6. Dark Matter Haloes: Now, Theoretically More Concentrated!
- Title: Halo concentrations in the standard Lambda cold dark matter cosmology
- Authors: F. Prada, A. Klypin, A. Cuesta, et al.
- First Author’s Institution: Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia (CSIC), Granada
Why it is important: The universe underwent major changes to get from a few fluctuations in the CMB to the structure of galaxy clusters and dark matter filaments we observe today. Studying how the structure of dark matter haloes evolved with redshift is one way to figure out how these changes happened.
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