Planck results, curiosities and tensions in the LCDM model

October 31, 2019
Phillips Auditorium

Planck is an ESA satellite aimed at the observation of the Cosmic
Microwave Background. The Planck collaboration has recently published
its last legacy release. In this talk I will shortly review the main
Planck results and their robustness, highlight some of the curious
features present in the data and the Planck point of view on tensions
with a few other astrophysical probes, notably with the Hubble constant
measurements from local distance measurements.

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