Abell 611 - I. Weak lensing analysis with LBC

  title={Abell 611 - I. Weak lensing analysis with LBC},
  author={Annalisa Romano and Liping Fu and Francesco Giordano and Roberto Maoli and Paul Martini and Mario Radovich and Roberto Scaramella and Vincenzo Antonuccio-Delogu and Annamaria Donnarumma and Stefano Ettori and Konrad Kuijken and Massimo Meneghetti and Lauro Moscardini and St{\'e}phane Paulin-Henriksson and Emanuele Giallongo and R. Ragazzoni and A. Baruffolo and Andrea DiPaola and E.Diolaiti and A.Fontana and A.Grazian and S.Gallozzi and F.Pedichini and J.Farinato and R.Speziali and R.Smareglia and V.Testa},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
Aims. The Large Binocular Cameras (LBC) are two twin wide field cameras (FOV ~ 23' × 25') mounted at the prime foci of the 8.4 m Large Binocular Telescope (LBT). We performed a weak lensing analysis of the z = 0.288 cluster Abell 611 on g-band data obtained by the blue-optimized LBC in order to estimate the cluster mass. Methods. Owing to the complexity of the PSF of LBC, we decided to use two different approaches, KSB and shapelets, to measure the shape of background galaxies and to derive the… 
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