Discovery of a nearby early-phase major cluster merger CIZA J1358.9-4750

@article{Kato2015DiscoveryOA,
  title={Discovery of a nearby early-phase major cluster merger CIZA J1358.9-4750},
  author={Y. Kato and Kazuhiro Nakazawa and Liyi Gu and Takuya Akahori and Motokazu Takizawa and Yutaka Fujita and K. Makishima},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
  year={2015}
}
CIZA J1358.9-4750 is a nearby (z = 0.074) pair of clusters of galaxies located close to the Galactic plane. It consists of two X-Ray extended humps at north-west and south-east separated by 14 arcmin (~ 1.2 Mpc), and an X-Ray bright bridge-like structure in between. With Suzaku, the south-east hump was shown to have a temperature of 5.6 keV and the north-west one 4.6 keV. Neither humps exhibit significant central cool component. The bridge region has a temperature higher than 9 keV at the… 

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