ACO 260 , the SIMBAD biblio

ACO 260 , the SIMBAD biblio (59 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2020.10.28CET19:04:36


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2020ApJS..247...43K 170       D     X         4 345 ~ Structure of brightest cluster galaxies and intracluster light. KLUGE M., NEUREITER B., RIFFESER A., et al.
2017MNRAS.468.3322S viz 17       D               1 28273 12 CoMaLit - V. Mass forecasting with proxies: method and application to weak lensing calibrated samples. SERENO M. and ETTORI S.
2012MNRAS.425..477N viz 16       D               1 1751 27 γ-rays from annihilating dark matter in galaxy clusters: stacking versus single source analysis. NEZRI E., WHITE R., COMBET C., et al.
2011A&A...534A.109P viz 16       D               1 1757 240 The MCXC: a meta-catalogue of X-ray detected clusters of galaxies. PIFFARETTI R., ARNAUD M., PRATT G.W., et al.
2011ApJS..195...15D viz 16       D               2 433 29 The luminosity profiles of brightest cluster galaxies. DONZELLI C.J., MURIEL H. and MADRID J.P.
2009ApJS..181..486H 16       D               1 164 101 Dissipation and extra light in galactic nuclei. III. "Core" ellipticals and "missing" light. HOPKINS P.F., LAUER T.R., COX T.J., et al.
2009MNRAS.395....2P 16       D               1 169 9 Richness dependence of the recent evolution of clusters of galaxies. PLIONIS M., TOVMASSIAN H.M. and ANDERNACH H.
2008MNRAS.391.1009L viz 15       D               1 129 30 Radial kinematics of brightest cluster galaxies. LOUBSER S.I., SANSOM A.E., SANCHEZ-BLAZQUEZ P., et al.
2007A&A...472..121V viz 15       D               1 1088 64 The AMIGA sample of isolated galaxies. V. Quantification of the isolation. VERLEY S., LEON S., VERDES-MONTENEGRO L., et al.
2007ApJ...662..808L viz 15       D               1 288 270 The masses of nuclear black holes in luminous elliptical galaxies and implications for the space density of the most massive black holes. LAUER T.R., FABER S.M., RICHSTONE D., et al.
2007ApJ...664..226L viz 15       D               1 287 138 The centers of early-type galaxies with Hubble space telescope. VI. Bimodal central surface brightness profiles. LAUER T.R., GEBHARDT K., FABER S.M., et al.
2007ApJ...671.1471B 346           X C       8 58 36 The luminosity function of low-redshift Abell galaxy clusters. BARKHOUSE W.A., YEE H.K.C. and LOPEZ-CRUZ O.
2006A&A...450....9F         O           183 31 Substructures in Abell clusters of galaxies. FLIN P. and KRYWULT J.
2005A&A...439..487D viz 164 24 Are radio galaxies and quiescent galaxies different? Results from the analysis of HST brightness profiles. DE RUITER H.R., PARMA P., CAPETTI A., et al.
2004A&A...424.1097S viz 15       D               1 1668 24 Introducing BAX: A database for X-ray clusters and groups of galaxies. SADAT R., BLANCHARD A., KNEIB J.-P., et al.
2004ApJ...614..679L 58 92 The color-magnitude effect in early-type cluster galaxies. LOPEZ-CRUZ O., BARKHOUSE W.A. and YEE H.K.C.
2003AJ....125..478L viz 164 92 Hubble space telescope imaging of brightest cluster galaxies. LAINE S., VAN DER MAREL R.P., LAUER T.R., et al.
2002AJ....124.1975L 1 18 56 Galaxies with a central minimum in stellar luminosity density. LAUER T.R., GEBHARDT K., RICHSTONE D., et al.
2001AJ....121.2271S 125 22 The Tolman surface brightness test for the reality of the expansion. I. Calibration of the necessary local parameters. SANDAGE A. and LUBIN L.M.
2001MNRAS.321..277C viz 105 87 The peculiar motions of early-type galaxies in two distant regions - VII. Peculiar velocities and bulk motions. COLLESS M., SAGLIA R.P., BURSTEIN D., et al.
2001MNRAS.324..389S 79 23 The peculiar motions of early-type galaxies in two distant regions - VI. The maximum-likelihood Gaussian algorithm. SAGLIA R.P., COLLESS M., BURSTEIN D., et al.
2000A&AS..146..373F viz 74 T                   1083 4 Properties of nearby clusters of galaxies. IV. A147,
A260, A272, A278, A1661, A2056, A2073, A2093, A2096, A2124.
FLIN P., KRYWULT J., TREVESE D., et al.
2000AJ....120..540G 430 19 The Palomar Abell cluster optical survey. I. Photometric redshifts for 431 Abell clusters. GAL R.R., DE CARVALHO R.R., BRUNNER R., et al.
2000MNRAS.314..375R 246 62 The IRAS PSCz dipole. ROWAN-ROBINSON M., SHARPE J., OLIVER S.J., et al.
2000MNRAS.318..333E viz 109 255 The ROSAT Brightest Cluster Sample - IV. The extended sample. EBELING H., EDGE A.C., ALLEN S.W., et al.
1999A&A...344..749F 78 14 The fundamental plane of clusters of galaxies: a quest for understanding cluster dynamics and morphology. FRITSCH C. and BUCHERT T.
