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The UKIRT Infrared Deep Sky Survey (UKIDSS)
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The final version published in MNRAS August 2007 included significant revisions including significant revisions to the original version April 2006.
The ROSAT Brightest Cluster Sample — I. The compilation of the sample and the cluster log N—log S distribution
We present a 90 per cent flux-complete sample of the 201 X-ray-brightest clusters of galaxies in the northern hemisphere (δ ≥ 0°), at high Galactic latitudes (|b| ≥ 20°), with measured redshifts z ≤
Properties of the X-ray-brightest Abell-type clusters of galaxies (XBACs) from ROSAT All-Sky Survey data - I. The sample
We present an essentially complete, all-sky, X-ray flux limi ted sample of 242 Abell clusters of galaxies (six of which are double) compiled from ROSAT All-Sky Survey data. Our sample is
The ROSAT Brightest Cluster Sample - IV. The extended sample
We present a low-flux extension of the X-ray-selected ROSAT Brightest Cluster Sample (BCS) published in Paper I of this series. Like the original BCS and employing an identical selection procedure,
MACS: A Quest for the Most Massive Galaxy Clusters in the Universe
We describe the design and current status of a new X-ray cluster survey aimed at the compilation of a statistically complete sample of very X-ray luminous (and thus, by inference, massive), distant
A complete sample of 12 very x-ray luminous galaxy clusters at z >0.5
We present the statistically complete and cosmologically most relevant subset of the 12 most distant galaxy clusters detected at z > 0.5 by the Massive Cluster Survey (MACS). Ten of these systems are
A ROSAT study of the cores of clusters of galaxies — I. Cooling flows in an X-ray flux-limited sample
ABSTRA C T This is the first part of a study of the detailed X-ray properties of the cores of nearby clusters. We have used the flux-limited sample of 55 clusters listed by Edge et al., and archival
The ROSAT-ESO Flux Limited X-ray (REFLEX) Galaxy cluster survey. V. The cluster catalogue
We present the catalogue of the REFLEX Cluster Survey providing information on the X-ray properties, redshifts, and some identification details of the clusters in the REFLEX sample. The catalogue
Intense star formation within resolved compact regions in a galaxy at z = 2.3
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Observations of the sub-millimetre galaxy SMMJ2135-0102, which has been gravitationally magnified by a factor of 32 by a massive foreground galaxy cluster lens, find that the luminosity densities of these star-forming regions are comparable to the dense cores of giant molecular clouds in the local Universe, but they are about a hundred times larger and 107 times more luminous.
The ROSAT Brightest Cluster Sample — III. Optical spectra of the central cluster galaxies
We present new spectra of dominant galaxies in X-ray selected clusters of galaxies, which combine with our previously published spectra to form a sample of 256 dominant galaxies in 215 clusters. 177
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