An H α/X-ray orphan cloud as a signpost of intracluster medium clumping

@article{Ge2021AnH,
  title={An H $\alpha$/X-ray orphan cloud as a signpost of intracluster medium clumping},
  author={Chong Ge and Rongxin Luo and Ming Sun and Masafumi Yagi and Pavel J{\'a}chym and Alessandro Boselli and Matteo Fossati and Paul E. J. Nulsen and Craig L. Sarazin and Tim Edge and Giuseppe Gavazzi and Massimo Gaspari and Jin Koda and Yutaka Komiyama and Michitoshi Yoshida},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2021}
}
Recent studies have highlighted the potential significance of intracluster medium (ICM) clumping and its important implications for cluster cosmology and baryon physics. Many of the ICM clumps can originate from infalling galaxies, as stripped interstellar medium (ISM) mixing into the hot ICM. However, a direct connection between ICM clumping and stripped ISM has not been unambiguously established before. Here, we present the discovery of the first and still the only known isolated cloud (or… 

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