The Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME)
is a Radio Telescope in British Columbia
to map the distribution of neutral Hydrogen
in the Redshift range of .8 to 2.5 (Hydrogen Intensity Mapping).
It consists of four cylindrical reflectors in a static
configuration, i.e., a Cylindrical Telescope.
It views half the sky by sweeping out a
longitudinal arc over the course of the Earth's rotation.
It aims to observe the redshifted 21cm Line
redshifted to its Frequency range of 400MHz to 810MHz.
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|370mm||810MHz||3.4ueV||begin||Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment|
|750mm||400MHz||1.7ueV||end||Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment|
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|.8||2.26Gpc||7.38Gly||nearest||Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment|
|2.5||3.64Gpc||11.86Gly||furthest||Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment|