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Mapping Cosmic Dawn and Reionization: Challenges and Synergies: Astro2020 Science White Paper

La Plante, P., Alvarez, M., Fialkov, A., Aguirre, J., Ali-Haïmoud, Y., Becker, G., Bowman, J., Breysse, P., Bromm, V., Bull, P., Burns, J., Cappelluti, N., Carucci, I., Chang, T-C., Cleary, K., Cooray, A., Chen, X., Chiang, H., Cohn, J., DeBoer, D., Dillon, J., Doré, O., Dvorkin, C., Ferraro, S., Furlanetto, S., Hazelton, B., Hill, J. C., Jacobs, D., Karkare, K., Keating, G. K., Koopmans, L., Kovetz, E., Lidz, A., Liu, A., Ma, Y-Z., Mao, Y., Masui, K., McQuinn, M., Mirocha, J., Muñoz, J., Murray, S., Parsons, A., Pober, J., Saliwanchik, B., Sievers, J., Thyagarajan, N., Trac, H., Vikhlinin, A., Visbal, E. & Zaldarriaga, M., 1-May-2019, In : Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 51, 3, id 394.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademic

  • Paul La Plante
  • Marcelo Alvarez
  • Anastasia Fialkov
  • James Aguirre
  • Yacine Ali-Haïmoud
  • George Becker
  • Judd Bowman
  • Patrick Breysse
  • Volker Bromm
  • Philip Bull
  • Jack Burns
  • Nico Cappelluti
  • Isabella Carucci
  • Tzu-Ching Chang
  • Kieran Cleary
  • Asantha Cooray
  • Xuelei Chen
  • Hsin Chiang
  • Joanne Cohn
  • David DeBoer
  • Joshua Dillon
  • Olivier Doré
  • Cora Dvorkin
  • Simone Ferraro
  • Steven Furlanetto
  • Bryna Hazelton
  • J. Colin Hill
  • Daniel Jacobs
  • Kirit Karkare
  • Garrett K. Keating
  • Léon Koopmans
  • Ely Kovetz
  • Adam Lidz
  • Adrian Liu
  • Yin-Zhe Ma
  • Yi Mao
  • Kiyoshi Masui
  • Matthew McQuinn
  • Jordan Mirocha
  • Julian Muñoz
  • Steven Murray
  • Aaron Parsons
  • Jonathan Pober
  • Benjamin Saliwanchik
  • Jonathan Sievers
  • Nithyanandan Thyagarajan
  • Hy Trac
  • Alexey Vikhlinin
  • Eli Visbal
  • Matias Zaldarriaga
Cosmic dawn and the Epoch of Reionization are among the least explored observational eras in cosmology. To maximize scientific discovery and return on investment, coordinated survey planning and joint data analysis from experiments probing this epoch should be a high priority, closely coupled to the computational models and theoretical predictions.

Original languageEnglish
Article numberid 394
JournalBulletin of the American Astronomical Society
Volume51
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1-May-2019

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