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CAPMAP is designed to measure the polarization anisotropy of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) using the 7m Crawford Hill Telescope in New Jersey, along with intensive instrumentation additions. For a more detailed explanation, see the introduction or the online tutorials about the CMB by Wayne Hu .  Bruce Winstein, director of CAPMAP at Chicago, also has an in-depth paper which can be found in the Publications section.

CAPMAP Schedule

bulletFebruary 5, 2008: Submission of paper to Astrophysics Journal.
bulletDecember 2004 to April 2005: Data taking for final season.
bulletDecember 2003: Began taking the second season of data.
bulletSummer and Fall 2003: Construction of Dewars 1,2, and 3, reconstruct Dewar 0.
bulletJanuary and February 2003: Took first season of data.
bulletSummer and Fall 2002: Construction of Dewar 0.

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CAPMAP is supported by the Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics at the University of Chicago.