- — Princeton University (@Princeton)Thu, Jun 11 2015 12:45:23
- Day two started off bright and early with review of the different groups/experiments that are measuring CMB Anisotropies, some of whom are delighted at how good the consistency between experiments is!
- — Brian Keating (@brianucsd)Thu, Jun 11 2015 13:37:46Bernaselli: Planck2015: reionization epoch was ~550 Myr, redshift approximately 7 \pm 1. "No need for exotic reionization models" #CMBat50
- George Efstathiou couldn't help poke fun at the experiments that came before Planck!
- — Renée Hložek (@reneehlozek)Thu, Jun 11 2015 13:49:19
- Thanks George, although I think I still do :D And I even got a shoutout as a "skeptic":
- The wireless microphones continued to give us some trouble.
- Some good questions from Mark Halpern reminded us that we should not stop looking for systematics 'when we agree with someone else...'
- — Renée Hložek (@reneehlozek)Thu, Jun 11 2015 14:43:38Halpern: 'we should be careful that cross checks with other experiments determine when you are done -- one should be independent' #CMBat50
- Jo Dunkley gave a great talk about planned CMB anisotropy measurements, with lots of exciting pre-results too!
- — Renée Hložek (@reneehlozek)Thu, Jun 11 2015 15:18:01
- — Renée Hložek (@reneehlozek)Thu, Jun 11 2015 15:19:05
- — Renée Hložek (@reneehlozek)Thu, Jun 11 2015 15:28:16
CMB@50 day two
The tweets from the second day of the conference, as a summary of some of the talks and discussions
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