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Large-Scale Structure Among Abell Clusters and Comparisons to Models

  • David J. Batuski (a1), Jack O. Burns (a2) and Adrian Melott (a3)

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In a continuing redshift observation program, we have recently determined or confirmed the redshifts of 32 R ≥ 0 Abell clusters. With these data added to the previously measured cluster redshifts, there is now a sample of Abell clusters to z = 0.085 that is 92% complete in redshift measurements. The sample consists of 225 clusters in the North and South Galactic Caps, with latitude |b| > 30° to minimize obscuration effects. The longitude range 270° < l < 360° was also excluded for this sample because of an apparent large spur of galactic absorption.

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