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cosmic microwave background anisotropies


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cosmic microwave background anisotropies

Cosmic microwave background anisotropy in the decaying neutrino cosmology

Gravitational lensing of cosmic microwave background anisotropies and cosmological parameter estimation

Introduction to temperature anisotropies of Cosmic Microwave Background radiation

The Australia Telescope search for cosmic microwave background anisotropy

A low cosmic microwave background variance in the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe data

Cosmic microwave background signal in Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe three-year data with fastica

Detection of cosmic microwave background structure in a second field with the Cosmic Anisotropy Telescope

Effects of inflationary bubbles on the polarization and temperature anisotropies of the cosmic microwave background

Morphology of the secondary cosmic microwave background anisotropies: the key to ‘smouldering’ reionization

Separation of instrumental and astrophysical foregrounds for mapping cosmic microwave background anisotropies

Frequentist estimation of cosmological parameters from the MAXIMA-1 cosmic microwave background anisotropy data

The primordial baryonic clouds and their contribution to the cosmic microwave background anisotropy and polarization formation

Constraints on ΩΛ and Ωm from distant Type Ia supernovae and cosmic microwave background anisotropies

Minkowski functionals used in the morphological analysis of cosmic microwave background anisotropy maps

The effect of the detector response time on bolometric cosmic microwave background anisotropy experiments

On the influence of resonant scattering on cosmic microwave background polarization anisotropies

The effect of lensing on the large-scale cosmic microwave background anisotropy

Low-order multipole maps of cosmic microwave background anisotropy derived from WMAP

 

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The most important feature of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) is that the temperature of radiation coming from different directions is not perfectly uniform, even if one ignores the cosmic ...

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