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High Latitude Galactic Emission and the Search for Anisotropies in the CBR

  • S. Masi (a1), P. Calisse (a1), P. de Bernardis (a1), M. De Petris (a1), M. Epifani (a1), M. Gervasi (a1), G. Guarini (a1), F. Melchiorri (a1), G. Moreno (a1) and P. Temi (a1)...

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The study of the anisotropies of the submillimeter relict radiation (RR) can provide important arguments to select among different theoretical scenarios (Panek and Rudak 1988). However, interstellar dust (ISD) emission is present in this spectral region and its patchy distribution can heavily contaminate anisotropy measurements. For example, the most sensitive measurement of CBR anisotropies has been reported so far in a broad band around 1 mm (Melchiorri et al. 1981): the detection of anisotropy is statistically very significant, but its cosmological origin is questionable.

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