The eROSITA view of the Abell 3391/95 field: Case study from the Magneticum cosmological simulation

@article{Biffi2021TheEV,
  title={The eROSITA view of the Abell 3391/95 field: Case study from the Magneticum cosmological simulation},
  author={Veronica Biffi and Klaus Dolag and Thomas. H. Reiprich and Angie Veronica and Miriam E Ramos-Ceja and Esra Bulbul and Naomi Ota and Vittorio Ghirardini},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Clusters of galaxies reside at the nodes of the cosmic web, interconnected by filamentary structures that contain tenuous diffuse gas, especially in the warm-hot phase. Galaxy clusters grow by mergers of smaller objects and gas that are mainly accreted through these large-scale filaments. For the first time, the large-scale cosmic structure and a long gas-emission filament have been captured by eROSITA on board the Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma mission in a direct X-ray observation of the A3391… 
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