The matter distribution in the local Universe as derived from galaxy groups in SDSS DR12 and 2MRS

@article{Saulder2016TheMD,
  title={The matter distribution in the local Universe as derived from galaxy groups in SDSS DR12 and 2MRS},
  author={Christoph Saulder and E. V. Kampen and I. Chilingarian and S. Mieske and W. Zeilinger},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2016},
  volume={596}
}
  • Christoph Saulder, E. V. Kampen, +2 authors W. Zeilinger
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • Context. Friends-of-friends algorithms are a common tool to detect galaxy groups and clusters in large survey data. In order to be as precise as possible, they have to be carefully calibrated using mock catalogues. Aims. We create an accurate and robust description of the matter distribution in the local Universe using the most up-to-date available data. This will provide the input for a specific cosmological test planned as follow-up to this work, and will be useful for general extragalactic… CONTINUE READING
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