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Highly accreting quasars: a tool for cosmology?

  • P. Marziani (a1), C. A. Negrete (a2), D. Dultzin (a2), M. L. Martinez-Aldama (a3), A. Del Olmo (a3), D. Esparza (a2), J. W. Sulentic (a3), M. D'Onofrio (a4), G. M. Stirpe (a5), E. Bon (a6) and N. Bon (a6)...

Abstract

Highly accreting quasars are possible cosmological probes, as their Eddington ratio is expected to saturate toward values of order unity. We present preliminary estimates of redshift- independent source luminosities and the Hubble diagram for quasars in the redshift range 0.1 ≲ z ≲ 2.6.

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Highly accreting quasars: a tool for cosmology?

  • P. Marziani (a1), C. A. Negrete (a2), D. Dultzin (a2), M. L. Martinez-Aldama (a3), A. Del Olmo (a3), D. Esparza (a2), J. W. Sulentic (a3), M. D'Onofrio (a4), G. M. Stirpe (a5), E. Bon (a6) and N. Bon (a6)...

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