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Fig. 13.

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Distance modulus μ = 5log10(DL)+constant (where DL is the luminosity distance) for supernovae in the Pantheon sample (Scolnic et al. 2018) with 1σ errors, compared to the Planck TT,TE,EE+lowE+lensing ΛCDM best fit. Supernovae that were also in the older Joint Lightcurve Analysis (JLA; Betoule et al. 2014) sample are shown in blue. The peak absolute magnitudes of the SNe, corrected for light-curve shape, colour, and host-galaxy mass correlations (see Eq. (3) of Scolnic et al. 2018), are fixed to an absolute distance scale using the H0 value from the Planck best fit. The lower panel shows the binned errors, with equal numbers of supernovae per redshift bin (except for the two highest redshift bins). The grey bands show the ±1 and ±2σ bounds from the Planck TT,TE,EE+lowE+lensing chains, where each model is calibrated to the best fit, as for the data.

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