Volume 518, July-August 2010
Herschel: the first science highlights
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||16 July 2010|
Left - Weak lensing mass maps (contours, spaced at 1 mass reconstruction error; Ok10; Okabe & Umetsu 2008) in order of decreasing cluster virial mass - top left-to-right: A 1835, A 1763, A 1689, A 2219; bottom: A 2390, A 1914, A 1758, Z 7160. Spectroscopically confirmed Herschel-detected members (selected as described in Sect. 4) are marked as filled red circles that scale logarithmically with . North is up and East is left, and the axis tick-marks are spaced at 1 intervals. Right - Number density of galaxies relative to the mean number density of each population as a function of total projected cluster mass density. Positive correlation of the Herschel-detected cluster members with the mass distribution in/surrounding the clusters is detected at 5. The absence of red triangular data points at is because we do not find any non-BCG IR luminous cluster members at such high densities. The dip in the signal for cluster members at is due to the incompleteness of our spectroscopic catalog in high density environments due to MMT/Hectospec fiber collisions.
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