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Fig. 4


Raw TOIs for three bolometers, the “143-5” (top), “545-2” (middle), and “Dark1” (bottom) illustrating the typical behaviour of a detector at 143 GHz, 545 GHz, and a blind detector over the course of three rotations of the spacecraft at 1 rpm. At 143 GHz, one clearly sees the CMB dipole with a 60 s period. The 143 and 545 GHz bolometers show vividly the two Galactic Plane crossings, also with 60 s periodicity. The dark bolometer exhibits a nearly constant baseline together with a population of glitches from cosmic rays similar to those seen in the two upper panels.

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