The yuan-tseh lee array for microwave background anisotropy

Paul T.P. Ho, Pablo Altamirano, Chia Hao Chang, Shu Hao Chang, Su Wei Chang, Chung Cheng Chen, Ke Jung Chen, Ming Tang Chen, Chih Chiang Han, West M. Ho, Yau De Huang, Yuh Jing Hwang, Fabiola Ibãez-Romano, Homin Jiang, Patrick M. Koch, Derek Y. Kubo, Chao Te Li, Jeremy Lim, Kai Yang Lin, Guo Chin LiuKwok Yung Lo, Cheng Jiun Ma, Robert N. Martin, Pierre Martin-Cocher, Sandor M. Molnar, Kin Wang Ng, Hiroaki Nishioka, Kevin E. O'Connell, Peter Oshiro, Ferdinand Patt, Philippe Raffin, Keiichi Umetsu, Tashun Wei, Jiun Huei Proty Wu, Tzi Dar Chiueh, Tzihong Chiueh, Tah Hsiung Chu, Chih Wei Locutus Huang, W. Y.Pauchy Hwang, Yu Wei Liao, Chun Hsien Lien, Fu Cheng Wang, Huei Wang, Ray Ming Wei, Chia Hsiang Yang, Michael Kesteven, Jeff Kingsley, Malcolm M. Sinclair, Warwick Wilson, Mark Birkinshaw, Haida Liang, Katy Lancaster, Chan Gyung Park, Ue Li Pen, Jeffrey B. Peterson

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The Yuan-Tseh Lee Array for microwave background anisotropy is the first interferometer dedicated to study the cosmic microwave background radiation at 3 mm wavelength. The choice of 3 mm is to minimize the contributions from foreground synchrotron radiation and Galactic dust emission. The initial configuration of seven 0.6 m telescopes mounted on a 6 m hexapod platform was dedicated in 2006 October on Mauna Loa, Hawaii. Scientific operations began with the detection of a number of clusters of galaxies via the thermal Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect. We compare our data with Subaru weak-lensing data to study the structure of dark matter. We also compare our data with X-ray data to derive the Hubble constant.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1610-1618
Number of pages9
JournalAstrophysical Journal
Issue number2
StatePublished - 2009


  • Cosmic microwave background
  • Instrumentation: interferometers
  • Telescopes

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • Space and Planetary Science


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