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Fergus Simpson



Joined: 25 Sep 2004
Posts: 27
Affiliation: University of Barcelona

PostPosted: April 28 2009  Reply with quote

Hey,

I got a bit confused when trying to recreate the distance measures on the website - I think it might be worth clarifying that the "Comoving Distance" seems to be the transverse comoving distance, as opposed to the radial one.

Cheers,
Fergus
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Thomas Kitching



Joined: 14 Sep 2005
Posts: 9
Affiliation: University of Edinburgh

PostPosted: April 28 2009  Reply with quote

Hi Fergus,

Yes thanks for spoting this, comoving distance means tranverse comoving distance. We've now made this clear on the interactive pages on the web site.

Cheers
Tom
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