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An Improved Measurement of the Secondary Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropies from the SPT-SZ + SPTpol Surveys

@article{Reichardt2020AnIM,
  title={An Improved Measurement of the Secondary Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropies from the SPT-SZ + SPTpol Surveys},
  author={C. L. Reichardt and S. Patil and Peter A. R. Ade and Alan J. Anderson and J. E. Austermann and J. S. Avva and Erin Baxter and James A. Beall and Amy N. Bender and Bradford A. Benson and Federico Bianchini and Lindsey E. Bleem and John E. Carlstrom and Cheng Ling Chang and Pinakin Chaubal and H. C. Chiang and T. L. Chou and R. Citron and Christine Corbett Moran and Thomas Marshall Crawford and Abigail Crites and Thomas de Haan and M. A. Dobbs and W. B. Everett and Jason Gallicchio and E. M. George and A. Gilbert and Nitant Gupta and Nils w. Halverson and Nicholas Lee Harrington and Jason W. Henning and Gene C. Hilton and G. P. Holder and William L. Holzapfel and J. Dana Hrubes and N. Huang and Johannes Hubmayr and K Irwin and Lloyd Knox and Alex Taekyung Lee and De-yong Li and A. Lowitz and Daniel M. Luong-Van and John McMahon and J. Mehl and Stephan S. Meyer and Marius Millea and L. M. Mocanu and Johan Jakob Mohr and J. Montgomery and Andrew Nadolski and Ted Natoli and John P. Nibarger and G. Noble and V. Novosad and Y. Omori and Stephen Padin and C. Pryke and John Edward Ruhl and Benjamin Saliwanchik and J. T. Sayre and Kristin Schaffer and Erik D. Shirokoff and Christian Sievers and Graeme Smecher and H. G. Spieler and Z. Staniszewski and Andrew Stark and Carole Tucker and Keith Vanderlinde and T. Veach and Joaquin Daniel Vieira and G. Wang and Nathan Whitehorn and Ross Williamson and Wan Lung Wu and Volodymyr Yefremenko},
  journal={arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
  • C. L. Reichardt, S. Patil, +74 authors Volodymyr Yefremenko
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics
  • We report new measurements of millimeter-wave power spectra in the angular multipole range $2000 \le \ell \le 11,000$ (angular scales $5^\prime \gtrsim \theta \gtrsim 1^\prime$). By adding 95 and 150\,GHz data from the low-noise 500 deg$^2$ SPTpol survey to the SPT-SZ three-frequency 2540 deg$^2$ survey, we substantially reduce the uncertainties in these bands. These power spectra include contributions from the primary cosmic microwave background, cosmic infrared background, radio galaxies, and… CONTINUE READING

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