The new generation CMB B-mode polarization experiment: POLARBEAR
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The new generation CMB B-mode polarization experiment: POLARBEAR

  • Author(s): Collaboration, TP
  • Errard, J
  • Ade, PAR
  • Anthony, A
  • Arnold, K
  • Aubin, F
  • Boettger, D
  • Borrill, J
  • Cantalupo, C
  • Dobbs, MA
  • Flanigan, D
  • Ghribi, A
  • Halverson, N
  • Hazumi, M
  • Holzapfel, WL
  • Howard, J
  • Hyland, P
  • Jaffe, A
  • Keating, B
  • Kisner, T
  • Kermish, Z
  • Lee, AT
  • Linder, E
  • Lungu, M
  • Matsumura, T
  • Miller, N
  • Meng, X
  • Myers, M
  • Nishino, H
  • O'Brient, R
  • O'Dea, D
  • Reichardt, C
  • Schanning, I
  • Shimizu, A
  • Shimmin, C
  • Shimon, M
  • Spieler, H
  • Steinbach, B
  • Stompor, R
  • Suzuki, A
  • Tomaru, T
  • Tran, HT
  • Tucker, C
  • Quealy, E
  • Richards, PL
  • Zahn, O
  • et al.
Abstract

We describe the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) polarization experiment called Polarbear. This experiment will use the dedicated Huan Tran Telescope equipped with a powerful 1,200-bolometer array receiver to map the CMB polarization with unprecedented accuracy. We summarize the experiment, its goals, and current status.

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