NAME Pavo Cluster , the SIMBAD biblio

NAME Pavo Cluster , the SIMBAD biblio (48 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.8 - 2023.01.27CET00:10:34


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1988MNRAS.234.1051G 57 23 Redshifts of galaxies in some southern groups and clusters. GREEN M.R., GODWIN J.G. and PEACH J.V.
1988IAUS..130..185A 6 1 Large peculiar velocities in the Hydra Centaurus supercluster. AARONSON M., BOTHUN G.D., BUDGE K.G., et al.
1989ApJS...69..763F viz 712 570 Spectroscopy and photometry of elliptical galaxies. VI. Sample selection and data summary. FABER S.M., WEGNER G., BURSTEIN D., et al.
1992AJ....103..379M 48 19 Type Ia supernovae and cosmic peculiar velocities. MILLER D.L. and BRANCH D.
1992ApJS...81..413M viz 1372 427 A southern sky survey of the peculiar velocities of 1355 spiral galaxies. MATHEWSON D.S., FORD V.L. and BUCHHORN M.
1995A&A...297..617K viz 122 34 Extragalactic Large-scale structures behind the southern Milky Way.I. Redshifts obtained at the SAAO in the Hydra/Antlia extension. KRAAN-KORTEWEG R.C., FAIRALL A.P. and BALKOWSKI C.
1995ApJ...446...12W viz 1 30 91 Homogeneous velocity-distance data for peculiar velocity analysis. I. Calibration of cluster samples. WILLICK J.A., COURTEAU S., FABER S.M., et al.
1997AJ....113...22G viz 808 193 The I band Tully-Fisher relation for cluster galaxies: data presentation. GIOVANELLI R., HAYNES M.P., HERTER T., et al.
1997AJ....113...53G 2 25 197 The I band Tully-Fisher relation for cluster galaxies: a template relation, its scatter and bias corrections. GIOVANELLI R., HAYNES M.P., HERTER T., et al.
1997ApJ...477...79S 11 4 136 The wide-angle ROSAT pointed X-ray survey of galaxies, groups, and clusters. I. Method and first results. SCHARF C.A., JONES L.R., EBELING H., et al.
1997ApJ...482L.121B 1 6 28 Peculiar velocities of clusters in cold dark matter models. BORGANI S., DA COSTA L.N., FREUDLING W., et al.
1998AJ....116.2632G 31 68 The motions of clusters of galaxies and the dipoles of the peculiar velocity field. GIOVANELLI R., HAYNES M.P., SALZER J.J., et al.
1998ApJ...493...54C 85 84 A medium survey of the hard X-ray sky with the ASCA gas imaging spectrometer: the (2-10 keV) number counts relationship. CAGNONI I., DELLA CECA R. and MACCACARO T.
1998SciAm.279d..50K 24 1 Galaxies behind the Milky Way. KRAAN-KORTEWEG R.C. and LAHAV O.
1999ApJ...525...25G 71 42 No Hubble bubble in the local universe. GIOVANELLI R., DALE D.A., HAYNES M.P., et al.
2000ApJ...529..698S 1 56 195 The Hubble space telescope key project on the extragalactic distance scale. XXIV. The calibration of Tully-Fisher relations and the value of the Hubble constant. SAKAI S., MOULD J.R., HUGHES S.M.G., et al.
2000MNRAS.314..375R 246 62 The IRAS PSCz dipole. ROWAN-ROBINSON M., SHARPE J., OLIVER S.J., et al.
2000A&ARv..10..211K 32 51 The Universe behind the Milky Way. KRAAN-KORTEWEG R. and LAHAV O.
2000PASA...17....6K 13 6 Mapping the hidden universe : the galaxy distribution in the Zone of Avoidance. KRAAN-KORTEWEG R.C. and JURASZEK S.
2002AJ....124.1975L 1 18 56 Galaxies with a central minimum in stellar luminosity density. LAUER T.R., GEBHARDT K., RICHSTONE D., et al.
2004AJ....128...16K viz 1033 229 The 1000 brightest HIPASS galaxies: H I properties. KORIBALSKI B.S., STAVELEY-SMITH L., KILBORN V.A., et al.
2004MNRAS.354..980N viz 72 15 A deep near-infrared survey around the giant radio galaxy PKS 1343-601. NAGAYAMA T., WOUDT P.A., NAGASHIMA C., et al.
2005ApJ...630..280M 75 T                   14 30 XMM-Newton observation of an X-ray trail between the spiral galaxy NGC 6872 and the central elliptical galaxy NGC 6876 in the
Pavo group.
MACHACEK M.E., NULSEN P., STIRBAT L., et al.
2006MNRAS.368..534N viz 17 6 Near-infrared study of CIZA J1324.7-5736, the second richest cluster of galaxies in the Great Attractor. NAGAYAMA T., WOUDT P.A., WAKAMATSU K., et al.
2006MNSSA..65..165S 19 0 Star birds of Paradise. STREICHER M.
