The quiescent intracluster medium in the core of the Perseus cluster

@article{Collaboration2016TheQI,
  title={The quiescent intracluster medium in the core of the Perseus cluster},
  author={Hitomi Collaboration and F. Aharonian and H. Akamatsu and F. Akimoto and S. Allen and N. Anabuki and L. Angelini and K. Arnaud and M. Audard and H. Awaki and M. Axelsson and A. Bamba and M. Bautz and R. Blandford and L. Brenneman and G. Brown and E. Bulbul and E. Cackett and M. Chernyakova and M. Chiao and P. Coppi and E. Costantini and J. Plaa and J. Herder and C. Done and T. Dotani and K. Ebisawa and M. Eckart and T. Enoto and Y. Ezoe and A. Fabian and C. Ferrigno and A. Foster and R. Fujimoto and Y. Fukazawa and A. Furuzawa and M. Galeazzi and L. Gallo and P. Gandhi and M. Giustini and A. Goldwurm and Liyi Gu and M. Guainazzi and Y. Haba and K. Hagino and K. Hamaguchi and I. Harrus and I. Hatsukade and K. Hayashi and Takayuki Hayashi and K. Hayashida and J. Hiraga and A. Hornschemeier and A. Hoshino and J. Hughes and R. Iizuka and H. Inoue and Y. Inoue and K. Ishibashi and M. Ishida and K. Ishikawa and Y. Ishisaki and M. Itoh and N. Iyomoto and J. Kaastra and T. Kallman and T. Kamae and E. Kara and J. Kataoka and Satoru Katsuda and J. Katsuta and Madoka Kawaharada and N. Kawai and R. Kelley and D. Khangulyan and C. Kilbourne and A. King and T. Kitaguchi and S. Kitamoto and T. Kitayama and T. Kohmura and M. Kokubun and S. Koyama and K. Koyama and P. Kretschmar and H. Krimm and A. Kubota and H. Kunieda and P. Laurent and F. Lebrun and S. Lee and M. Leutenegger and O. Limousin and M. Loewenstein and K. Long and D. Lumb and G. Madejski and Y. Maeda and D. Maier and K. Makishima and M. Markevitch and H. Matsumoto and K. Matsushita and D. McCammon and B. McNamara and M. Mehdipour and E. Miller and J. Miller and S. Mineshige and K. Mitsuda and I. Mitsuishi and T. Miyazawa and T. Mizuno and Hideyuki Mori and K. Mori and H. Moseley and K. Mukai and H. Murakami and T. Murakami and R. Mushotzky and R. Nagino and T. Nakagawa and H. Nakajima and T. Nakamori and T. Nakano and S. Nakashima and K. Nakazawa and M. Nobukawa and H. Noda and M. Nomachi and S. O'Dell and H. Odaka and T. Ohashi and M. Ohno and T. Okajima and N. Ota and M. Ozaki and F. Paerels and S. Paltani and A. Parmar and R. Petre and C. Pinto and M. Pohl and F. S. Porter and K. Pottschmidt and B. Ramsey and Christopher Reynolds and H. Russell and S. Safi-Harb and S. Saito and K. Sakai and H. Sameshima and G. Sato and K. Sato and R. Sato and M. Sawada and N. Schartel and P. Serlemitsos and H. Seta and M. Shidatsu and A. Simionescu and R. Smith and Y. Soong and L. Stawarz and Yasuharu Sugawara and S. Sugita and A. Szymkowiak and H. Tajima and H. Takahashi and T. Takahashi and S. Takeda and Y. Takei and T. Tamagawa and K. Tamura and T. Tamura and T. Tanaka and Y. Tanaka and M. Tashiro and Y. Tawara and Y. Terada and Yuichi Terashima and F. Tombesi and H. Tomida and Y. Tsuboi and M. Tsujimoto and H. Tsunemi and T. Tsuru and H. Uchida and H. Uchiyama and Y. Uchiyama and Shutaro Ueda and Y. Ueda and S. Ueno and S. Uno and M. Urry and E. Ursino and C. Vries and S. Watanabe and N. Werner and D. Wik and D. Wilkins and B. Williams and S. Yamada and H. Yamaguchi and Kazutaka Yamaok and N. Y. Yamasaki and M. Yamauchi and S. Yamauchi and T. Yaqoob and Y. Yatsu and D. Yonetoku and A. Yoshida and T. Yuasa and I. Zhuravleva and A. Zoghbi},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2016},
  volume={535},
  pages={117-121}
}
  • Hitomi Collaboration, F. Aharonian, +213 authors A. Zoghbi
  • Published 2016
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Nature
  • Clusters of galaxies are the most massive gravitationally bound objects in the Universe and are still forming. They are thus important probes of cosmological parameters and many astrophysical processes. However, knowledge of the dynamics of the pervasive hot gas, the mass of which is much larger than the combined mass of all the stars in the cluster, is lacking. Such knowledge would enable insights into the injection of mechanical energy by the central supermassive black hole and the use of… CONTINUE READING
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