The Yuan Tseh Lee AMiBA project

Paul T.P. Ho, Pablo Altimirano, Mark Birkinshaw, Su Wei Chang, Cha Hao Chang, Ke Jun Chen, Mingtang Chen, Tzi Dar Chiueh, Tzihong Chiueh, Tah Hsiung Chu, Chih Chiang Han, Chi Wei Huang, Yao De Huang, W. Y.Pauchy Hwang, Yuh Jing Hwang, Homin Jiang, Michael Kesteven, Patrick Koch, Derek Kubo, Katy LancasterChao Te Li, Haida Liang, Yao Wei Liao, Jeremy Lim, Yen Shen Lin, Kai Yang Lin, Guo Chin Liu, Kwok Yung Lo, Cheng Jiun Ma, Pierre Martin-Cocher, Robert N. Martin, Sandor Molnar, Kin Wang Ng, Hiroaki Nishioka, Chan Gyung Park, Ferdinand Patt, Jeffrey B. Peterson, Philippe Raffin, Fabi Romano, Huei Wang, Keiichi Umetsu, Fu Cheng Wang, Jiun Huei Proty Wu

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The Array for Microwave Background Anisotropy is a 7-element interferometer sited on Mauna Loa, Hawaii. The seven 60cm telescopes are mounted on a 6-meter platform, and operates at 3mm wavelength. In October 2006, the telescope was officially dedicated and renamed as the Y. T. Lee AMiBA. During 2007, scientific operations have begun, after a long process of calibration and testing. At the time of this meeting, six clusters of galaxies have been detected and mapped via the inverse Compton scattering of the Cosmic Microwave Background radiation, also known as the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1243-1251
Number of pages9
JournalModern Physics Letters A
Issue number17-20
Publication statusPublished - 28 Jun 2008


  • Cosmic microwave background
  • Cosmology
  • Interferometry


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