Cosmicflows-3: The South Pole Wall

@article{Pomarde2020Cosmicflows3TS,
  title={Cosmicflows-3: The South Pole Wall},
  author={Daniel Pomar{\`e}de and R. Tully and R. Graziani and H. Courtois and Y. Hoffman and Jeremy Lezmy},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2020},
  volume={897},
  pages={133}
}
  • Daniel Pomarède, R. Tully, +3 authors Jeremy Lezmy
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • Velocity and density field reconstructions of the volume of the universe within 0.05c derived from the Cosmicflows-3 catalog of galaxy distances has revealed the presence of a filamentary structure extending across ~ 0.11c. The structure, at a characteristic redshift of 12,000 km/s, has a density peak coincident with the celestial South Pole. This structure, the largest contiguous feature in the local volume and comparable to the Sloan Great Wall at half the distance, is given the name the… CONTINUE READING
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