Properties of the BCGs.
|BCG||RA||Dec||z||(g − r)||M r||Mass|
|XLSSC 081||33.0515||–6.21080||0.4266 ± 0.0006||1.53||–21.61||7.7|
|XLSSC 082||32.7140||–6.17883||0.4240 ± 0.0005||1.42||–21.76||6.7|
|XLSSC 083||32.7350||–6.19845||0.4303 ± 0.0007||1.59||–21.80||10.6|
|XLSSC 084||32.7621||–6.21303||0.4324 ± 0.0004||1.51||–21.04||4.2|
|XLSSC 085||32.8697||–6.19631||0.4289 ± 0.0008||1.56||–22.27||15.1|
|XLSSC 086||32.8081||–6.16231||0.4257 ± 0.0006||1.39||–21.51||4.9|
Notes. We list the BCG group ID, their coordinates, the redshift for each galaxy, the observed colour (corrected for extinction), their absolute magnitude in r band, and mass derived from the analysis of the optical data. The mass was obtained using the M − L relation from Bell et al. (2003); an uncertainty of 10% should be assumed on the mass estimate.
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