The eROSITA view of the Abell 3391/95 field: the Northern Clump. The largest infalling structure in the longest known gas filament observed with eROSITA, XMM-Newton, and Chandra

@article{Veronica2021TheEV,
  title={The eROSITA view of the Abell 3391/95 field: the Northern Clump. The largest infalling structure in the longest known gas filament observed with eROSITA, XMM-Newton, and Chandra},
  author={Angie Veronica and Yuanyuan Su and Veronica Biffi and Thomas. H. Reiprich and F. Pacaud and P. E. J. Nulsen and Ralph P. Kraft and Jeremy S. Sanders and Akos Bogdan and M. Kara and Klaus Dolag and J. H. F. Kerp and B{\"a}rbel S. Koribalski and Thomas Erben and E. Bulbul and Efrain Gatuzz and Vittorio Ghirardini and Andrew M. Hopkins and A. Liu and Konstantinos Migkas and T Vernstrom},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Galaxy clusters grow through mergers and the accretion of substructures along large-scale filaments. Many of the missing baryons in the local Universe may reside in such filaments as the warm-hot intergalactic medium (WHIM). Aims. SRG/eROSITA performance verification (PV) observations revealed that the binary cluster Abell 3391/3395 and the Northern Clump (the MCXC J0621.7-5242 galaxy cluster) are aligning along a cosmic filament in soft X-rays, similarly to what has been seen in… Expand

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