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October 1, 2019: Successful 2019 season nearly finished with SPT-3G camera, 1-month until first austral flights arrive.



August 1, 2017: A 500-square-degree map of the CMB E-mode polarization made with data from the SPTpol receiver. This is the most sensitive map of the CMB polarization at these scales over this large an area of sky. (From Henning et al. 2017.)


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October, 2019: The SPT-3G camera has nearly completed it's 2019 observing season! Winter-overs Doug Howe and David Riebel have nearly finished a successful 2019 austral-winter observing season at the South Pole! They will continue using SPT-3G to observe the 1500 sq. deg. survey patch for another month, before being relieved by a small austral-summer crew who will perform maintenance and improvements on the telescope and camera.

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