%0 Journal Article
%T Updated constraints from the effective field theory analysis of BOSS power spectrum on Early Dark Energy
%+ Laboratoire Univers et Particules de Montpellier (LUPM)
%A Simon, Théo
%A Zhang, Pierre
%A Poulin, Vivian
%A Smith, Tristan L.
%< avec comité de lecture
%J Phys.Rev.D
%V 107
%N 6
%P 063505
%8 2023
%D 2023
%Z 2208.05930
%K tension
%K satellite: Planck
%K power spectrum
%K effective field theory
%K dark energy
%K resolution
%K cosmological model: parameter space
%K redshift
%K supernova: Type I
%K calibration
%K fractional
%K structure
%K loop integral
%K Hubble constant
%K baryon: oscillation: acoustic
%K data analysis method
%K confidence limit
%Z Physics [physics]/Astrophysics [astro-ph]
%Z Physics [physics]/High Energy Physics - Phenomenology [hep-ph]
%Z Physics [physics]/High Energy Physics - Theory [hep-th]Journal articles
%X Analyses of the full shape of BOSS DR12 power spectrum using the one-loop prediction from the Effective Field Theory of Large-Scale Structure (EFTBOSS) have led to new constraints on extensions to the $\Lambda$CDM model, such as Early Dark Energy (EDE) which has been suggested as a resolution to the "Hubble tension". In this paper, we re-assess the constraining power of the EFTBOSS on EDE in light of a correction to the normalization of BOSS window functions. Overall we find that constraints from EFTBOSS on EDE are weakened, and represent a small change compared to constraints from Planck and the conventional BAO/$f\sigma_8$ measurements. The combination of Planck data with EFTBOSS provides a bound on the maximal fractional contribution of EDE $f_{\rm EDE}<0.083$ at 95% C.L. (compared to $<0.054$ with the incorrect normalization, and $<0.088$ without full-shape data) and the Hubble tension is reduced to $2.1\sigma$. However, the more extreme model favored by an analysis with just data from the Atacama Cosmology Telescope is disfavored by the EFTBOSS data. We also show that the updated Pantheon+ Type Ia supernova analysis can slightly increase the constraints on EDE. Yet, the inclusion of the SN1a magnitude calibration by SH0ES strongly increases the preference for EDE to above $5\sigma$, yielding $f_{\rm EDE}\sim 0.12^{+0.03}_{-0.02}$ around the redshift $z_c=4365^{+3000}_{-1100}$. Our results demonstrate that EFTBOSS data (alone or combined with Planck data) do not exclude the EDE resolution of the Hubble tension.
%G English
%L hal-03764337
%U https://hal.science/hal-03764337
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