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Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization


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Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization

Observing cosmic microwave background polarization through ice

Systematic errors in cosmic microwave background polarization measurements

Cosmic microwave background polarization constraints on radiative feedback

Multifrequency Wiener filtering of cosmic microwave background data with polarization

Searching for Faraday rotation in cosmic microwave background polarization

Testing cosmic microwave background polarization data using position angles

Hybrid estimation of cosmic microwave background polarization power spectra

Cosmic microwave background polarization due to scattering in clusters

Power asymmetries in the cosmic microwave background temperature and polarization patterns

On the large-scale cosmic microwave background polarization

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

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

Effects of destriping errors on cosmic microwave background polarization power spectra and pixel noise covariances

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

Large-scale cosmic microwave background temperature and polarization cross-spectra likelihoods

Separating polarized cosmological and galactic emissions for cosmic microwave background B-mode polarization experiments

Direct reconstruction of spherical harmonics from interferometer observations of the cosmic microwave background polarization

Cosmic microwave background polarization as a probe of the anomalous nature of the cold spot

 

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(CMBPOL)

A possible NASA mission for launch after 2007 to test the inflation model of cosmology. It is hoped the spacecraft instruments will detect cosmological background gravitational waves that were produced when the universe was less than one second old.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.


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