This Page contains information about the 1994 Saskatoon campaign to measure the
anisotropy in the CMB. Two instruments were used, one operating in K_a band
(26-36 GHz) and the other in Q band (36-46 GHz). The angular scale is about
three degrees corresponding to multipole moments near l= 60. The data, as well
as the code, upon which the published results are based are publically
available. If you cannot access them through the Web then try the anonymous
FTP site at PUPGG.PRINCETON.EDU. One must then look in the directory
[anonymous.cmb.sk94]. A file there called 00README.TXT tells about the contents
of the directory. Files ending with the .WIN extension contain windows.
The full analysis of the SK94 data (covering multiple spatial harmonics) will
be completed in early 1995. The files in the SK94 directory pertain only to
the analysis of the ``double-difference'' data that gave the best overlap
of SK94 with SK93.
Please contact L. Page for details.
- Barth Netterfield (Princeton)
- Norm Jarosik (Princeton)
- Lyman Page (Princeton)
- David Wilkinson (Princeton)
- Ed Wollack (Princeton)
References and more information
Full data set used in Netterfield's thesis
Updated on Oct 8, 1995. The data for all the harmonics
are now avaliable.
These data may be used to make a map of the CMB.