Measurements for the expansion rate of the universe disagree. Indeed, local measurements suggest a higher value of the Hubble constant than those performed through the cosmic microwave background. This fact led to a very interesting debate within the scientific community. The paper is not devoted to give solutions to the problem of "Hubble tension". The aim of this paper is, on the contrary, to deduce the Omega(0m)h(2) cosmological parameter from a theoretical point of view, using only two experimental data: the temperature of CMB today and the temperature of photons near the decoupling time.

A determination of the Ω_0m h^2 cosmological parameter without “tension”

Benedetto E;Feoli Antonio;Iannella Antonella Lucia
2021

Abstract

Measurements for the expansion rate of the universe disagree. Indeed, local measurements suggest a higher value of the Hubble constant than those performed through the cosmic microwave background. This fact led to a very interesting debate within the scientific community. The paper is not devoted to give solutions to the problem of "Hubble tension". The aim of this paper is, on the contrary, to deduce the Omega(0m)h(2) cosmological parameter from a theoretical point of view, using only two experimental data: the temperature of CMB today and the temperature of photons near the decoupling time.
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