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Title: The experimental probe of inflationary cosmology : a mission concept study for NASA’s Einstein Inflation Probe
Authors: Alex Amblard
Beichman, Charles
Bock, James
Caldwell, Robert
Carlstrom, John
Church, Sarah
Cooray, Asantha
Dickenson, Clive
Dodelson, Scott
Dowell, Darren
Dragovan, Mark
Gaier, Todd
Ganga, Ken
Gear, Walter
Glenn, Jason
Golwala, Sunil
Gorski, Krzysztof
Hanany, Shaul
Heiles, Carl
Hivon, Eric
Holzapfel, Bill
Irwin, Kent
Jewell, Jeff
Kaplinghat, Manoj
Knox, Lloyd
Lee, Adrian
Lange, Andrew
Lawrence, Charles
Leitch, Erik
Levin, Steven
Matsumura, Tomotake
Keywords: inflation probes
Experimental Probe of Inflationary Cosmology (EPIC)
systematic errors
Issue Date: Feb-2008
Publisher: Pasadena, CA : Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, 2008
Series/Report no.: JPL Publication
08-04
Abstract: When we began our study we sought to answer five fundamental implementation questions: 1) can foregrounds be measured and subtracted to a sufficiently low level?; 2) can systematic errors be controlled?; 3) can we develop optics with sufficiently large throughput, low polarization, and frequency coverage from 30 to 300 GHz?; 4) is there a technical path to realizing the sensitivity and systematic error requirements?; and 5) what are the specific mission architecture parameters, including cost? Detailed answers to these questions are contained in this report.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/40728
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