Δευτέρα, 17 Μαρτίου 2014

Τα αποτελέσματα του BICEP2

Από ότι φαίνεται, θα υπάρξει μια πρώτη παρουσίαση των αποτελεσμάτων του BICEP2, αμέσως πριν την συνέντευξη τύπου.
Dear friends and colleagues,

We invite you to join us tomorrow (Monday, 17 March) for a special webcast presenting the first results from the BICEP2 CMB telescope. The webcast will begin with a presentation for scientists 10:45-11:30 EDT, followed by a news conference 12:00-1:00 EDT.

You can join the webcast from the link at http://www.cfa.harvard.edu/news/news_conferences.html.

Papers and data products will be available at 10:45 EDT from http://bicepkeck.org.

We apologize for any duplicate copies of this notice, and would be grateful if you would help share this beyond our limited lists to any colleagues who may be interested within our CMB and broader science communities.

thank you,
John Kovac, Clem Pryke, Jamie Bock, Chao-Lin Kuo

on behalf of
The BICEP2 Collaboration
Οπώτε, όποιος ενδιαφέρεται για τα δεδομένα, μπορεί να δει την παρουσίαση που ξεκινά 1 ώρα και 15 λεπτά πιο νωρίς, ενώ θα μπορεί να δει τις σχετικές εργασίες από τη σελίδα του BICEP2 από την στιγμή της έναρξης της ομιλίας και μετά.

Update:


Figure 13: Indirect constraints on r from CMB temperature spectrum measurements relax in the context of various model extensions. Shown here is one example, following Planck Collaboration XVI (2013) Figure 23, where tensors and running of the scalar spectral index are added to the base ΛCDM model. The contours show the resulting 68% and 95% confidence regions for r and the scalar spectral index ns when also allowing running. The red contours are for the “Planck+WP+highL” data combination, which for this model extension gives a 95% bound r < 0.26 (Planck Collaboration XVI 2013). The blue contours add the BICEP2 constraint on r shown in the center panel of Figure 10. See the text for further details.
Περισσότερα στο Résonaances, και στο, First Direct Evidence of Cosmic Inflation.


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