The Atacama Cosmology Telescope: A Catalog of >4000 Sunyaev–Zel’dovich Galaxy Clusters

  title={The Atacama Cosmology Telescope: A Catalog of >4000 Sunyaev–Zel’dovich Galaxy Clusters},
  author={M. Hilton and C. Sif'on and S. Naess and M. Madhavacheril and M. Oguri and E. Rozo and E. Rykoff and T. Abbott and S. Adhikari and M. Aguena and S. Aiola and S. Allam and S. Amodeo and A. Amon and J. Annis and B. Ansarinejad and C. Aros-Bunster and J. Austermann and S. {\'A}vila and D. Bacon and N. Battaglia and J. Beall and D. Becker and G. Bernstein and E. Bertin and T. Bhandarkar and S. Bhargava and J. Bond and D. Brooks and D. Burke and E. Calabrese and J. Carretero and S. K. Choi and A. Choi and C. Conselice and L. Costa and M. Costanzi and D. Crichton and K. Crowley and R. Dunner and E. Denison and M. Devlin and S. Dicker and H. Diehl and J. Dietrich and P. Doel and S. Duff and A. Duivenvoorden and J. Dunkley and S. Everett and S. Ferraro and I. Ferrero and A. Fert'e and B. Flaugher and J. Frieman and P. Gallardo and J. Garc'ia-Bellido and E. Gazta{\~n}aga and D. Gerdes and P. Giles and J. Golec and M. Gralla and S. Grandis and D. Gruen and R. Gruendl and J. Gschwend and G. Guti{\'e}rrez and D. Han and W. Hartley and M. Hasselfield and J. Hill and G. Hilton and A. Hincks and S. Hinton and S. Ho and K. Honscheid and B. Hoyle and J. Hubmayr and K. Huffenberger and J. Hughes and A. Jaelani and B. Jain and D. James and T. Jeltema and S. Kent and M. Kind and K. Knowles and B. Koopman and K. Kuehn and O. Lahav and M. Lima and Y-T. Lin and M. Lokken and S. I. Loubser and N. MacCrann and M. Maia and T. Marriage and J. Mart{\'i}n and J. McMahon and Peter Melchior and F. Menanteau and R. Miquel and H. Miyatake and K. Moodley and R. Morgan and T. Mroczkowski and F. Nati and L. Newburgh and M. Niemack and A. Nishizawa and R. Ogando and J. Orlowski-Scherer and L. Page and A. Palmese and B. Partridge and F. Paz-Chinch'on and P. Phakathi and A. Plazas and N. Robertson and A. Romer and A. Rosell and M. Salatino and E. S{\'a}nchez and E. Schaan and A. Schillaci and N. Sehgal and S. Serrano and T. Shin and S. Simon and M. Smith and M. Soares-Santos and D. Spergel and S. Staggs and E. Storer and E. Suchyta and M. Swanson and G. Tarl{\'e} and D. Thomas and C. To and H. Trac and J. Ullom and L. Vale and J. Lanen and E. Vavagiakis and J. Vicente and R. Wilkinson and Edward J. Wollack and Z. Xu and Y. Zhang},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
We present a catalog of 4195 optically confirmed Sunyaev–Zel’dovich (SZ) selected galaxy clusters detected with signal-to-noise ratio >4 in 13,211 deg2 of sky surveyed by the Atacama Cosmology Telescope (ACT). Cluster candidates were selected by applying a multifrequency matched filter to 98 and 150 GHz maps constructed from ACT observations obtained from 2008 to 2018 and confirmed using deep, wide-area optical surveys. The clusters span the redshift range 0.04 < z < 1.91 (median z = 0.52). The… Expand
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