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Overview and status of EXCLAIM, the experiment for cryogenic large-aperture intensity mapping

Cataldo, Giuseppe, Ade, Peter A. R. ORCID:, Anderson, Christopher J., Barlis, Alyssa, Barrentine, Emily M., Bellis, Nicholas G., Bolatto, Alberto D., Breysse, Patrick C., Bulcha, Berhanu T., Connors, Jake A., Cursey, Paul W., Ehsan, Negar, Essinger-Hileman, Thomas M., Glenn, Jason, Golec, Joseph, Hays-Wehle, James, Hess, Larry A., Jahromi, Amir, Kimball, Mark O., Kogut, Alan J., Lowe, Luke N., Mauskopf, Philip D., McMahon, Jeffrey J., Mirzaei, Mona, Moseley, Samuel H., Mugge-Durum, Jonas W., Noroozian, Omid, Oxholm, Trevor M., Pen, Ue-Li, Pullen, Anthony R., Rodriguez, Samelys, Shirron, Peter J., Siebert, Gage, Sinclair, Adrian K., Somerville, Rachel S., Stephenson, Ryan, Stevenson, Thomas R., Switzer, Eric R., Timbie, Peter T., Tucker, Carole E. ORCID:, Visbal, Elijah, Volpert, Carolyn G., Wollack, Edward J., Yang, Shengqi, Marshall, Heather K., Spyromilio, Jason and Usuda, Tomonori 2020. Overview and status of EXCLAIM, the experiment for cryogenic large-aperture intensity mapping. Presented at: SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation, 2020, Virtual, 13-18 December 2020. Proceedings Ground-based and Airborne Telescopes VIII; 1144524 (2020). SPIE, 10.1117/12.2561069

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The EXperiment for Cryogenic Large-Aperture Intensity Mapping (EXCLAIM) is a balloon-borne far-infrared telescope that will survey galactic formation history over cosmological time scales with redshifts between 0 and 3.5. EXCLAIM will measure the statistics of brightness fluctuations of redshifted cumulative carbon monoxide and singly ionized carbon line emissions, following an intensity mapping approach. EXCLAIM will couple all-cryogenic optical elements to six μ-Spec spectrometer modules, operating at 420-540 GHz with a spectral resolution of 512 and featuring microwave kinetic inductance detectors. Here, we present an overview of the mission and its development status.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Date Type: Published Online
Status: Published
Schools: Physics and Astronomy
Publisher: SPIE
Last Modified: 27 Feb 2023 15:45

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