The BINGO project. IV. Simulations for mission performance assessment and preliminary component separation steps

  title={The BINGO project. IV. Simulations for mission performance assessment and preliminary component 
separation steps},
  author={Vincenzo Liccardo and Eduardo Mericia and Carlos Alexandre Wuensche and Elcio Abdalla and Filipe B. Abdalla and Luciano Barosi and Francisco A. Brito and Amilcar R Queiroz and Thyrso Villela and Michael Peel and Bin Wang and Andr{\'e} A Costa and Elisa G. M. Ferreira and Karin Fornazier and Camila Paiva Novaes and Larissa Santos and Marcelo V. dos Santos and Mathieu Remazeilles and Jiajun Zhang and Clive Dickinson and Stuart Harper and Ricardo G Landim and Alessandro Marins and Frederico Vieira},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
Aims. The large-scale distribution of neutral hydrogen (Hi) in the Universe is luminous through its 21-cm emission. The goal of the Baryon Acoustic Oscillations from Integrated Neutral Gas Observations BINGO radio telescope is to detect Baryon Acoustic Oscillations (BAO) at radio frequencies through 21-cm Intensity Mapping (IM). The telescope will span the redshift range 0.127 < z < 0.449 with an instantaneous field-of-view of 14.75◦ × 6.0◦. Methods. In this work, we investigate different… 


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Context. BINGO (Baryon Acoustic Oscillations from Integrated Neutral Gas Observations.) is a radio telescope designed to survey from 980 MHz to 1260 MHz, observe the neutral Hydrogen (Hi) 21-cm line
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The BINGO project. V. Further steps in component separation and bispectrum analysis
Context. Observing the neutral hydrogen (Hi ) distribution across the Universe via redshifted 21cm line intensity mapping (IM) constitutes a powerful probe for cosmology. However, the redshifted 21cm
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This research made use of Astropy, 1 a community-developed core Python package for
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acknowledges financial support from the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, grant number