An optical observational cluster mass function at z ∼ 1 with the ORELSE survey

@article{Hung2021AnOO,
  title={An optical observational cluster mass function at z ∼ 1 with the ORELSE survey},
  author={Denise Hung and Brian C. Lemaux and R. R. Gal and Adam R Tomczak and Lori M. Lubin and Olga Cucciati and Debora Pelliccia and L. Shen and O Le F{\`e}vre and Giovanni Zamorani and P.-F. Wu and Dale D. Kocevski and Christopher D. Fassnacht and Gordon K. Squires},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2021},
  volume={502},
  pages={3942-3954}
}
We present a new mass function of galaxy clusters and groups using optical/near-infrared wavelength spectroscopic and photometric data from the Observations of Redshift Evolution in Large-Scale Environments (ORELSE) survey. At $z\sim1$, cluster mass function studies are rare regardless of wavelength and have never been attempted from an optical/near-infrared perspective. This work serves as a proof of concept that $z\sim1$ cluster mass functions are achievable without supplemental X-ray or… Expand

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