General characteristics of available SZE data and facilities.
|Facility or||Freq. bands||Ang. resolution (a)||Max ang. scale (b)||Coverage||Public DR (c)||Her. gal. clus.||Ref.|
|Planck||100,143,217,353,545,857||10.0||All sky||All sky||2015||118|||
|Total Number XMM-Heritage galaxy clusters with ground-based coverage||Available now||Future release|
PSF FWHM, either for relevant released data from the surveys (e.g., the Plancky-map) or for the channel closest to 150 GHz.
Maximum recoverable angular scale, corresponding to where the noise is approximately white for the ACT and SPT surveys (although the transfer function of each survey suggests that larger scales can likely be recovered) or the location where the transfer function equals 0.5 for the pointed instruments.
Date of public release, or anticipated future release for SPT-ECS and the NIKA2 SZ Large Program.
NIKA2, MUSTANG-2, and ALMA are available for open-time observations of additional XMM-Heritage galaxy clusters.
The angular resolution and maximum angular scale for ALMA are based on the band 3 observations from Kitayama et al. (2016).
References.  Planck Collaboration I (2016),  Chown et al. (2018),  Aiola et al. (2020),  Bleem et al. (2020),  Sayers et al. (2013),  Adam et al. (2014),  Romero et al. (2017), [8,9] Ruppin et al. (2018), Mayet et al. (2020),  Romero et al. (2020),  Kitayama et al. (2016).
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