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Jan12-12, 11:39 PM
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There is a year old Planck picture:
The sky seen through Planck's nine frequency channels
There is no other data just this picture. But it is very intriguing just the same.

In 70GHz 100GHz frequency maps there is clear scanning pattern visible. And 143GHz frequency map shows stripes that are related to scanning pattern.

So it looks like CMB fluctuations diminish as you average over scans that are taken at different positions of satellite.

If that indeed is so it would be very bad news for Big Bang as source of CMB fluctuations (or CMB itself) would seem to be something related to this observation:
http://www.physorg.com/news/2011-06-big-edge-solar.html

I am wondering if that is the reason why there is nothing on that topic. Because if you intend to say something against mainstream viewpoint you want to be really sure about your data. So you will double check and triple check everything.
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