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Evidence for a milli-parsec separation Supermassive Black Hole Binary with quasar microlensing

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COMAP Early Science II. Pathfinder Instrument
Date: 10. July 2022
Members involved: Hamsa Padmanabhan
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Online abstract: arXiv:2111.05928
COMAP Early Science III. CO Data Processing
Date: 10. July 2022
Members involved: Hamsa Padmanabhan
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Online abstract: arXiv:2111.05929
COMAP Early Science IV. Power Spectrum Methodology and Results
Date: 10. July 2022
Members involved: Hamsa Padmanabhan
Topics:
Online abstract: arXiv:2111.05930
COMAP Early Science V. Constraints and Forecasts at z ~ 3
Date: 10. July 2022
Members involved: Hamsa Padmanabhan
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Online abstract: arXiv:2111.05931
COMAP Early Science VII. Prospects for CO Intensity Mapping at Reionization
Date: 10. July 2022
Members involved: Hamsa Padmanabhan
Topics:
Online abstract: arXiv:2111.05933
COMAP Early Science: I. Overview
Date: 10. July 2022
Members involved: Hamsa Padmanabhan
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Online abstract: arXiv:2111.05927
Forecasting the detection capabilities of third-generation gravitational-wave detectors using GWFAST
Date: 6. July 2022
Members involved: Francesco Iacovelli, Michele Mancarella, Stefano Foffa, Michele Maggiore
Topics: Gravitational waves, ET
Online abstract: arXiv:2207.06910
Evidence for a milli-parsec separation Supermassive Black Hole Binary with quasar microlensing
Date: 5. July 2022
Members involved: Charles Dalang
Topics: lensing, Gravitational waves
Online abstract: arXiv:2207.00598
Cosmological Information in the Marked Power Spectrum of the Galaxy Field
Date: 3. June 2022
Members involved: Azadeh Moradinezhad Dizgah
Topics: Large-Scale Strucure, non-Gaussian Summary Statistics
Online abstract: arXiv:[2206.01709
Modified gravitational wave propagation and the binary neutron star mass function
Date: 1. June 2022
Members involved: Andreas Finke, Stefano Foffa, Francesco Iacovelli, Michele Maggiore, Michele Mancarella
Topics: Gravitational waves, Modified gravity, statistical methods in cosmology, Dark energy, Dark Sirens
Online abstract: arXiv:2108.04065

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