The HectoMAP Cluster Survey. I. redMaPPer Clusters

@article{Sohn2017TheHC,
  title={The HectoMAP Cluster Survey. I. redMaPPer Clusters},
  author={Jubee Sohn and Margaret J. Geller and Kenneth J. Rines and Ho Seong Hwang and Yousuke Utsumi and Antonaldo Diaferio},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={856}
}
We use the dense HectoMAP redshift survey to explore the properties of 104 redMaPPer cluster candidates. The redMaPPer systems in HectoMAP cover the full range of richness and redshift (0.08 < z < 0.60). Fifteen of the systems included in the Subaru/Hyper Suprime-Cam public data release are bona fide clusters. The median number of spectroscopic members per cluster is ∼20. We include redshifts of 3547 member candidates listed in the redMaPPer catalog whether they are cluster members or not. We… 
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