Radio halo and relic candidates from the NRAO VLA Sky Survey

@article{Giovannini1999RadioHA,
  title={Radio halo and relic candidates from the NRAO VLA Sky Survey},
  author={G. Giovannini and M. Tordi and L. Feretti},
  journal={New Astronomy},
  year={1999},
  volume={4},
  pages={141-155}
}
Abstract We present the first results of the search of new halo and relic candidates in the NRAO VLA Sky Survey. We have inspected a sample of 205 clusters from the X-ray-brightest Abell-type clusters presented by Ebeling et al. (1996) , and found 29 candidates. Out of them, 11 clusters are already known from the literature to contain a diffuse cluster-wide source, while in 18 clusters this is the first indication of the existence of this type of sources. We classify these sources as halos or… Expand
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