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The landscape of galaxy cluster cosmology

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Studies of galaxy clusters have played an important role in helping to establish the standard model of cosmology, with a universe dominated by dark matter and dark energy. I will summarize the latest results on cosmology from cluster studies, highlighting the role of X-ray measurements. The prospects for progress over the coming decade are outstanding with new catalogs, hundreds of times larger, being constructed across a variety of wavelengths. Extracting the full cosmological information from these catalogs will not be trivial, however, requiring a coordinated approach that combines multi-wavelength survey data, targeted follow-up observations and tailored simulations. I will highlight several ways in which to help make these contributions as impactful as possible.

This talk is part of the Institute of Astronomy Colloquia series.

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