Tomography of the cosmic dawn and reionization eras with multiple tracers

Tzu Ching Chang, Angus Beane, Olivier Doré, Adam Lidz, Lluis Mas-Ribas, Guochao Sun, Marcelo Alvarez, Ritoban Basu Thakur, Philippe Berger, Matthieu Bethermin, Jamie Bock, Charles M. Bradford, Patrick Breysse, Denis Burgarella, Vassilis Charmandaris, Yun Ting Cheng, Kieran Cleary, Asantha Cooray, Abigail Crites, Aaron Ewall-WiceXiaohui Fan, Steve Finkelstein, Steve Furlanetto, Jacqueline Hewitt, Jonathon Hunacek, Phil Korngut, Ely Kovetz, Gregg Hallinan, Caroline Heneka, Guilaine Lagache, Charles Lawrence, Joseph Lazio, Adrian Liu, Dan Marrone, Aaron Parsons, Anthony Readhead, Jason Rhodes, Dominik Riechers, Michael Seiffert, Gordon Stacey, Eli Visbal, Hao Yi Wu, Michael Zemcov, Zheng Zheng

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Abstract

We advocate a large-scale, multi-tracer approach to study the reionization and cosmic dawn eras. We highlight the”line intensity mapping” technique to trace the multi-phase reionization topology on large scales, and measure reionization history in detail. We also advocate for Lya tomography mapping as an additional probe besides 21cm of the cosmic dawn era.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalUnknown Journal
StatePublished - Mar 27 2019

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