Planck 2013 results
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Fig. 21


Representative short glitch coincidences in a PSB pair. The x-axis represents the amplitude relative to the noise of the detected glitch in the PSB-a bolometer, while the y-axis is the value of the signal-to-noise ratio in the PSB-b bolometer. The grey-scale indicates the log of the number of events in logarithmic bins. Detected events are not shown below 100σ in PSB-a, as we expect a non-negligible contribution from long glitches, and the separation between long and short glitches is uncertain at low amplitudes. A large fraction of events are coincident between PSB-a and PSB-b.

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