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The Cosmic Dawn and Epoch of Reionization with the Square Kilometre Array

@inproceedings{LVEKoopmans2015TheCD,
  title={The Cosmic Dawn and Epoch of Reionization with the Square Kilometre Array},
  author={L.V.E.Koopmans and J.Pritchard and G.Mellema and F.Abdalla and J.Aguirre and Kahn and R.Barkana and I.van Bemmel and G.Bernardi and A.Bonaldi and F.Briggs and A. Ger de Bruyn and T.C.Chang and E.Chapman and X.Chen and B.Ciardi and K.K.Datta and P.Dayal and A.Ferrara and A.Fialkov and F.Fiore and K.Ichiki and I.T.Illiev and S.Inoue and V.Jeli'c and M.Jones and J.Lazio and U.Maio and S.Majumdar and K.J.Mack and A.Mesinger and M.F.Morales and A.Parsons and U.-L.Pen and M.Santos and R.Schneider and B.Semelin and R.S.de Souza and R.Subrahmanyan and T.Takeuchi and C.Trott and H.Vedantham and J.Wagg and R.Webster and S.Wyithe},
  year={2015}
}
  • L.V.E.Koopmans, J.Pritchard, +42 authors S.Wyithe
  • Published 2015
  • Philosophy, Physics
  • Concerted effort is currently ongoing to open up the Epoch of Reionization (EoR) ($z\sim$15-6) for studies with IR and radio telescopes. Whereas IR detections have been made of sources (Lyman-$\alpha$ emitters, quasars and drop-outs) in this redshift regime in relatively small fields of view, no direct detection of neutral hydrogen, via the redshifted 21-cm line, has yet been established. Such a direct detection is expected in the coming years, with ongoing surveys, and could open up the entire… CONTINUE READING

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