The BaR-SPOrt experiment is designed to measure the E-mode power spectrum of the Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization (CMBP) in the multipole range 50 < I < 1000. In the current configuration at 32 GHz it can explore up to ℓ = 400. Recent low frequency observations of the target region show that the synchrotron emission should not contamine the CMBP already at 32 GHz. A 6month observation of a 6° × 6° sky area during the polar night, in ideal environmental conditions, will allow the Italian-French collaboration to both measure the E-mode power spectrum with appropriate sensitivity and perform important tests of the anomalous dust emission. The BaR-SPOrt 32 GHz instrument, now under test and ready for operations by Spring 2005, is proposed for 1-2 years Winter operations at Dome C. © EAS, EDP Sciences 2005.

BaR-SPOrt experiment: measuring the CMBP E-mode power spectrum from Dome C / CARRETTI, E; CORTIGLIONI, S; BERNARDI, G; CASARINI, L; CECCHINI, S; MACCULI, C; RAMPONI, M; SBARRA, C; VENTURA, G; MONARI, J; POLONI, M; POPPI, S; BARALIS, M; PEVERINI O., A; TASCONE, R; VIRONE, G; ZANNONI, M; BONOMETTO, S; COLOMBO, L; GERVASI, M; SIRONI, G; FABBRI, R; NATALE, V; NESTI, R; NICASTRO, L; DE BERNARDIS, Paolo; MASI, Silvia; DE PETRIS, Marco; BOSCALERI, A; SAZHIN, M; VINYAJKIN, E.. - STAMPA. - 14(2005), pp. 81-86. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Dome C astronomy and astrophysics meeting tenutosi a Toulouse; France nel 28-30 June 2004 [10.1051/eas:2005013].

BaR-SPOrt experiment: measuring the CMBP E-mode power spectrum from Dome C

DE BERNARDIS, Paolo;MASI, Silvia;DE PETRIS, Marco;
2005

Abstract

The BaR-SPOrt experiment is designed to measure the E-mode power spectrum of the Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization (CMBP) in the multipole range 50 < I < 1000. In the current configuration at 32 GHz it can explore up to ℓ = 400. Recent low frequency observations of the target region show that the synchrotron emission should not contamine the CMBP already at 32 GHz. A 6month observation of a 6° × 6° sky area during the polar night, in ideal environmental conditions, will allow the Italian-French collaboration to both measure the E-mode power spectrum with appropriate sensitivity and perform important tests of the anomalous dust emission. The BaR-SPOrt 32 GHz instrument, now under test and ready for operations by Spring 2005, is proposed for 1-2 years Winter operations at Dome C. © EAS, EDP Sciences 2005.
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