COSMICFLOWS-2: THE DATA

@article{Tully2013COSMICFLOWS2TD,
  title={COSMICFLOWS-2: THE DATA},
  author={R. Tully and H. Courtois and A. Dolphin and J. Fisher and P. H{\'e}raudeau and B. Jacobs and I. Karachentsev and D. Makarov and L. Makarova and S. Mitronova and L. Rizzi and E. Shaya and J. Sorce and Po-Feng Wu},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={146},
  pages={86}
}
Cosmicflows-2 is a compilation of distances and peculiar velocities for over 8000 galaxies. Numerically the largest contributions come from the luminosity-line width correlation for spirals, the Tully-Fisher relation (TFR), and the related fundamental plane relation for E/S0 systems, but over 1000 distances are contributed by methods that provide more accurate individual distances: Cepheid, tip of the red giant branch (TRGB), surface brightness fluctuation, Type Ia supernova, and several… Expand
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