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J/AJ/122/2222    Superclusters of Abell and X-ray clusters      (Einasto+, 2001)

Optical and X-ray clusters as tracers of the supercluster-void network. I. Superclusters of Abell and X-ray clusters. Einasto M., Einasto J., Tago E., Muller V., Andernach H. <Astron. J. 122, 2222 (2001)> =2001AJ....122.2222E
ADC_Keywords: Galaxy catalogs ; Clusters, galaxy Keywords: cosmology: observations - galaxies: clusters: general - large-scale structure of universe Abstract: We present a new catalog of superclusters of Abell clusters out to a redshift of zlim=0.13, a catalog of X-ray clusters located in superclusters determined by Abell clusters, and a list of additional superclusters of X-ray clusters. We investigate the distribution of X-ray selected clusters of galaxies with respect to superclusters determined by Abell clusters of galaxies and show that the distribution of X-ray clusters follows the supercluster-void network determined by Abell clusters. We find that X-ray clusters are more strongly clustered than other clusters: the fraction of X-ray clusters is higher in rich superclusters, and the fraction of isolated X-ray clusters is lower than the fraction of isolated Abell clusters. Poor, non-Abell X-ray clusters follow the supercluster-void network as well: these clusters are embedded in superclusters determined by Abell clusters and populate filaments between them. This catalogue supersedes J/A+AS/123/119 File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file tablea1.dat 287 286 The List of Superclusters tableb1.dat 146 99 The List of X-Ray clusters in superclusters tableb2.dat 146 19 The List of additional superclusters of non-Abell X-Ray clusters
See also: IX/32 : The ROSAT Bright Survey (Fischer+, 1998-2000) VII/110 : Rich Clusters of Galaxies (Abell+ 1989) J/MNRAS/301/881 : The ROSAT Brightest Cluster Sample. I. (Ebeling+, 1998) J/MNRAS/306/857 : The ROSAT Brightest Cluster Sample. III. (Crawford+, 1999) J/MNRAS/318/333 : Extended ROSAT Bright Cluster Sample (Ebeling+ 2000) J/ApJ/514/148 : ROSAT Survey of Bright Galaxies Clusters (De Grandi+, 1999) J/ApJ/519/533 : ROSAT observations of ACO clusters (David+, 1999) J/AJ/123/51 : Distribution of Abell and APM clusters (Einasto+, 2002) Byte-by-byte Description of file: tablea1.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- SCl [1/300] Identification number (SCl NNN in Simbad) 5 A1 --- f_SCl [c] c: a supercluster candidate 7- 8 I2 --- Num [2/35] Number of member clusters in supercluster 10- 14 F5.1 deg RAdeg Supercluster center right ascension (B1950) 16- 20 F5.1 deg DEdeg Supercluster center declination (B1950) 22- 25 I4 Mpc Dist Distance to the supercluster center in units of h-1 Mpc (Ho/h=100km/s/Mpc) 27- 47 A21 --- CName Commonly used supercluster name 48- 51 I4 --- AC1 1st cluster in the supercluster (1) 52 A1 --- f_AC1 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 54- 57 I4 --- AC2 2nd cluster in the supercluster (1) 58 A1 --- f_AC2 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 60- 63 I4 --- AC3 ? 3rd cluster in the supercluster (1) 64 A1 --- f_AC3 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 66- 69 I4 --- AC4 ? 4th cluster in the supercluster (1) 70 A1 --- f_AC4 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 72- 75 I4 --- AC5 ? 5th cluster in the supercluster (1) 76 A1 --- f_AC5 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 78- 81 I4 --- AC6 ? 6th cluster in the supercluster (1) 82 A1 --- f_AC6 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 84- 87 I4 --- AC7 ? 7th cluster in the supercluster (1) 88 A1 --- f_AC7 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 90- 93 I4 --- AC8 ? 8th cluster in the supercluster (1) 94 A1 --- f_AC8 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 96- 99 I4 --- AC9 ? 9th cluster in the supercluster (1) 100 A1 --- f_AC9 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 102-105 I4 --- AC10 ? 10th cluster in the supercluster (1) 106 A1 --- f_AC10 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 108-111 I4 --- AC11 ? 11th cluster in the supercluster (1) 112 A1 --- f_AC11 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 114-117 I4 --- AC12 ? 12th cluster in the supercluster (1) 118 A1 --- f_AC12 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 120-123 I4 --- AC13 ? 13th cluster in the supercluster (1) 124 A1 --- f_AC13 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 126-129 I4 --- AC14 ? 14th cluster in the supercluster (1) 130 A1 --- f_AC14 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 132-135 I4 --- AC15 ? 15th cluster in the supercluster (1) 136 A1 --- f_AC15 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 138-141 I4 --- AC16 ? 16th cluster in the supercluster (1) 142 A1 --- f_AC16 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 144-147 I4 --- AC17 ? 17th cluster in the supercluster (1) 148 A1 --- f_AC17 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 150-153 I4 --- AC18 ? 18th cluster in the supercluster (1) 154 A1 --- f_AC18 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 156-159 I4 --- AC19 ? 19th cluster in the supercluster (1) 160 A1 --- f_AC19 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 162-165 I4 --- AC20 ? 20th cluster in the supercluster (1) 166 A1 --- f_AC20 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 168-171 I4 --- AC21 ? 21th cluster in the supercluster (1) 172 A1 --- f_AC21 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 174-177 I4 --- AC22 ? 22th cluster in the supercluster (1) 178 A1 --- f_AC22 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 180-183 I4 --- AC23 ? 23th cluster in the supercluster (1) 184 A1 --- f_AC23 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 186-189 I4 --- AC24 ? 24th cluster in the supercluster (1) 190 A1 --- f_AC24 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 192-195 I4 --- AC25 ? 25th cluster in the supercluster (1) 196 A1 --- f_AC25 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 198-201 I4 --- AC26 ? 26th cluster in the supercluster (1) 202 A1 --- f_AC26 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 204-207 I4 --- AC27 ? 27th cluster in the supercluster (1) 208 A1 --- f_AC27 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 210-213 I4 --- AC28 ? 28th cluster in the supercluster (1) 214 A1 --- f_AC28 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 216-219 I4 --- AC29 ? 29th cluster in the supercluster (1) 220 A1 --- f_AC29 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 222-225 I4 --- AC30 ? 30th cluster in the supercluster (1) 226 A1 --- f_AC30 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 228-231 I4 --- AC31 ? 31th cluster in the supercluster (1) 232 A1 --- f_AC31 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 234-237 I4 --- AC32 ? 32th cluster in the supercluster (1) 238 A1 --- f_AC32 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 240-243 I4 --- AC33 ? 33th cluster in the supercluster (1) 244 A1 --- f_AC33 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 246-249 I4 --- AC34 ? 34th cluster in the supercluster (1) 250 A1 --- f_AC34 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance 252-255 I4 --- AC35 ? 35th cluster in the supercluster (1) 256 A1 --- f_AC35 [e] e: cluster has an estimated distance
Note (1): The Abell cluster catalog number (ACO).
