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CMBCosmic Microwave Background
CMBCell and Molecular Biology (various locations)
CMBColor Me Beautiful (various locations)
CMBColumbus, OH
CMBCertified Mortgage Banker
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CMBCity of Miami Beach (Miami Beach, FL)
CMBCenter for Molecular Biophysics (various organizations)
CMBCaribbean Mercantile Bank (Aruba)
CMBCombo Box
CMBCommon Management Bus
CMBChannel Measurement Block
CMBCombat Medical Badge
CMBCenter for Mind and Brain (University of California, Davis)
CMBCompagnie Maritime Belge
CMBCore-Mantle Boundary
CMBChemical Mass Balance
CMBCasa da Moeda do Brasil
CMBChase-Manhattan Bank
CMBCommunity Mail Box (various locations)
CMBCash Management Bill
CMBCrédit Mutuel de Bretagne (French bank)
CMBCentre Marc Bloch (French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs social science research institute; Berlin, Germany)
CMBComputational Molecular Biology
CMBCash Money Brothers
CMBCompagnie Monégasque de Banque (French: Monaco Bank Company; Monaco; est. 1976)
CMBCall Me Back
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CMBCertified Master Baker
CMBCereal Malt Beverage
CMBColor Me Bad (band)
CMBChange Management Board
CMBCiti Markets & Banking (financial services)
CMBContact Memory Button
CMBCensus Monitoring Board (est. 1997)
CMBConstruction Millet Bois (French wood construction company)
CMBCommunity Message Board (various organizations)
CMBCampus Ministry Board (various universities)
CMBConfiguration Management Board
CMBCenter Mass Bell (Sorinex)
CMBConcrete Median Barrier (highway infrastructure)
CMBCuban Medical Brigade
CMBCash Money Boys (band)
CMBConfederação das Mulheres do Brasil
CMBCrushed Miscellaneous Base (recycled aggregate)
CMBCellular and Molecular Biosciences
CMBChild Maintenance Bonus (UK)
CMBCavalier Marching Band (Charlottesville, VA)
CMBConserverie et Moutarderie Belge (French: Canning and Belgian Mustard; Belgium)
CMBCisco Media Blender
CMBCharles Montgomery Burns (Simpsons cartoon)
CMBClub de Modélisme Belleysan (French radio controlled car club)
CMBColombo, Sri Lanka - Katunayake International (Airport Code)
CMBCommunity Mail Bag (Australia Post)
CMBCustomer Management and Billing
CMBCaspar Melchior Balthazar (religion)
CMBCovenant Ministries of Benevolence
CMBCommunications and Marketing Branch
CMBCommon Method Bias (statistics)
CMBConstitution Making Body (South Africa)
CMBCallaway Multipurpose Building
CMBCampus Mailbox
CMBCarbolic Methylene Blue
CMBCanadian Mathematics Bulletin
CMBClub Modéliste Beaumontois (French radio controlled airplane club)
CMBChemistry-Metallurgy Baker Division (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
CMBChal Mere Bhai (Hindi movie)
CMBColeman Building (Silver Spring, MD)
CMBCash Money Billionaires (gaming clan)
CMBCaparo Merchant Bar PLC (steel company)
CMBCercle Magie Bretagne (French magician association)
CMBCapacity Management Branch (US Internal Revenue Service
CMBCombat Mobility Branch
CMBConfiguration Management Branch
CMBCollection Management Branch
CMBClub Motocycliste du Beaujolais (French: Beaujolais Motorcycle Club)
CMBCertification Management Board
CMBCarnaud Metal Box Asia Ltd (Singapore)
CMBComplex Multiplications per Bit
CMBCharacterization and Monitoring Branch (US EPA)
CMBConsequence Management Board
CMBCritical Mass Balance
CMBChartered Media Buyer (AAPRMA)
CMBCommon Map Background
CMBCombat Maneuver Battalion
CMBConstruction Métallique du Bocage (French steel construction company; est. 1973)
CMBCarrelage Maçonnerie Bâtiment (French: Tile Masonry Building)
CMBCharleston Metropolitan Bands (Charleston, WV)
CMBCirconférence Musculaire du Bras (French: Arm Muscle Circumference)
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Zahn et al., "A measurement of secondary cosmic microwave background anisotropies with two years of South Pole Telescope observations," The Astrophysical Journal, vol.755,no.1,2012.
Instruments suspended beneath the balloon made close to one billion measurements of the tiny variations in the temperature of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) across a wide swath of the sky.
Today, telescopes like Planck can observe this fossil light across the entire sky as the Cosmic Microwave Background, or CMB.
Scientists on the Planck team, on the other hand, analyzed the cosmic microwave background, using variations in its temperature and polarization to calculate how fast the universe was expanding shortly after the Big Bang.
In the background, the mottled yellow features are relic radiation, called the Cosmic Microwave Background, which contains information about the earliest stages of the universe
Undaunted, theoretical physicists explore possible links between the field of inquiry and the fundamental theory, from the perspectives of string inflation from branes and moduli, cosmic superstrings, the cosmic microwave background as a possible probe of string theory, string gas cosmology, gauge-gravity duality, and heterotic M-theory and cosmology.
The instruments are set to investigate, with the highest precision ever, the cosmic microwave background (CMB) - the remnants of the radiation that filled the universe immediately after the Big Bang some 14 billion years ago.
Theorists in the 1960s said seeds of galaxies could be seen as ripples in the Cosmic Microwave Background radiation from the Big Bang.
WMAP, an orbiting satellite, took the most detailed picture ever of the cosmic microwave background -radiation left over from the birth of the universe.
This is due in part to the scarcity of events that can accelerate particles to such enormous energies, and partly because these particles lose energy when they collide with the ever-present cosmic microwave background radiation.
Painstaking measurements of the cosmic microwave background - the omnipresent radiation that is the afterglow of the Big Bang - tells us that a sixth of all matter in our galaxy is ordinary, while the rest is dark matter.