Galaxy clusters as probes for cosmology and dark matter

Elia S. Battistelli, Carlo Burigana, Paolo De Bernardis, Alexander A. Kirillov, Gastao B. Lima Neto, Silvia Masi, Hans U. Nørgaard-Nielsen, Peter Ostermann, Matthieu Roman, Piero Rosati, Mariachiara Rossetti

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Abstract

In recent years, significant progress has been made in building new galaxy clusters samples, at low and high redshifts, from wide-area surveys, particularly exploiting the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich (SZ) effect. A large effort is underway to identify and characterize these new systems with optical/NIR and X-ray facilities, thus opening new avenues to constraint cosmological models using structure growth and geometrical tests. A census of galaxy clusters sets constraints on reionization mechanisms and epochs, which need to be reconciled with recent limits on the reionization optical depth from cosmic microwave background (CMB) experiments. Future advances in SZ effect measurements will include the possibility to (unambiguously) measure directly the kinematic SZ effect, to build an even larger catalogue of galaxy clusters able to study the high redshift universe, and to make (spatially-)resolved galaxy cluster maps with even spectral capability to (spectrally-)resolve the relativistic corrections of the SZ effect.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the MG14 Meeting on General Relativity
EditorsMassimo Bianchi, Robert T. Jantzen, Remo Ruffini
PublisherWorld Scientific
Publication date2017
Pages576-601
ISBN (Electronic)9789813226593
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Event14th Marcel Grossman Meeting On Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Astrophysics and Relativistic Field Theories (MG14 Meeting) - Rome, Italy
Duration: 12 Jul 201518 Jul 2015

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Conference14th Marcel Grossman Meeting On Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Astrophysics and Relativistic Field Theories (MG14 Meeting)
CountryItaly
CityRome
Period12/07/201518/07/2015

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This is an Open Access proceedings volume published by World Scientific Publishing Company. It is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0. (CC-BY) License. Further distribution of this work is permitted, provided the original work is properly cited.

Keywords

  • Background radiations
  • Cosmology
  • Dark energy
  • Dark matter
  • Galaxy clusters
  • Intracluster matter
  • Large scale structure of the universe
  • Microwave
  • Observational cosmology
  • Radio

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Battistelli, E. S., Burigana, C., De Bernardis, P., Kirillov, A. A., Neto, G. B. L., Masi, S., ... Rossetti, M. (2017). Galaxy clusters as probes for cosmology and dark matter. In M. Bianchi, R. T. Jantzen, & R. Ruffini (Eds.), Proceedings of the MG14 Meeting on General Relativity (pp. 576-601). World Scientific. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789813226609_0032
Battistelli, Elia S. ; Burigana, Carlo ; De Bernardis, Paolo ; Kirillov, Alexander A. ; Neto, Gastao B. Lima ; Masi, Silvia ; Nørgaard-Nielsen, Hans U. ; Ostermann, Peter ; Roman, Matthieu ; Rosati, Piero ; Rossetti, Mariachiara. / Galaxy clusters as probes for cosmology and dark matter. Proceedings of the MG14 Meeting on General Relativity. editor / Massimo Bianchi ; Robert T. Jantzen ; Remo Ruffini. World Scientific, 2017. pp. 576-601
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Proceedings of the MG14 Meeting on General Relativity. ed. / Massimo Bianchi; Robert T. Jantzen; Remo Ruffini. World Scientific, 2017. p. 576-601.

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Battistelli ES, Burigana C, De Bernardis P, Kirillov AA, Neto GBL, Masi S et al. Galaxy clusters as probes for cosmology and dark matter. In Bianchi M, Jantzen RT, Ruffini R, editors, Proceedings of the MG14 Meeting on General Relativity. World Scientific. 2017. p. 576-601 https://doi.org/10.1142/9789813226609_0032