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Telescopes for Cosmic Dawn and 21 cm Cosmology

by Davis Murphy last modified Jul 30, 2014

Telescopes for Cosmic Dawn and 21 cm Cosmology

Following the NRAO Town Hall at the AAS on Tuesday evening, 7 January, there will be a Splinter Meeting in National Harbor Room 12 to continue and broaden the discussion about U.S. plans for future telescopes designed to track the transition of the Universe from a neutral to an ionized state during Cosmic Dawn using the highly redshifted 21 cm line from neutral hydrogen. This Splinter Meeting is the second in a series of discussions aimed at a confederation of astronomers and projects. Topics of discussions will include current status and future plans for telescopes with U.S. involvement, and the full range of science cases that can be conducted at low radio frequencies.

Organizer: Joseph Lazio (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology)