Planck 2013 results
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Fig. 20


Cumulative counts (per hour) for the three categories of glitches and for several bolometers: blue curves are for short glitches after nonlinearity correction above typically 10 keV (as described in the text); black curves are for long glitches; red curves are for slow glitches; and green curves are for the total counts without the nonlinearity correction (which is why they lie below the blue curves). Glitches are not separated into the different categories below 10 times the rms noise (i.e., about 20 eV). All curves have been recalibrated in energy for each bolometer, such that the distributions of short glitches match at energies around 10 keV (we use the same coefficient for all populations), the absolute calibration being fixed for one arbitrary detector. Note that the distributions of short glitch match very well, while there is a large scatter in the energy scaling for the other populations of glitches.

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