Parity violation constraints using cosmic microwave background polarization spectra from 2006 and 2007 observations by the QUaD polarimeterCitation formats

  • External authors:
  • G. Cahill
  • P. G. Castro
  • S. Church
  • T. Culverhouse
  • R. B. Friedman
  • K. Ganga
  • W. K. Gear
  • S. Gupta
  • J. Hinderks
  • J. Kovac
  • A. E. Lange
  • E. Leitch
  • S. J. Melhuish
  • Y. Memari
  • J. A. Murphy
  • A. Orlando
  • L. Piccirillo
  • C. Pryke
  • N. Rajguru
  • B. Rusholme
  • R. Schwarz
  • C. O'Sullivan
  • A. N. Taylor
  • K. L. Thompson
  • A. H. Turner
  • M. Zemcov

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Parity violation constraints using cosmic microwave background polarization spectra from 2006 and 2007 observations by the QUaD polarimeter. / Wu, E. Y S; Ade, P.; Bock, J.; Bowden, M.; Brown, M. L.; Cahill, G.; Castro, P. G.; Church, S.; Culverhouse, T.; Friedman, R. B.; Ganga, K.; Gear, W. K.; Gupta, S.; Hinderks, J.; Kovac, J.; Lange, A. E.; Leitch, E.; Melhuish, S. J.; Memari, Y.; Murphy, J. A.; Orlando, A.; Piccirillo, L.; Pryke, C.; Rajguru, N.; Rusholme, B.; Schwarz, R.; O'Sullivan, C.; Taylor, A. N.; Thompson, K. L.; Turner, A. H.; Zemcov, M.

In: Physical Review Letters, Vol. 102, No. 16, 161302, 21.04.2009.

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Wu, EYS, Ade, P, Bock, J, Bowden, M, Brown, ML, Cahill, G, Castro, PG, Church, S, Culverhouse, T, Friedman, RB, Ganga, K, Gear, WK, Gupta, S, Hinderks, J, Kovac, J, Lange, AE, Leitch, E, Melhuish, SJ, Memari, Y, Murphy, JA, Orlando, A, Piccirillo, L, Pryke, C, Rajguru, N, Rusholme, B, Schwarz, R, O'Sullivan, C, Taylor, AN, Thompson, KL, Turner, AH & Zemcov, M 2009, 'Parity violation constraints using cosmic microwave background polarization spectra from 2006 and 2007 observations by the QUaD polarimeter', Physical Review Letters, vol. 102, no. 16, 161302. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.161302

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Wu, E. Y. S., Ade, P., Bock, J., Bowden, M., Brown, M. L., Cahill, G., ... Zemcov, M. (2009). Parity violation constraints using cosmic microwave background polarization spectra from 2006 and 2007 observations by the QUaD polarimeter. Physical Review Letters, 102(16), [161302]. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.102.161302

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Wu, E. Y S ; Ade, P. ; Bock, J. ; Bowden, M. ; Brown, M. L. ; Cahill, G. ; Castro, P. G. ; Church, S. ; Culverhouse, T. ; Friedman, R. B. ; Ganga, K. ; Gear, W. K. ; Gupta, S. ; Hinderks, J. ; Kovac, J. ; Lange, A. E. ; Leitch, E. ; Melhuish, S. J. ; Memari, Y. ; Murphy, J. A. ; Orlando, A. ; Piccirillo, L. ; Pryke, C. ; Rajguru, N. ; Rusholme, B. ; Schwarz, R. ; O'Sullivan, C. ; Taylor, A. N. ; Thompson, K. L. ; Turner, A. H. ; Zemcov, M. / Parity violation constraints using cosmic microwave background polarization spectra from 2006 and 2007 observations by the QUaD polarimeter. In: Physical Review Letters. 2009 ; Vol. 102, No. 16.

Bibtex

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title = "Parity violation constraints using cosmic microwave background polarization spectra from 2006 and 2007 observations by the QUaD polarimeter",
abstract = "We constrain parity-violating interactions to the surface of last scattering using spectra from the QUaD experiment's second and third seasons of observations by searching for a possible systematic rotation of the polarization directions of cosmic microwave background photons. We measure the rotation angle due to such a possible {"}cosmological birefringence{"} to be 0.55°±0.82° (random) ±0.5° (systematic) using QUaD's 100 and 150 GHz temperature-curl and gradient-curl spectra over the spectra over the multipole range 200<",
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AU - Wu, E. Y S

AU - Ade, P.

AU - Bock, J.

AU - Bowden, M.

AU - Brown, M. L.

AU - Cahill, G.

AU - Castro, P. G.

AU - Church, S.

AU - Culverhouse, T.

AU - Friedman, R. B.

AU - Ganga, K.

AU - Gear, W. K.

AU - Gupta, S.

AU - Hinderks, J.

AU - Kovac, J.

AU - Lange, A. E.

AU - Leitch, E.

AU - Melhuish, S. J.

AU - Memari, Y.

AU - Murphy, J. A.

AU - Orlando, A.

AU - Piccirillo, L.

AU - Pryke, C.

AU - Rajguru, N.

AU - Rusholme, B.

AU - Schwarz, R.

AU - O'Sullivan, C.

AU - Taylor, A. N.

AU - Thompson, K. L.

AU - Turner, A. H.

AU - Zemcov, M.

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AB - We constrain parity-violating interactions to the surface of last scattering using spectra from the QUaD experiment's second and third seasons of observations by searching for a possible systematic rotation of the polarization directions of cosmic microwave background photons. We measure the rotation angle due to such a possible "cosmological birefringence" to be 0.55°±0.82° (random) ±0.5° (systematic) using QUaD's 100 and 150 GHz temperature-curl and gradient-curl spectra over the spectra over the multipole range 200<

KW - and other discrete symmetries

KW - Background radiations

KW - Charge conjugation

KW - microwave

KW - Observational cosmology

KW - parity

KW - Radio

KW - time reversal

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JO - Physical Review Letters

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