Evidence for the kinematic Sunyaev-Zeľdovich effect with ACTPol and velocity reconstruction from BOSS

21 Oct 2015Emmanuel SchaanSimone FerraroMariana Vargas-MagañaKendrick M. SmithShirley HoSimone AiolaNicholas BattagliaJ. Richard BondFrancesco De BernardisErminia CalabreseHsiao-Mei ChoMark J. DevlinJoanna DunkleyPatricio A. GallardoMatthew HasselfieldShawn HendersonJ. Colin HillAdam D. HincksRenée HlozekJohannes HubmayrJohn P. HughesKent D. IrwinBrian KoopmanArthur KosowskyDale LiThibaut LouisMarius LunguMathew MadhavacherilLoïc MaurinJeffrey John McMahonKavilan MoodleySigurd NaessFederico NatiLaura NewburghMichael D. NiemackLyman A. PageChristine G. PappasBruce PartridgeBenjamin L. SchmittNeelima SehgalBlake D. SherwinJonathan L. SieversDavid N. SpergelSuzanne T. StaggsAlexander van EngelenEdward J. Wollack

We use microwave temperature maps from two seasons of data from the Atacama Cosmology Telescope (ACTPol) at 146 GHz, together with the Constant Mass CMASS galaxy sample from the Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey to measure the kinematic Sunyaev-Ze\v{l}dovich (kSZ) effect over the redshift range z = 0.4 - 0.7. We use galaxy positions and the continuity equation to obtain a reconstruction of the line-of-sight velocity field... (read more)

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