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Correlation of the South Pole 94 data with 100µm and 408 MHz maps

Hamilton, J.-Ch. and Ganga, K. M. (2001) Correlation of the South Pole 94 data with 100µm and 408 MHz maps. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 368 (3). pp. 760-765. ISSN 0004-6361. doi:10.1051/0004-6361:20010061.

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We present a correlation between the ACME/SP94 CMB anisotropy data at 25 to 45 GHz with the IRAS/DIRBE data and the Haslam 408 MHz data. We find a marginal correlation between the dust and the Q-band CMB data but none between the CMB data and the Haslam map. While the amplitude of the correlation with the dust is larger than that expected from naive models of dust emission, it does not dominate the sky emission.

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Additional Information:© 2001 ESO. Received: 11 October 2000. Accepted: 8 January 2000. The authors would like to thank J. O. Gundersen and the ACME team for making the SP94 data available. We would also like to thank F. X. Désert for fruitful discussions.
Group:Infrared Processing and Analysis Center (IPAC)
Subject Keywords:cosmic microwave background - cosmology: observations
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Official Citation:Correlation of the South Pole 94 data with 100µm and 408 MHz maps J.-Ch. Hamilton and K. M. Ganga A&A, 368 3 (2001) 760-765 DOI:
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