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Fig. C.1


Top: same as Fig. 7, but instead of computing the (top panel) and (bottom panel) spectra from the 353 GHz cross-correlation between DetSet1 and DetSet2, we compute them from the cross-correlation between the HalfRing half-differences for each detector set, i.e., (353DS1,HR1−353DS1,HR2)/2 × (353DS2,HR1−353DS2,HR2)/2. The 3σ expectations from Planck inhomogeneous white-noise Monte Carlo simulations are represented as light blue shaded areas.

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