A MASSIVE, DISTANT PROTO-CLUSTER AT z = 2.47 CAUGHT IN A PHASE OF RAPID FORMATION?

@article{Casey2015AMD,
  title={A MASSIVE, DISTANT PROTO-CLUSTER AT z = 2.47 CAUGHT IN A PHASE OF RAPID FORMATION?},
  author={Caitlin M. Casey and Asantha Cooray and Peter Capak and Hai Fu and Katarina Kova{\vc} and Simon J. Lilly and David B. Sanders and Nicholas Scoville and Ezequiel Treister},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={808}
}
Numerical simulations of cosmological structure formation show that the universe's most massive clusters, and the galaxies living in those clusters, assemble rapidly at early times (2.5 2. 

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MB acknowledges funding from the UK Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) via an Ernest Rutherford Fellowship. GJ is grateful for support from NRAO through the Grote Reber Doctoral
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