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The CMB as a backlight

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Thanks to recent data, much has been learned from the CMB at the epoch of recombination. CMB studies are now focussed on two new main goals: using the CMB as a backlight to learn about the formation of structures at more recent times; and cleaning out these lower-redshift effects to look for key remaining signals of interest from the recombination epoch. I will discuss current efforts with the ACT Pol survey as well as what will be possible with Simons Observatory and CMB -S4 with a focus on the effect of gravitational lensing. I will finish by discussing theoretical work aimed at some related signals of interest which will be observable with the next generation of surveys.

This talk is part of the Cosmology Lunch series.

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