MOSS I: Double radio relics in the Saraswati supercluster

@article{Parekh2021MOSSID,
  title={MOSS I: Double radio relics in the Saraswati supercluster},
  author={Viral Parekh and R L Kincaid and Kshitij Thorat and Benjamin V Hugo and S. Sankhyayan and Ruta Kale and Nadeem Oozeer and Oleg M. Smirnov and I. Heywood and S. Makhathini and Kurt van der Heyden},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2021}
}
Superclusters are the largest objects in the Universe, and they provide a unique opportunity to study how galaxy clusters are born at the junction of the cosmic web as well as the distribution of magnetic fields and relativistic particles beyond cluster volume. The field of radio astronomy is going through an exciting and important era of the Square Kilometer Array (SKA). We now have the most sensitive functional radio telescopes, such as the MeerKAT, which offers high angular resolution and… 
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