MC 2 : CONSTRAINING THE DARK MATTER DISTRIBUTION OF THE VIOLENT MERGING GALAXY CLUSTER CIZA J2242.8+5301 BY PIERCING THROUGH THE MILKY WAY

@article{Jee2014MC2,
  title={MC 2 : CONSTRAINING THE DARK MATTER DISTRIBUTION OF THE VIOLENT MERGING GALAXY CLUSTER CIZA J2242.8+5301 BY PIERCING THROUGH THE MILKY WAY},
  author={M. Jee and A. Stroe and W. Dawson and D. Wittman and H. Hoekstra and M. Bruggen and Huub Rottggering and D. Sobral and R. V. Weeren},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={802},
  pages={46-46}
}
The galaxy cluster CIZA J2242.8+5301 at z = 0.19 is a merging system with a prominent (2 Mpc long) radio relic, which together with the morphology of the X-ray emission provides strong evidence for a violent collision along the north-south axis. We present our constraints on the dark matter distribution of this unusual system using Subaru and Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope imaging data. Measuring a high signal-to-noise ratio lensing signal from this cluster is potentially a challenging task… Expand
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