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Tomographic Ionized-Carbon Mapping Experiment

(TIME)
(proposed instrument to map the [CII] line)

The Tomographic Ionized-Carbon Experiment (TIME) is a Spectrometer aimed at an Intensity Mapping of the Ionized Carbon (C) Forbidden Line [CII] (158um) from the Epoch of Reionization (EOR), to be used as an indication of Star Formation (SF). The Wavelengths correspond to the Redshifted (z) Carbon Monoxide (CO) Spectral Lines from later periods, e.g., peak star formation, requiring analysis to distinguish which is which.

TIME is an alternative and compliment to 21cm Experiments, offering the opportunity to correlate results. TIME-Pilot is a smaller scale pilot version covering a much smaller Field of View (FOV).


(instrument,survey,EOR,star formation,spectrometer)
http://www.kiss.caltech.edu/study/billion/papers/bock.pdf

Referenced by:
Astronomical Survey

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