Superclustering at Redshift z = 0.54

  title={Superclustering at Redshift z = 0.54},
  author={Andrew J. Connolly and Alexander S. Szalay and David C. Koo and A. K. Romer and Bradford Holden and Robert Nichol and Takamitsu Miyaji},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
We present strong evidence for the existence of a supercluster at a redshift of z = 0.54 in the direction of Selected Area 68 (SA68). From the distribution of galaxies with spectroscopic redshifts, we find that there is a large over density of galaxies (a factor of 4 over the number expected in an unclustered universe) within the redshift range 0.530 < z < 0.555. By considering the spatial distribution of galaxies within this redshift range (using spectroscopic and photometric redshifts), we… 
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Proc. " Röntgenstrahlung from the Universe
  • Proc. " Röntgenstrahlung from the Universe
  • 1996
Proc. \R ontgenstrahlung from the Universe
  • Proc. \R ontgenstrahlung from the Universe
  • 1996