The three-dimensional geometry and merger history of the massive galaxy cluster MACS J0358.8−2955

@article{Hsu2013TheTG,
  title={The three-dimensional geometry and merger history of the massive galaxy cluster MACS J0358.8−2955},
  author={Li-Yen Hsu and Harald Ebeling and Johan Richard},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={429},
  pages={833-848}
}
We present results of a combined X-ray/optical analysis of the dynamics of the massive cluster MACS J0358.8-2955 (z=0.428) based on observations with the Chandra X-ray Observatory, the Hubble Space Telescope, and the Keck-I telescope on Mauna Kea. MACS J0358.8-2955 is found to be one of the most X-ray luminous clusters known at z>0.3, featuring L_X(<r_500) = 4.24*10^45 erg/s, kT = (9.55 +0.58/-0.37) keV, M^{3D}_{gas}(<r_500) = (9.18+/-1.45)*10^13 M_sun, and M^{3D}_{tot}(<r_500) = (1.12+/-0.18… 
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