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Table 1

Clusters position, redshift, mass, and cross-identifications.

ID RA Dec z log M/M n200 err Piffaretti et al. (2011) ID Planck (2015) ID Abell (1958) ID NED ID
J2000

GCwM 1 0.8380 4.6440 0.098 14.05 24 5 ABELL2698 (1.9) ABELL2698 (1.9,17)
GCwM 2 0.9235 2.0678 0.092 14.26 34 6 MCXCJ0003.8+0203 (2.3) PSZ2G099.57-58.64 (1.5) ABELL2700 (2.6) ABELL2700 (2.3,66)
GCwM 3 1.3754 16.2435 0.116 14.29 36 7 MCXCJ0005.3+1612 (2.7) WHLJ000524.0+161309 (2.1,21)
GCwM 4 1.5851 10.8613 0.170 14.49 52 8 MCXCJ0006.3+1052 (0.5) PSZ2G105.40-50.43 (2.0) NSCSJ000619+105206 (0.5,10)
GCwM 5 2.5753 17.7496 0.173 14.47 51 8 PSZ2G109.22-44.01 (1.2) ABELL6 (4.2)
GCwM 6 2.9235 32.4316 0.107 14.61 64 9 MCXCJ0011.7+3225 (1.1) PSZ2G113.29-29.69 (0.8) ABELL7 (1.2)

Notes. The table lists cluster coordinates (J2000), redshift z, log  mass M200 estimated from the richness, the richness n200 and its error, followed by the id of clusters from a few bibliographic sources, with angular offsets reported in parentheses. The last column also lists the number of references to the cluster in May 2015, as given by NED. Masses have 0.16 dex errors. The table is entirely available at the CDS, and also accessible at http://www.brera.mi.astro.it/~andreon/famous.html. A portion is shown here for guidance regarding its form and content.

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