1999AJ....118.1468D viz 374 38 Seeking the local convergence depth. IV. Tully-Fisher observations of 35 Abell clusters. DALE D.A., GIOVANELLI R., HAYNES M.P., et al.
1999AJ....118.1489D viz 49 75 Seeking the local convergence depth. V. Tully-Fisher peculiar velocities for 52 Abell clusters. DALE D.A., GIOVANELLI R., HAYNES M.P., et al.
1999ApJ...516...47W 1 15 57 The Las Campanas/Palomar 10,000 kilometer per second cluster survey. I. Properties of the Tully-Fisher relation. WILLICK J.A.
1999ApJ...522..647W 1 15 73 The Las Campanas Observatory/Palomar 10,000 kilometer Per second cluster survey. II. Constraints on large-scale streaming. WILLICK J.A.
1999ApJ...525...25G 71 42 No Hubble bubble in the local universe. GIOVANELLI R., DALE D.A., HAYNES M.P., et al.
1999MNRAS.305..259W viz 793 70 The peculiar motions of early-type galaxies in two distant regions - II. The spectroscopic data. WEGNER G., COLLESS M., SAGLIA R.P., et al.
1996A&A...315..365T 37 9 The luminosity function of cluster galaxies: relations among M1, M* and the morphological type. TREVESE D., CIRIMELE G. and APPODIA B.
1996ApJ...459...27G 118 11 Another look at the Abell cluster inertial frame bulk flow. GRAHAM A.W.
1996ApJ...465..534G 119 164 Brightest cluster galaxy profile shapes. GRAHAM A., LAUER T.R., COLLESS M., et al.
1996ApJS..106....1W viz 882 46 The peculiar motions of early-type galaxies in two distant regions. I. Cluster and galaxy selection. WEGNER G., COLLESS M., BAGGLEY G., et al.
1995AJ....109..853L viz 1072 102 A 20 cm VLA survey of Abell clusters of galaxies. IV. The radio sample and cluster properties. LEDLOW M.J. and OWEN F.N.
1995AN....316..319B 329 4 Compilation of nearby northern Abell clusters (z<0.1) with central dominant galaxies. BAIER F.W. and WIPPER H.
1995ApJ...440...28P viz 326 215 Brightest cluster galaxies as standard candles. POSTMAN M. and LAUER T.R.
1995MmSAI..66...95T 36 0 The luminosity function for cluster galaxies. TREVESE D., CIRIMELE G. and APPODIA B.
1994AJ....108....1S viz 344 33 The intrinsic shape of clusters of galaxies: correlations among flattening, richness, and velocity dispersion. STRUBLE M.F. and FTACLAS C.
1994ApJ...425..418L viz 125 309 The motion of the Local Group with respect to the 15,000 kilometer per second Abell cluster inertial frame. LAUER T.R. and POSTMAN M.
1992AJ....104..935T 55 46 The orientation of galaxies in clusters. TREVESE D. and CIRIMELE G.
1992ApJ...384..404P viz 376 226 The distribution of nearby rich clusters of galaxies. POSTMAN M., HUCHRA J.P. and GELLER M.J.
1991ApJ...370..455S 87 60 The surface brightness test for the expansion of the universe. III. Reduction of data for the several brightest galaxies in clusters to standard conditions and a first indication that the expansion is real. SANDAGE A. and PERELMUTER J.-M.
1991ApJS...77..363S viz 781 151 A compilation of redshifts and velocity dispersions for Abell clusters (epoch 1991.2). STRUBLE M.F. and ROOD H.J.
1989AN....310....7B 567 1 Catalogue of Abell clusters of galaxies with published photometric data. BAIER F.W. and ZIENER R.
1989ApJS...70....1A viz 5256 1434 A catalog of rich clusters of galaxies. ABELL G.O., CORWIN H.G.Jr and OLOWIN R.P.
1987ApJ...323....1T 393 96 More about clustering on a scale of 0.1 c. TULLY R.B.
1987ApJS...63..543S 585 174 A compilation of redshifts and velocity dispersions for Abell clusters. STRUBLE M.F. and ROOD H.J.
1987ApJS...63..555S viz 2712 113 A catalog of morphological properties of the 2712 Abell clusters. STRUBLE M.F. and ROOD H.J.
1987ApJS...64..643S 279 160 The structure of brightest cluster members. II. Mergers. SCHOMBERT J.M.
1985AJ.....90.1400P 62 37 The magnitude-redshift relation for 561 Abell clusters. POSTMAN M., HUCHRA J.P., GELLER M.J., et al.
1985AJ.....90.1413B 578 82 Finding lists of candidate superclusters and voids of Abell clusters BATUSKI D.J. and BURNS J.O.
1982A&A...107..338B 169 299 The shape and orientation of clusters of galaxies. BINGGELI B.
1982A&A...111...97H 84 34 A search for radio halo emission at 430 MHz in 72 rich clusters of galaxies. HANISCH R.J.
1982AJ.....87....7S 276 107 Morphological classification (revised RS) of Abell clusters in D<4 and an analysis of observed correlations. STRUBLE M.F. and ROOD H.J.
1974AJ.....79..427O 203 66 Observations of Abell clusters of galaxies at 1400 MHz. OWEN F.N.
1971ApJS...23..371S 2711 51 Rectangular coordinates of rich clusters of galaxies on the Palomar Sky Survey charts. SASTRY G.N. and ROOD H.J.

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