2020A&A...641A..11P


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2020A&A...641A..11P - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 641A, 11-11 (2020/9-1)

Planck 2018 results. XI. Polarized dust foregrounds.

PLANCK COLLABORATION, AKRAMI Y., ASHDOWN M., AUMONT J., BACCIGALUPI C., BALLARDINI M., BANDAY A.J., BARREIRO R.B., BARTOLO N., BASAK S., BENABED K., BERNARD J.-P., BERSANELLI M., BIELEWICZ P., BOND J.R., BORRILL J., BOUCHET F.R., BOULANGER F., BRACCO A., BUCHER M., BURIGANA C., CALABRESE E., CARDOSO J.-F., CARRON J., CHIANG H.C., COMBET C., CRILL B.P., DE BERNARDIS P., DE ZOTTI G., DELABROUILLE J., DELOUIS J.-M., DI VALENTINO E., DICKINSON C., DIEGO J.M., DUCOUT A., DUPAC X., EFSTATHIOU G., ELSNER F., ENSSLIN T.A., FALGARONE E., FANTAYE Y., FERRIERE K., FINELLI F., FORASTIERI F., FRAILIS M., FRAISSE A.A., FRANCESCHI E., FROLOV A., GALEOTTA S., GALLI S., GANGA K., GENOVA-SANTOS R.T., GHOSH T., GONZALEZ-NUEVO J., GORSKI K.M., GRUPPUSO A., GUDMUNDSSON J.E., GUILLET V., HANDLEY W., HANSEN F.K., HERRANZ D., HUANG Z., JAFFE A.H., JONES W.C., KEIHANEN E., KESKITALO R., KIIVERI K., KIM J., KRACHMALNICOFF N., KUNZ M., KURKI-SUONIO H., LAMARRE J.-M., LASENBY A., LE JEUNE M., LEVRIER F., LIGUORI M., LILJE P.B., LINDHOLM V., LOPEZ-CANIEGO M., LUBIN P.M., MA Y.-Z., MACIAS-PEREZ J.F., MAGGIO G., MAINO D., MANDOLESI N., MANGILLI A., MARTIN P.G., MARTINEZ-GONZALEZ E., MATARRESE S., McEWEN J.D., MEINHOLD P.R., MELCHIORRI A., MIGLIACCIO M., MIVILLE-DESCHENES M.-A., MOLINARI D., MONETI A., MONTIER L., MORGANTE G., NATOLI P., PAGANO L., PAOLETTI D., PETTORINO V., PIACENTINI F., POLENTA G., PUGET J.-L., RACHEN J.P., REINECKE M., REMAZEILLES M., RENZI A., ROCHA G., ROSSET C., ROUDIER G., RUBINO-MARTIN J.A., RUIZ-GRANADOS B., SALVATI L., SANDRI M., SAVELAINEN M., SCOTT D., SOLER J.D., SPENCER L.D., TAUBER J.A., TAVAGNACCO D., TOFFOLATTI L., TOMASI M., TROMBETTI T., VALIVIITA J., VANSYNGEL F., VAN TENT B., VIELVA P., VILLA F., VITTORIO N., WEHUS I.K., ZACCHEI A. and ZONCA A.

Abstract (from CDS):

The study of polarized dust emission has become entwined with the analysis of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) polarization in the quest for the curl-like B-mode polarization from primordial gravitational waves and the low-multipole E-mode polarization associated with the reionization of the Universe. We used the new Planck PR3 maps to characterize Galactic dust emission at high latitudes as a foreground to the CMB polarization and use end-to-end simulations to compute uncertainties and assess the statistical significance of our measurements. We present PlanckEE, BB, and TE power spectra of dust polarization at 353 GHz for a set of six nested high-Galactic-latitude sky regions covering from 24 to 71% of the sky. We present power-law fits to the angular power spectra, yielding evidence for statistically significant variations of the exponents over sky regions and a difference between the values for the EE and BB spectra, which for the largest sky region are αEE=-2.42±0.02 and αBB=-2.54±0.02, respectively. The spectra show that the TE correlation and E/B power asymmetry discovered by Planck extend to low multipoles that were not included in earlier Planck polarization papers due to residual data systematics. We also report evidence for a positive TB dust signal. Combining data from Planck and WMAP, we have determined the amplitudes and spectral energy distributions (SEDs) of polarized foregrounds, including the correlation between dust and synchrotron polarized emission, for the six sky regions as a function of multipole. This quantifies the challenge of the component-separation procedure that is required for measuring the low-l reionization CMB E-mode signal and detecting the reionization and recombination peaks of primordial CMB B modes. The SED of polarized dust emission is fit well by a single-temperature modified black-body emission law from 353 GHz to below 70 GHz. For a dust temperature of 19.6K, the mean dust spectral index for dust polarization is βdP=1.53±0.02. The difference between indices for polarization and total intensity is βdPdI=0.05±0.03. By fitting multi-frequency cross-spectra between Planck data at 100, 143, 217, and 353 GHz, we examine the correlation of the dust polarization maps across frequency. We find no evidence for a loss of correlation and provide lower limits to the correlation ratio that are tighter than values we derive from the correlation of the 217- and 353 GHz maps alone. If the Planck limit on decorrelation for the largest sky region applies to the smaller sky regions observed by sub-orbital experiments, then frequency decorrelation of dust polarization might not be a problem for CMB experiments aiming at a primordial B-mode detection limit on the tensor-to-scalar ratio r≃0.01 at the recombination peak. However, the Planck sensitivity precludes identifying how difficult the component-separation problem will be for more ambitious experiments targeting lower limits on r.

Abstract Copyright: © Planck Collaboration 2020

Journal keyword(s): dust - extinction - ISM: magnetic fields - ISM: structure - cosmic background radiation - polarization - submillimeter: diffuse background

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1 NAME Local Bubble ISM ~ ~           ~ 709 0

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