Byte-by-byte Description of file: tableb[12].dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- SCl [1/300] Identification number NNN (SCl NNN in Simbad for tableb1.dat) (SCl XNN in Simbad for tableb2.dat) 5 A1 --- f_SCl [c] Indicates a supercluster candidate 7- 8 I2 --- Num Number of member clusters in the supercluster 10- 15 F6.2 deg RAdeg Supercluster center Right Ascension (B1950) 17- 22 F6.2 deg DEdeg Supercluster center declination (B1950) 24- 27 I4 Mpc Dist Distance to the supercluster center in units of h-1 Mpc (Ho/h=100km/s/Mpc) 29- 48 A20 --- CName Commonly used supercluster name 50- 53 I4 --- XCl1 The 1st X-ray cluster in the supercluster (1) 54- 55 A2 --- r_XCl1 Cluster reference on XCl1 (1) 57- 60 I4 --- XCl2 ? The 2nd X-ray cluster in the supercluster (1) 61- 62 A2 --- r_XCl2 Cluster reference on XCl2 (1) 64- 67 I4 --- XCl3 ? The 3rd X-ray cluster in the supercluster (1) 68- 69 A2 --- r_XCl3 Cluster reference on XCl3 (1) 71- 74 I4 --- XCl4 ? The 4th X-ray cluster in the supercluster 75- 76 A2 --- r_XCl4 Cluster reference on XCl4 (1) 78- 81 I4 --- XCl5 ? The 5th X-ray cluster in the supercluster 82- 83 A2 --- r_XCl5 Cluster reference on XCl5 (1) 85- 88 I4 --- XCl6 ? The 6th X-ray cluster in the supercluster 89- 90 A2 --- r_XCl6 Cluster reference on XCl6 (1) 92- 95 I4 --- XCl7 ? The 7th X-ray cluster in the supercluster 96- 97 A2 --- r_XCl7 Cluster reference on XCl6 (1) 99-102 I4 --- XCl8 ? The 8th X-ray cluster in the supercluster 103-104 A2 --- r_XCl8 Cluster reference on XCl7 (1) 106-109 I4 --- XCl9 ? The 9th X-ray cluster in the supercluster 110-111 A2 --- r_XCl9 Cluster reference on XCl8 (1) 113-116 I4 --- XCl10 ? The 10th X-ray cluster in the supercluster 117-118 A2 --- r_XCl10 Cluster reference on XCl9 (1) 120-123 I4 --- XCl11 ? The 11th X-ray cluster in the supercluster 124-125 A2 --- r_XCl11 Cluster reference on XCl10 (1) 127-130 I4 --- XCl12 ? The 12th X-ray cluster in the supercluster 131-132 A2 --- r_XCl12 Cluster reference on XCl11 (1) 134-137 I4 --- XCl13 ? The 13th X-ray cluster in the supercluster 138-139 A2 --- r_XCl13 Cluster reference on XCl12 (1) 141-144 I4 --- XCl14 ? The 14th X-ray cluster in the supercluster 145-146 A2 --- r_XCl14 Cluster reference on XCl13 (1)
Note (1): Cluster references: G = Abell - ACO catalog number from de Grandi et al. (1999, Cat. J/ApJ/514/148) D = Abell - ACO catalog number from David, Forman & Jones (1999, Cat. J/ApJ/519/533) B = Abell - ACO catalog number from the Brightest Cluster Sample catalog (Ebeling et al., 1998, J/MNRAS/301/881) RR = non-Abell cluster number from ROSAT Bright Survey catalog of high Galactic latitude RASS sources, Schwope et al., Cat. IX/32 BB = non-Abell cluster number from Brightest Cluster Sample catalog Ebeling et al., 1998, Cat. J/MNRAS/301/881 GG = non-Abell cluster number the the catalog by de Grandi et al. (1999, Cat. J/ApJ/514/148) No reference = Abell - ACO catalog number from ROSAT Bright Survey catalog, Fischer et al., 2000, Cat. IX/32
History: From electronic version of the journal References: Tago et al., Paper II 2002AJ....123...37T Einasto et al., Paper III 2002AJ....123...51E, Cat. J/AJ/123/51
(End) Greg Schwarz [AAS], Patricia Bauer [CDS] 14-Jan-2002
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