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Large-Scale Distribution of Galaxies with Different Luminosities

  • X. Y. Xia (a1), Z. G. Deng (a2) and Y. Y. Zhou (a3)

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Analyses for complete samples of galaxies and clusters of galaxies showed that the two-point correlation function of galaxy-galaxy and cluster-cluster have form of power law with power indices about −1.8 (Peebles, 1980; Bahcall and Soneira, 1983). Because the completeness of a sample means that we have observed completely the objects brighter than a given apparent magnitude in certain sky region. But, we know that a complete sample will be lack of faint objects at distant region. If we attempt to avoid the influences of any non-intrinsic properties on the analysis, we have to use the samples which are complete in certain interval of absolute magnitude.

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Bahcall, N. A., and Soneira, R. M. 1983, Ap. J., 270, 20.
Geller, M. J., and Huchra, J. P. 1983, Ap. J. Suppl., 52, 61.
Huchra, J. P., et al. 1982, Ap. J., 257, 423.
Peebles, P. J. E. 1980, The Large-Scale Structure of the Universe, Princeton Univ. Press.

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