Dark Universe: Matter, Energy and Gravity (2004)(en)(204s) by Livio M.
By Livio M.
Number of overview articles on all features of darkish subject and theories of gravity.
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X-ray properties of clusters The properties of clusters, their X-ray properties in particular, make them excellent cosmological probes. g. Boldt et al. 1966; Gursky et al. 1971). Images of X-ray clusters span arcminutes, co-spatially with the cluster galaxies. 12h−1 Mpc where the Hubble constant H0 is parameterized as h = H0 /100 km s−1 Mpc−1 . X-ray emission from hot gas has been detected from nearby clusters at projected radii as large as 5 Mpc. The diﬀuse gas is optically thin at most wavelengths, and therefore derivations of gas masses are not complicated by the eﬀects of radiative transfer.