A dynamical dark energy solution to Hubble tension in the light of the multimessenger era
Keywords:theories of gravity, astronomical surveys, dark energy, gravitational waves
We show that the gravitational waves measurements have raised the opportunity to measure $H_0$ with dark sirens to within 2$\sigma$, the accuracy required to resolve the \hubble tension. There are two principal reasons for our results: (1) upgrades to GW LIGO-Virgo transient catalogues GWTC-1 and GWTC-2 enhance their sensitive with only 10\% of contamination fraction, and (2) new dark sirens should help to constrain our dynamical EoS. In conjunction, sensitivity upgrades and a new dark energy model will facilitate an accurate inference of the \hubble constant $H_0$ to better with an $\pm 0.077$ error in comparison to the LIGO dark siren with $+14.0$/$-7.0$, which would further solidify the role of dark sirens in late dark energy for precision cosmology in the future.
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