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An example showing a model SED fit to observation

What came before clusters? Protoclusters

A galaxy cluster in the act of forming reveals some interesting details about the lives of galaxies.

The Red Sequence Method for Galaxy Cluster Detection

How do we locate galaxy clusters in the sky? We’ll examine the red sequence method in particular.

the measured change in red sequence slope with redshift

Looking back in time at galaxy cluster formation

Title: The Evolution of the Red Sequence Slope in Massive Galaxy Clusters Authors: J. P. Stott, K. A. Pimbblet, A. C. Edge, G. P. Smith, J. L. Wardlow First Author’s Institution:¬†Astrophysics Research Institute, Liverpool John Moores University In this post, we’ll examine a recent paper on the ongoing and controversial investigation into the evolution of […]

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