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WMAP2006: Cosmological Parameters and Large-scale Structure of the Universe

So that makes [itex]\Omega_{Total}[/itex] = 1.014 - a just closed universe with spherical spatial geometry.

You can get the range of best fit values from Table 3 of that paper, they do not seem to include the flat space model [itex]\Omega_{Total}[/itex] = 1.

Garth

Hence, the data of observational cosmology spreading over scales from 1Mpc to 10000Mpc indicate that [itex]\Lambda[/itex]CDM model with parameters [itex]\Omega_{\Lambda}[/itex] = 0.736, [itex]\Omega_m[/itex] = 0.278, [itex]\Omega_b[/itex] = 0.05, h = 0.68,

[itex]\sigma_8[/itex] = 0.73 and n_{s}= 0.96 is the best-fit for whole data set. So this model can be considered as the closest to the true model of Universe within the class of 6-parameter cosmological models.

So that makes [itex]\Omega_{Total}[/itex] = 1.014 - a just closed universe with spherical spatial geometry.

You can get the range of best fit values from Table 3 of that paper, they do not seem to include the flat space model [itex]\Omega_{Total}[/itex] = 1.

Garth

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