Science from an Ultra-Deep, High-Resolution Millimeter-Wave Survey
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Science from an Ultra-Deep, High-Resolution Millimeter-Wave Survey

  • Author(s): Sehgal, Neelima
  • Nguyen, Ho Nam
  • Meyers, Joel
  • Munchmeyer, Moritz
  • Mroczkowski, Tony
  • Mascolo, Luca Di
  • Baxter, Eric
  • Cyr-Racine, Francis-Yan
  • Madhavacheril, Mathew
  • Beringue, Benjamin
  • Holder, Gil
  • Nagai, Daisuke
  • Dicker, Simon
  • Dvorkin, Cora
  • Ferraro, Simone
  • Fuller, George M
  • Gluscevic, Vera
  • Han, Dongwon
  • Jain, Bhuvnesh
  • Johnson, Bradley
  • Klaassen, Pamela
  • Meerburg, Daan
  • Motloch, Pavel
  • Spergel, David N
  • Engelen, Alexander van
  • Adshead, Peter
  • Armstrong, Robert
  • Baccigalupi, Carlo
  • Barron, Darcy
  • Basu, Kaustuv
  • Benson, Bradford
  • Beutler, Florian
  • Bond, J Richard
  • Borrill, Julian
  • Calabrese, Erminia
  • Darwish, Omar
  • Denny, S Lucas
  • Douglass, Kelly A
  • Essinger-Hileman, Tom
  • Foreman, Simon
  • Frayer, David
  • Gerbino, Martina
  • Gontcho, Satya Gontcho A
  • Grohs, Evan B
  • Gupta, Nikhel
  • Hill, J Colin
  • Hirata, Christopher M
  • Hotinli, Selim
  • Johnson, Matthew C
  • Kamionkowski, Marc
  • Kovetz, Ely D
  • Lau, Erwin T
  • Liguori, Michele
  • Namikawa, Toshiya
  • Newburgh, Laura
  • Partridge, Bruce
  • Piacentni, Francesco
  • Rose, Benjamin
  • Rossi, Graziano
  • Saliwanchik, Benjamin
  • Schaan, Emmanuel
  • Shan, Huanyuan
  • Simon, Sara
  • Slosar, Anže
  • Switzer, Eric R
  • Trac, Hy
  • Xu, Weishuang
  • Zaldarriaga, Matias
  • Zemcov, Michael
  • et al.
Abstract

Opening up a new window of millimeter-wave observations that span frequency bands in the range of 30 to 500 GHz, survey half the sky, and are both an order of magnitude deeper (about 0.5 uK-arcmin) and of higher-resolution (about 10 arcseconds) than currently funded surveys would yield an enormous gain in understanding of both fundamental physics and astrophysics. In particular, such a survey would allow for major advances in measuring the distribution of dark matter and gas on small-scales, and yield needed insight on 1.) dark matter particle properties, 2.) the evolution of gas and galaxies, 3.) new light particle species, 4.) the epoch of inflation, and 5.) the census of bodies orbiting in the outer Solar System.

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