Fisica Posted July 15, 2010 Share Posted July 15, 2010 Are the rotation curves for the galaxies different for the galaxies near the centers of the cluster compared to the galaxies farther from the cluster center? Are there measurements that give the rotation curves for galaxy clusters? Since the effect of Compton scattering is so tiny, do we currently have the sensitivity and resolution at these low frequencies for the SZ effect to give accurate measurements of the clusters? Can the SZ effect determine a rotation curve for the galaxy clusters? What does the information that we have now from star, galaxy, and black hole formation tell us about the cluster structure and evolution of the clusters? What physical mechanisms affect the structure and dynamics of galaxy clusters? Does anyone have any links to (free full text) peer reviewed articles? Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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