Observations of compact sources in galaxy clusters using MUSTANG2

@article{Dicker2021ObservationsOC,
  title={Observations of compact sources in galaxy clusters using MUSTANG2},
  author={Simon R. Dicker and Elia Stefano Battistelli and Tanay Bhandarkar and Mark Devlin and Shannon M. Duff and G. C. Hilton and Matt Hilton and Adam D. Hincks and Johannes Hubmayr and Kevin M. Huffenberger and John P. Hughes and Luca Di Mascolo and Brian S. Mason and John A. B. Mates and Jeff J. McMahon and Tony Mroczkowski and Sigurd Kirkevold Naess and John L. Orlowski-Scherer and Bruce Partridge and Federico Radiconi and Charles E. Romero and Craig L. Sarazin and Neelima Sehgal and Jonathan Sievers and Crist'obal Sif'on and J. N. Ullom and L. R. Vale and Michael R. Vissers and Zhilei Xu},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2021}
}
Compact sources can cause scatter in the scaling relationships between the amplitude of the thermal Sunyaev–Zel’dovich Effect (tSZE) in galaxy clusters and cluster mass. Estimates of the importance of this scatter vary – largely due to limited data on sources in clusters at the frequencies at which tSZE cluster surveys operate. In this paper, we present 90 GHz compact source measurements from a sample of 30 clusters observed using the MUSTANG2 instrument on the Green Bank Telescope. We… Expand

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