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The next decade of mm-wave observations will transform our understanding of galaxy formation, driven by precisely measuring the thermodynamic properties of ionized gas, using the cosmic microwave background as a "backlight". In this session we will discuss how these observations will probe the CGM gas well into the outskirts of hitherto-unexplored high-redshift, low-mass systems and the synergies with other observables.
 
The next decade of mm-wave observations will transform our understanding of galaxy formation, driven by precisely measuring the thermodynamic properties of ionized gas, using the cosmic microwave background as a "backlight". In this session we will discuss how these observations will probe the CGM gas well into the outskirts of hitherto-unexplored high-redshift, low-mass systems and the synergies with other observables.
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Hsiao-Wen Chen
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Drummond Fielding
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Stefania Amodeo

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Illuminating the Circumgalactic Medium Colin Hill, Nick Battaglia, and Matt McQuinn

The next decade of mm-wave observations will transform our understanding of galaxy formation, driven by precisely measuring the thermodynamic properties of ionized gas, using the cosmic microwave background as a "backlight". In this session we will discuss how these observations will probe the CGM gas well into the outskirts of hitherto-unexplored high-redshift, low-mass systems and the synergies with other observables.

Parallel

Hsiao-Wen Chen

Drummond Fielding

Stefania Amodeo