Comparison of candidate clusters from SDSS-based catalogs in KiDS tiles and KDR2 candidate clusters.
Notes. NSDSS is the number of SDSS candidates, NKiDS (1858) is the number of KiDS candidates found with our method and Nm are those matched, by position and redshift, among our and SDSS based catalogs. The last column shows the median separation in the centers.
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