First detection of polarization of the submillimetre diffuse galactic dust emission by Archeops

@article{Benoit2004FirstDO,
  title={First detection of polarization of the submillimetre diffuse galactic dust emission by Archeops},
  author={A. Benoit and P. Ade and A. Amblard and R. Ansari and E. Aubourg and S. Bargot and J. Bartlett and J. Bernard and R. Bhatia and A. Blanchard and J. Bock and A. Boscaleri and F. Bouchet and A. Bourrachot and P. Camus and F. Couchot and P. Bernardis and J. Delabrouille and F. D{\'e}sert and O. Dor'e and M. Douspis and L. Dumoulin and X. Dupac and P. Filliatre and P. Fosalba and K. Ganga and F. Gannaway and B. Gautier and M. Giard and Y. Giraud-H{\'e}raud and R. Gispert and L. Guglielmi and J. Hamilton and S. Hanany and S. Henrot-Versill{\'e} and J. Kaplan and G. Lagache and J. Lamarre and A. Lange and J. Macias-P{\'e}rez and K. Madet and B. Maffei and C. Magneville and D. Marrone and S. Masi and F. Mayet and A. Murphy and F. Naraghi and F. Nati and G. Patanchon and G. Perrin and M. Piat and N. Ponthieu and S. Prunet and J. Puget and C. Renault and C. Rosset and D. Santos and A. Starobinsky and I. Strukov and R. Sudiwala and R. Teyssier and M. Tristram and C. Tucker and J. Vanel and D. Vibert and E. Wakui and D. Y. C. Grenoble and C. Univ. and U. Berkeley and Lal Orsay and Dapniaspp Saclay and Apc Paris and P. Paris and C. Toulouse and Estec Noordwijk and L. Toulouse and Caltech Pasadena and Jpl Pasadena and IROE-CNR Firenze and I. Paris and La Sapienza Univ. Roma and L. Grenoble and Das Princeton and Astrophys. Oxford and Csnsm Orsay and Ipac Pasadena and Ias Orsay and L. Paris and M. Minneapolis and Lerma Paris and N. U. Maynooth and Landau Institute Moscow and Space Research Institute Moscow and D. Saclay and Llr Palaiseau},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2004},
  volume={424},
  pages={571-582}
}
We present the first determination of the Galactic polarized emission at 353 GHz by Archeops. The data were taken during the Arctic night of February 7, 2002 after the balloon--borne instrument was launched by CNES from the Swedish Esrange base near Kiruna. In addition to the 143 GHz and 217 GHz frequency bands dedicated to CMB studies, Archeops had one 545 GHz and six 353 GHz bolometers mounted in three polarization sensitive pairs that were used for Galactic foreground studies. We present… Expand
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