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I am wondering if the cosmological constant is a constant in the sense that it can only have one value, ie some constant element of the reals, or if it can be a scalar function too dependent on the coordinate variables, eg [itex]\Lambda(r,t)[/itex].

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# The Cosmological (constant)

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