I'm interested in elliptic space from an intrinsic point of view(manifold pov) rather than the models based in Euclidean embeddings.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Would it be correct to say that the isometry group of this geometry is isomorphic to SU(2), i.e.:versors or unit quaternions?

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# Elliptic geometry in 3 dimensions

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