# The Atacama Cosmology Telescope: A CMB lensing mass map over 2100 square degrees of sky and its cross-correlation with BOSS-CMASS galaxies

@article{Darwish2020TheAC, title={The Atacama Cosmology Telescope: A CMB lensing mass map over 2100 square degrees of sky and its cross-correlation with BOSS-CMASS galaxies}, author={Omar Darwish and M. Madhavacheril and B. Sherwin and S. Aiola and N. Battaglia and J. Beall and D. Becker and J. Bond and E. Calabrese and Steve K. Choi and M. Devlin and J. Dunkley and R. Dunner and A. Fox and P. Gallardo and Yilun Guan and M. Halpern and Dong-Won Han and M. Hasselfield and J. Hill and G. Hilton and M. Hilton and A. Hincks and S. Ho and J. Hubmayr and J. Hughes and B. Koopman and A. Kosowsky and J. Lanen and T. Louis and M. Lungu and Amanda Macinnis and L. Maurin and J. McMahon and K. Moodley and S. Naess and T. Namikawa and L. Newburgh and J. Nibarger and M. Niemack and B. Partridge and F. J. Qu and N. Robertson and B. Schmitt and N. Sehgal and C. Sif'on and D. Spergel and S. Staggs and E. Storer and A. V. Engelen and Edward J. Wollack}, journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society}, year={2020}, volume={500}, pages={2250-2263} }

We construct cosmic microwave background lensing mass maps using data from the 2014 and 2015 seasons of observations with the Atacama Cosmology Telescope (ACT). These maps cover 2100 square degrees of sky and overlap with a wide variety of optical surveys. The maps are signal dominated on large scales and have fidelity such that their correlation with the cosmic infrared background is clearly visible by eye. We also create lensing maps with thermal Sunyaev-Zel'dovich contamination removed using… Expand

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