From the 1998 Long Duration Balloon Flight from Antarctica 

  • A measurement by BOOMERANG of multiple peaks in the angular power spectrum of the cosmic microwave background, C.B. Netterfield et al, Submitted to Ap. J., April, 2001. (astro-ph/0104460) [ps][pdf]


  • High latitude Galactic dust emission in the BOOMERanG maps, S. Masi et al, Ap. J. in press, January, 2001. (astro-ph/0101539)[ps][pdf] Figures: [ps][pdf]


  • A flat universe from high-resolution maps of the cosmic microwave background radiation, P. de Bernardis et al, Nature, v404, p955, 2000. [ps][pdf] (includes figures...). The power spectrum data, including covariances and xb's, are available as a tar file, or your can browse the archive.

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  • First Estimations of Cosmological Parameters from Boomerang, A. E. Lange etal. [ps][pdf
  • From the 1997 North American Test Flight data: 
    • Measurement of a Peak in the Cosmic Microwave Background Power Spectrum from the Test Flight of Boomerang, P. Mauskopf et al, 1999, submitted.  [postscript

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    • A Measurement of Omega From the Boomerang 1997 Test Flight, A. Melchiorri et al, 1999, submitted. [postscript


    Instrument papers: 

    • Boomerang: a Scanning Telescope for 10 arcminute resolution CMB Maps, S. Masi et al,  in "3K Cosmology", EC-TMR Conference, AIP conf. proc. 476, pg. 237, 1999. [postscript]

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    • Mapping the CMB sky: The Boomerang Experiment, P. deBernardis et al., New Astronomy Reviews, 43, 289, 1999. [postscript

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    • A long duration cryostat suitable for balloon borne photometry, Masi et al., Cryogenics 39 (1999) 217-224. [postscript]

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    • A self-contained 3He refrigerator suitablefor long duration balloon experiments, Masi S. et al. Cryogenics 38 (1998) 319-324. [postscript]

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    • Composite Infrared Bolometers with Si3N4 Micromesh Absorbers, Mauskopf P. et al., Applied Optics 36, 765-771, (1997).

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    • The BOOMERanG experiment, A. Lange et al., Space Science Reviews, 74, 145-150, (1995).