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Planck, Theme and Variations

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The 2.7255 K blackbody radiation is a rich testament from the Big Bang. I will show how the Planck function and its derivatives are central to millimetre experimental cosmology. I will present a short historical perspective (COBE, WMAP , Planck satellites). Then I will show how the latest experiments (NIKA2 on the IRAM 30m, Concerto on APEX 12m), developped in Grenoble, expand on the Planck legacy, using state-of-the-art KIDs (Kinetic Inductance Detectors) in ever increasing numbers.

This talk is part of the Institute of Astronomy Colloquia series.

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