- n. Plural form of anisotropy.
“George Smoot were able to measure minute variations, or 'anisotropies', in the background radiation that are the faint whispers left behind by developing clusters in the expanding universe.”
“New Scientist duly have an article to herald the launch, which claims that these so-called anisotropies are believed to be due to inflation ...”
“These anisotropies with the SZ shadows and polarizations are, as the UT post here by Jean Tate indicates, weak correlations to these much earlier processes in the universe.”
“The polarization of anisotropies and inverse Compton scattering signatures in the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect indicate stochastic fluctuations associated with inflation.”
“These anisotropies are largely due to a quantum fluctuation, such as the scalar field of inflation inflaton, and we would not expect statistics which violated this, such as significant non-Gaussian distributions.”
“In the Seven-Year WMAP papers for example, WMAP's observations of CMB anisotropies were combined with observations of BAO to constrain dark energy.”
“This is a an interesting result and it will be interesting to see how these anisotropies correlated with the CMB anisotropies.”
“Smoot shared the 2006 Nobel Prize in Physics for measuring anisotropies in the CMB and is one of the authors of the ApJ paper.”
“Planck satellite measurements will be used to produce the best ever maps of anisotropies in the CMB radiation field.”
“The inflationary period smoothed anisotropies in a way which precluded their formation.”
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