ACT Data Products at LAMBDA

Derived CMB Products
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Source Templates The angular power spectra shape due to clustered IR point sources as predicted by two different models (named Src-1, Src-2) are supplied for the 148 GHZ ACT frequency. More... 2 file 221 kb each
SZ Templates The angular power spectra due to the Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect as predicted by four different models (named TBO-1, TBO-2, Battaglia, Shaw) are supplied for the 148 GHZ ACT frequency. More... 6 file < 557 kb each
Spectra The ACT temperature power spectra are computed at 148 GHz and 218 GHz. Three spectra are given, for 148x148, 148x218, and 218x218. More... 3 file 4 kb each
Beams The beam window functions for the ACT temperature power spectra are computed at 148 GHz and 218 GHz. They are obtained by transforming the beam profiles obtained from Saturn observations. More... 2 file 451 kb each
Likelihood software This is the software used by the ACT collaboration to compute the likelihood of cosmological models, using the small-scale microwave power spectrum measured by ACT from the 2008 Southern sky survey. It is based on the WMAP team's likelihood software. More... 1 file 4.6 mb


Foreground Data
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Point Source Catalog This is a catalog of 157 point sources detected in a 148 GHz data collected by ACT during its 2008 observing season. More... 1 file 20 kb
SZ Clusters 2008 Data Catalog of 23 galaxy clusters detected by the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich (SZ) effect in 455 square degrees of sky surveyed by ACT during 2008 at 148 GHz. The catalog gives the cluster names, positions, redshifts, signal-to-noise, and measured SZ signal. SZ and optical images of each cluster are also included. N/A

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