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The universal galaxy cluster pressure profile from a representative sample of nearby systems (REXCESS) and the Y-SZ-M-500 relation
We investigate the regularity of cluster pressure profiles with REXCESS, a representative sample of 33 local (z < 0.2) clusters drawn from the REFLEX catalogue and observed with XMM-Newton. TheExpand
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The structural and scaling properties of nearby galaxy clusters. II. The M-T relation
Using a sample of ten nearby ($z\lesssim 0.15$), relaxed galaxy clusters in the temperature range [2–9]$~\rm keV$, we have investigated the scaling relation between the mass at various densityExpand
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XMM- Newton Observation of the Coma Galaxy Cluster : The temperature structure in the central region
We present a temperature map and a temperature profile of the central part (r < 20' or 1/4 virial radius) of the Coma cluster. We combined 5 overlapping pointings made with XMM/EPIC/MOS and extractedExpand
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Joint analysis of BICEP2/keck array and Planck Data.
We report the results of a joint analysis of data from BICEP2/Keck Array and Planck. BICEP2 and Keck Array have observed the same approximately 400  deg^{2} patch of sky centered on RA 0 h, Dec.Expand
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Extensive observations of A2163, both in the optical and X-ray bands, are reported. The cluster displays a high temperature, gas and total mass as well as a strong optical luminosity and a largeExpand
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Weak Gravitational Lensing and X-Ray Analysis of Abell 2163
We report on the detection of dark matter in the cluster of galaxies Abell 2163 using the weak gravitational distortion of background galaxies and an analysis of the X-ray emission from the cluster.Expand
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XMM-Newton observation of the distant (z=0.6}) galaxy cluster RX J1120.1+4318
We report on a 20 ks XMM observation of the distant cluster RX J1120.1+4318, discovered at z = 0.6 in the SHARC survey. The cluster has a regular spherical morphology, suggesting it is in a relaxedExpand
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XMM-Newton First-Light Observations of the Hickson Galaxy Group 16
This paper presents the XMM-Newton first-light observations of the Hickson-16 compact group of galaxies, at a redshift of 0.0132 (or 80 Mpc) is exceptional in the having the highest concentration of starburst or AGN activity in the nearby Universe. Expand
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X-ray observations of Clusters of Galaxies
X-ray observations of clusters provide key information on the dark matter, on the formation of structures in the Universe, and can be used to constrain the cosmological parameters. I review ourExpand
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The dark matter distribution in z ∼0.5 clusters of galaxies I. Determining scaling relations with weak lensing masses
The total mass of clusters of galaxies is a key parameter for studing massive halos. It relates to numerous gravitational and baryonic processes at play in the framework of large-scale structureExpand
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