Mapping galaxy clusters in the distant universe

Helmut Dannerbauer, Eelco Van Kampen, Jose Afonso, Paola Andreani, Fabrizio Arrigoni Battaia, Frank Bertoldi, Caitlin Casey, Chian Chou Chen, David L. Clements, Carlos De Breuck, Brenda Frye, James Geach, Kevin Harrington, Masao Hayashi, Shuowen Jin, Pamela Klaassen, Kotaro Kohno, Matthew D. Lehnert, Israel Matute, Tony MroczkowskiAllison Noble, Ciro Pappalardo, Yoichi Tamura, Jorge Zavala

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Abstract

We present the science case for mapping several thousand galaxy (proto)clusters at z = 1 − 10 with a large aperture single dish sub-mm facility, producing a high-redshift counterpart to local large surveys of rich clusters like the well-studied Abell catalogue. Principal goals of a large survey of distant clusters are the evolution of galaxy clusters over cosmic time and the impact of environment on the evolution and formation of galaxies. To make a big leap forward in this emerging research field, the community would benefit from a large-format, wide-band, direct-detection spectrometer (e.g., based on MKID technology), covering a wide field of ∼1 square degree and a frequency coverage from 70 to 700 GHz.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalUnknown Journal
StatePublished - Mar 14 2019

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