Planck intermediate results

@article{Akrami2020PlanckIR,
  title={Planck intermediate results},
  author={Planck Collaboration Y. Akrami and K. J. Andersen and M. Ashdown and C. Baccigalupi and M. Ballardini and A. Banday and R. B. Barreiro and N. Bartolo and S. Basak and K. Benabed and J. Bernard and M. Bersanelli and P. Bielewicz and J. Bond and J. Borrill and C. Burigana and R. C. Butler and E. Calabrese and B. Casaponsa and H. Chiang and L. Colombo and C. Combet and B. Crill and F. Cuttaia and P. Bernardis and A. Rosa and G. Zotti and J. Delabrouille and E. D. Valentino and J. Diego and O. Dor'e and M. Douspis and X. Dupac and H. Eriksen and R. Fernandez-Cobos and F. Finelli and M. Frailis and A. Fraisse and E. Franceschi and A. Frolov and S. Galeotta and S. Galli and K. Ganga and M. Gerbino and T. Ghosh and J. Gonz'alez-Nuevo and K. M. G'orski and A. Gruppuso and J. Gudmundsson and W. Handley and G. Helou and D. Herranz and S. Hildebrandt and E. Hivon and Z. Huang and A. Jaffe and W. Jones and E. Keihanen and R. Keskitalo and K. Kiiveri and J. Kim and T. Kisner and N. Krachmalnicoff and M. Kunz and H. Kurki-Suonio and A. Lasenby and M. Lattanzi and C. Lawrence and M. Jeune and F. L{\'e}vrier and M. Liguori and P. Lilje and M. Lilley and V. Lindholm and M. L'opez-Caniego and P. Lubin and J. Mac'ias-P'erez and D. Maino and N. Mandolesi and A. Marcos-Caballero and M. Maris and P. Martin and E. Mart'inez-Gonz'alez and S. Matarrese and N. Mauri and J. McEwen and P. Meinhold and A. Mennella and M. Migliaccio and S. Mitra and D. Molinari and L. Montier and G. Morgante and A. Moss and P. Natoli and D. Paoletti and B. Partridge and G. Patanchon and D. Pearson and T. Pearson and F. Perrotta and F. Piacentini and G. Polenta and J. Rachen and M. Reinecke and M. Remazeilles and A. Renzi and G. Rocha and C. Rosset and G. Roudier and J. Rubino-Mart'in and B. Ruiz-Granados and L. Salvati and M. Savelainen and D. Scott and C. Sirignano and G. Sirri and L. Spencer and A. Suur-Uski and T. L. Svalheim and J. Tauber and D. Tavagnacco and M. Tenti and L. Terenzi and H. Thommesen and L. Toffolatti and M. Tomasi and M. Tristram and T. Trombetti and J. Valiviita and B. Tent and P. Vielva and F. Villa and N. Vittorio and B. Wandelt and I. Wehus and A. Zacchei and A. Zonca},
  journal={arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
We present the NPIPE processing pipeline, which produces calibrated frequency maps in temperature and polarization from data from the Planck Low Frequency Instrument (LFI) and High Frequency Instrument (HFI) using high-performance computers. NPIPE represents a natural evolution of previous Planck analysis efforts, and combines some of the most powerful features of the separate LFI and HFI analysis pipelines. The net effect of the improvements is lower levels of noise and systematics in both… Expand
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