An XMM-Newton study of the RGH 80 galaxy group

@article{Xue2004AnXS,
  title={An XMM-Newton study of the RGH 80 galaxy group},
  author={Yingli Xue and Hans Boehringer and Kyoko Matsushita},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2004},
  volume={420},
  pages={833-845}
}
We present an X-ray study of the galaxy group RGH 80, observed by XMM-Newton. The X-ray emission of the gas is detected out to ∼462 h −1 50 kpc, corresponding to ∼0.45r200. The group is relatively gas rich and luminous with respect to its temperature of 1.01 ± 0.01 keV. Using the deprojected spectral analysis, we find that the temperature peaks at ∼1. 3k eV around 0.11r200, and then decreases inwards to 0.83 keV at the center and outwards to ∼70% of the peak value at large radii. Within the… 

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