The search of distortions (deviations from a Planck distribution) in the spectrum of the Cosmic Microwave Background allows to probe the conditions existing in our Universe up to Z similar or equal to 10(6). We analyze the status of the observations (so far no distortion has been detected) and discuss the possibility and the astrophysical interest of searching distortions at long wavelengths, in the Rayleigh Jeans portion of the Cosmic Microwave Background spectrum

Sironi, G., Boella, G., Bonelli, G., Gervasi, M., Vaccari, A., & Zannoni, M. (1999). The long Wavelength Spectrum of the Cosmic Microwave Background. In 3 K COSMOLOGY: EC-TMR CONFERENCE (pp.149-154).

The long Wavelength Spectrum of the Cosmic Microwave Background

SIRONI, GIORGIO;BOELLA, GIULIANO FILIPPO;GERVASI, MASSIMO;ZANNONI, MARIO
1999

Abstract

The search of distortions (deviations from a Planck distribution) in the spectrum of the Cosmic Microwave Background allows to probe the conditions existing in our Universe up to Z similar or equal to 10(6). We analyze the status of the observations (so far no distortion has been detected) and discuss the possibility and the astrophysical interest of searching distortions at long wavelengths, in the Rayleigh Jeans portion of the Cosmic Microwave Background spectrum
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Spectrum, Cosmic Microwave Background
English
EC-TMR Conference on 3K Cosmology october
1-56396-847-9
Sironi, G., Boella, G., Bonelli, G., Gervasi, M., Vaccari, A., & Zannoni, M. (1999). The long Wavelength Spectrum of the Cosmic Microwave Background. In 3 K COSMOLOGY: EC-TMR CONFERENCE (pp.149-154).
Sironi, G; Boella, G; Bonelli, G; Gervasi, M; Vaccari, A; Zannoni, M
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