Volume 536, December 2011
Planck early results
|Number of page(s)||28|
|Section||Cosmology (including clusters of galaxies)|
|Published online||01 December 2011|
Table A.1 is an extract from the Planck ESZ sample available at www.rssd.esa.int/Planck aiming at presenting the content of the released product. Four entries are given as examples for each category (Planck ESZ known clusters, Planck ESZ new confirmed clusters, Planck ESZ clusters candidates). In the present extract, only Galactic longitudes and latitudes are given. The ESZ sample contains, in addition, the right ascensions and declinations for all the entries.
For each entry the following fields are provided:
name: Planck Name of Cluster Candidate;
GLON: Galactic Longitude from Planck ;
GLAT: Galactic latitude from Planck ;
S/N: Signal-to-noise ratio returned by the matched multi-Filter algorithm (MMF3);
ID: external Identifier of Planck Clusters e.g. Coma, Abell 2163 etc.;
z: redshift of Cluster from the MCXC X-ray cluster compilation unless otherwise stated in the individual notes;
ΘX: angular size at 5R500 from X-ray data;
YPSX: integrated Compton parameter at X-ray position and within 5R500 (ΘX) in arcmin2;
: uncertainty in Integrated Compton parameter at X-ray position and within 5R500 (ΘX) in arcmin2;
Θ: estimated angular size from matched multi-Filter (MMF3),
Y: integrated Compton parameter at Planck position and within Θ, from matched multi-Filter (MMF3) in arcmin2;
YERR: uncertainty in Integrated Compton parameter at Planck position and within Θ from matched multi-Filter (MMF3) in arcmin2.
© ESO, 2011
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