2007AJ....133..979J 22 7 Discovery of two galaxies deeply embedded in the Great Attractor wall. JARRETT T.H., KORIBALSKI B.S., KRAAN-KORTEWEG R.C., et al.
2007A&A...464..155H 249     A     X         7 7 10 Stars and gas in the very large interacting galaxy NGC 6872. HORELLOU C. and KORIBALSKI B.
2007NewA...12..533M 73 23 Anisotropy in the Hubble constant as observed in the HST extragalactic distance scale key project results. McCLURE M.L. and DYER C.C.
2007PASJ...59..167N 31 10 Hard X-Ray properties of groups of galaxies as observed with ASCA. NAKAZAWA K., MAKISHIMA K. and FUKAZAWA Y.
2007ApJ...664..804M 21 9 X-ray constraints on Galaxy-Gas-Jet interactions in the dumbbell galaxies NGC 4782 and NGC 4783 in the LGG 316 galaxy group. MACHACEK M.E., KRAFT R.P., JONES C., et al.
2008ApJ...674..142M 493           X C       12 6 2 The active nucleus of IC 4970: a nearby example of merger-induced cold-gas accretion. MACHACEK M.E., KRAFT R.P., ASHBY M.L.N., et al.
2009ApJ...691.1921M 1129 T   A     X C       28 36 3 A multiwavelength view of star formation in interacting galaxies in the Pavo group. MACHACEK M., ASHBY M.L.N., JONES C., et al.
2009MNRAS.395.1287J 397       D     X   F     10 34 23 A statistical analysis of the two-dimensional XMM-Newton group survey: the impact of feedback on group properties. JOHNSON R., PONMAN T.J. and FINOGUENOV A.
2009ApJ...704.1586S viz 15       D               2 259 74 Every BCG with a strong radio AGN has an X-ray cool core: is the cool core-noncool core dichotomy too simple? SUN M.
2010ApJ...708..946S 39           X         1 23 78 Spectacular X-ray tails, intracluster star formation, and ULXs in A3627. SUN M., DONAHUE M., ROEDIGER E., et al.
2010ApJ...711.1316M 38           X         1 32 11 The mysterious merger of NGC 6868 and NGC 6861 in the Telescopium group. MACHACEK M.E., O'SULLIVAN E., RANDALL S.W., et al.
2011MNRAS.413.2467J 93       D         F     2 30 15 Abundance profiles and cool cores in galaxy groups. JOHNSON R., FINOGUENOV A., PONMAN T.J., et al.
2012ApJ...755..163D 78           X         2 45 26 Sizing up partially depleted galaxy cores. DULLO B.T. and GRAHAM A.W.
2013ApJ...777..122Z 39           X         1 18 22 The narrow X-ray tail and double hα tails of ESO 137-002 in A3627. ZHANG B., SUN M., JI L., et al.
2014ApJ...795...89E 40           X         1 6 5 Star formation histories across the interacting galaxy NGC 6872, the largest-known spiral. EUFRASIO R.T., DWEK E., ARENDT R.G., et al.
2014MNRAS.444.2700D 40           X         1 74 34 Depleted cores, multicomponent fits, and structural parameter relations for luminous early-type galaxies. DULLO B.T. and GRAHAM A.W.
2016MNRAS.455.1294D 41           X         1 39 6 HI-deficient galaxies in intermediate-density environments. DENES H., KILBORN V.A., KORIBALSKI B.S., et al.
2017A&A...602A..97R viz 22 3 Investigating early-type galaxy evolution with a multiwavelength approach. II. The UV structure of 11 galaxies with Swift-UVOT. RAMPAZZO R., MAZZEI P., MARINO A., et al.
2018ApJ...861...83D 42           X         1 3 ~ NGC 6744: a nearby Milky Way twin with a very low-luminosity AGN. DA SILVA P., STEINER J.E. and MENEZES R.B.
2019MNRAS.483.2398M 17       D               1 41 ~ Angular momentum regulates H I gas content and H I central hole size in the discs of spirals. MURUGESHAN C., KILBORN V., OBRESCHKOW D., et al.
2019MNRAS.484L..54B 43           X         1 10 ~ The HST Large Programme on NGC 6752. I. Serendipitous discovery of a dwarf Galaxy in background. BEDIN L.R., SALARIS M., RICH R.M., et al.
2019MNRAS.488..770E 26     A               1 7 ~ Early-type galaxies in low-density environments: NGC 6876 explored through its globular cluster system. ENNIS A.I., BASSINO L.P., CASO J.P., et al.
2021A&A...652A.153R 45           X         1 72 ~ LoTSS jellyfish galaxies. II. Ram pressure stripping in groups versus clusters. ROBERTS I.D., VAN WEEREN R.J., McGEE S.L., et al.

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