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Erratum: "Chandra Sample of Nearby Relaxed Galaxy Clusters: Mass, Gas Fraction, and Mass-Temperature Relation"
We present gas and total mass profiles for 13 low-redshift, relaxed clusters spanning a temperature range 0.7-9 keV, derived from all available Chandra data of sufficient quality. In all clusters,
Chandra Cluster Cosmology Project. II. Samples and X-Ray Data Reduction
We discuss the measurements of the galaxy cluster mass functions at z 0.05 and z 0.5 using high-quality Chandra observations of samples derived from the ROSAT PSPC All-Sky and 400 deg2 surveys. We
Chandra Cluster Cosmology Project III: Cosmological Parameter Constraints
Chandra observations of large samples of galaxy clusters detected in X-rays by ROSAT provide a new, robust determination of the cluster mass functions at low and high redshifts. Statistical and
The Temperature Structure of 26 Nearby Clusters Observed with ASCA. Similarity of Temperature Profiles
We present an analysis of ASCA spatially resolved spectroscopic data for a nearly complete sample of bright clusters with redshifts between 0.04 and 0.09. Together with several clusters analyzed
A catalog of intracluster gas temperatures
We have searched the Einstein Monitor Proportional Counter (MPC) data base for observations of clusters of galaxies. By coadding the MPC spectra obtained during all pointed observations of clusters
We present a systematic analysis of 43 nearby galaxy groups (kT 500 = 0.7-2.7 keV or M 500 = 1013-1014 h –1 M ☉, 0.012 0.15 r 500 and are consistent with a "universal temperature profile." We present
Chandra Temperature Profiles for a Sample of Nearby Relaxed Galaxy Clusters
We present Chandra gas temperature profiles at large radii for a sample of 13 nearby, relaxed galaxy clusters and groups, which includes A133, A262, A383, A478, A907, A1413, A1795, A1991, A2029,
Images, Structural Properties, and Metal Abundances of Galaxy Clusters Observed with Chandra ACIS-I at 0.1 < z < 1.3
We have assembled a sample of 115 galaxy clusters at 0.1 0.5. The slope of the surface brightness profiles at large radii were steeper on average by 15% than the slope obtained by fitting a simple
Evolution of buoyant bubbles in M87
The morphology of the X-ray- and radio-emitting features in the central ~50 kpc region around the galaxy M87 strongly suggests that buoyant bubbles of cosmic rays (inflated by an earlier nuclear
The structure of clusters of galaxies observed with Einstein
Imaging observations from the Einstein Observatory are used to determine properties of galactic clusters and the intracluster gas. The hydrostatic-isothermal gas model is applied to obtain the