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  • gcsn-logo-small Component separation course 2022

    The 2022 component separation course will be held in Oslo and online from 22 August - 2 September

  • cosmoglobe_ring Cosmoglobe Workshop 2022

    The second Cosmoglobe workshop will be held digitally from May 2–6 .

  • spectrum_pol_long How Polarized is Anomalous Microwave Emission?

    Blog post written by Daniel Herman

    Properly characterizing Galactic emission is vital to the future of Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) science. Though synchrotron and thermal dust emission usually take front stage in polarization, anomalous microwave emission (AME) certainly cannot be discounted as a potential contaminant. Such an assumption could complicate future and current CMB studies. A preprint of this work can be found here.

  • Cosmoglobe logo with globus Cosmoglobe Kickoff Workshop

    We are pleased to announce the first Cosmoglobe joint-experiment workshop! In this workshop, we will discuss the Cosmoglobe platform, a medium by which scientists from different radio, microwave, and sub-mm experiments can share raw data to allow for the best possible extraction of data using different data collection methods.

  • Beyond PLANCK poster Release Conference November 18-24

    Microwave observations have, during the last half century, transformed cosmology, and helped to establish a highly successful model of the universe. However, the signals which the next generation of experiments are searching for are extremely weak and thus difficult to detect. To make further progress researchers need to have exquisite control of all relevant sources of systematic uncertainties, whether they are of instrumental or astrophysical origin.