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Title:
The Tomographic Ionized-Carbon Mapping Experiment (TIME) CII Imaging Spectrometer
Authors:
Staniszewski, Z.; Bock, J. J.; Bradford, C. M.; Brevik, J.; Cooray, A.; Gong, Y.; Hailey-Dunsheath, S.; O'Brient, R.; Santos, M.; Shirokoff, E.; Silva, M.; Zemcov, M.
Affiliation:
AA(Department of Physics and Astronomy, California Institute of Technology), AB(Department of Physics and Astronomy, California Institute of Technology), AC(Department of Physics and Astronomy, California Institute of Technology), AD(Department of Physics and Astronomy, California Institute of Technology), AE(Department of Physics and Astronomy, California Institute of Technology), AF(Department of Physics and Astronomy, California Institute of Technology), AG(Department of Physics and Astronomy, California Institute of Technology), AH(Department of Physics and Astronomy, California Institute of Technology), AI(Department of Physics and Astronomy, California Institute of Technology), AJ(Department of Physics and Astronomy, California Institute of Technology), AK(Department of Physics and Astronomy, California Institute of Technology), AL(Department of Physics and Astronomy, California Institute of Technology)
Publication:
Journal of Low Temperature Physics, Volume 176, Issue 5-6, pp. 767-772 (JLTP Homepage)
Publication Date:
09/2014
Origin:
SPRINGER
Keywords:
Spectrometer, Reionization, Intensity, Mapping, TES, KID
Abstract Copyright:
(c) 2014: Springer Science+Business Media New York
DOI:
10.1007/s10909-014-1126-4
Bibliographic Code:
2014JLTP..176..767S

Abstract

The Tomographic Ionized-Carbon Mapping Experiment (TIME) and TIME-Pilot are proposed imaging spectrometers to measure reionization and large scale structure at redshifts 5-9. We seek to exploit the 158 restframe emission of [CII], which becomes measurable at 200-300 GHz at reionization redshifts. Here we describe the scientific motivation, give an overview of the proposed instrument, and highlight key technological developments underway to enable these measurements.
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