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We present a determination by the Archeops experiment of the angular power spectrum of the cosmic microwave background anisotropy in 16 bins over the multipole range ℓ = 15 − 350. Archeops was conceived as a precursor of the Planck HFI instrument by using the same optical design and the same technology for the detectors and their cooling. Archeops is a… (More)

We analyze the cosmological constraints that Archeops (Benoˆıt et al. 2002) places on adiabatic cold dark matter models with passive power-law initial fluctuations. Because its angular power spectrum has small bins in ℓ and large ℓ coverage down to COBE scales, Archeops provides a precise determination of the first acoustic peak in terms of position at… (More)

- A Benoˆıt, P Ade, A Amblard, R Ansari, E Aubourg, J Bartlett +50 others
- 2001

Archeops is a balloon–borne instrument dedicated to measuring cosmic microwave background (CMB) temperature anisotropies at high angular resolution (∼ 8 ar-cminutes) over a large fraction (∼ 25%) of the sky in the millimetre domain. Based on Planck High Frequency Instrument (HFI) technology, cooled bolometers (0.1 K) scan the sky in total power mode with… (More)

- O Doré, R Teyssier, F R Bouchet, D Vibert, S Prunet
- 2001

The data analysis of current Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) experiments like BOOMERanG or MAXIMA poses severe challenges which already stretch the limits of current (super-) computer capabilities, if brute force methods are used. In this paper we present a practical solution for the optimal map making problem which can be used directly for next… (More)

We present a new photoclinometric reconstruction method based on the deformation of a 3D mesh. The optimization process of our method relies on a maximum-likelihood estimation with a density function measuring discrepancies between observed images and the corresponding synthetic images calculated from the progressively deformed 3D mesh. An input mesh is… (More)

- O Doré, R Teyssier, F R Bouchet, D Vibert, S Prunet
- 2001

The data analysis of current Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) experiments like BOOMERanG or MAXIMA poses severe challenges which already stretch the limits of current (super-) computer capabilities, if brute force methods are used. In this paper we present a practical solution to the optimal map making problem which can be used directly for next generation… (More)

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