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The HI intensity mapping bispectrum including observational effects

@inproceedings{Cunnington2021TheHI,
  title={The HI intensity mapping bispectrum including observational effects},
  author={Steven Cunnington and C. Watkinson and A. Pourtsidou},
  year={2021}
}
The bispectrum is a 3-point statistic with the potential to provide additional information beyond power spectra analyses of survey datasets. Radio telescopes which broadly survey the 21cm emission from neutral hydrogen (Hi) are a promising way to probe LSS and in this work we present an investigation into the Hi intensity mapping (IM) bispectrum using simulations. We present a model of the redshift space Hi IM bispectrum including observational effects from the radio telescope beam and 21cm… Expand

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