Tuesday, July 23, 2013

1307.5701 (A. Ghribi et al.)

Latest Progress on the QUBIC Instrument    [PDF]

A. Ghribi, J. Aumont, E. S. Battistelli, A. Bau, L. Bergé, J-Ph. Bernard, M. Bersanelli, M-A. Bigot-Sazy, G. Bordier, E. T. Bunn, F. Cavaliere, P. Chanial, A. Coppolecchia, T. Decourcelle, P. De Bernardis, M. De Petris, A-A. Drilien, L. Dumoulin, M. C. Falvella, A. Gault, M. Gervasi, M. Giard, M. Gradziel, L. Grandsire, D. Gayer, J-Ch. Hamilton, V. Haynes, Y-G. Hiraut, N. Holtzer, J. Kaplan, A. Korotkov, J. Lande, A. Lowitz, B. Maffei, S. Marnieros, J. Martino, S. Masi, A. Mennella, L. Montier, A. Murphy, M. W. Ng, E. Olivieri, F. Pajot, A. Passerini, F. Piacentini, M. Piat, L. Piccirillo, G. Pisano, D. Prêle, D. Rambaud, O. Rigaut, C. Rosset, M. Salatino, A. Schillaci, S. Scully, C. O'Sullivan, A. Tartari, P. Timbie, G. Tucker, L. Vibert, F. Voisin, B. Watson, M. Zannoni
QUBIC is a unique instrument that crosses the barriers between classical imaging architectures and interferometry taking advantage from both for high sensitivity and systematics mitigation. The scientific target is the detection of the primordial gravitational waves imprint on the Cosmic Microwave Background which are the proof of inflation, holy grail of modern cosmology. In this paper, we show the latest advances in the development of the architecture and the sub-systems of the first module of this instrument to be deployed in Dome Charlie Concordia base - Antarctica in 2015.
View original: http://arxiv.org/abs/1307.5701

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