First Results from the 1994 Flight of the Medium Scale Anisotropy Measurement
Session 113 -- Early Universe and Cosmic Microwave background
Oral presentation, Thursday, 12, 1995, 10:00am - 11:30am

[113.06] First Results from the 1994 Flight of the Medium Scale Anisotropy Measurement

C.A.Inman, S.S.Meyer, J.L.Puchalla, J.E.Ruhl (University of Chicago), E.S.Cheng, D.A.Cottingham, D.J.Fixsen, M.S.Kowitt, R.F.Silverberg (NASA/GSFC), L.A.Page (Princeton University)

We present preliminary results from the 1994 flight of the Medium Scale Anisotropy Measurement. MSAM is a balloon-borne telescope with a 0\fdg5 beam equipped with a four frequency channel bolometric radiometer with bands from 5.6 to 22.5 ${\rm cm}^{-1}$. Observations were performed along a circle of constant declination, $\delta$ = 82\deg. Part of the observations overlap those from our earlier 1992 flight.