Select one or several positions on the sky and MAGYC returns nearby known clusters and/or provides multiwavelength maps from publically available large surveys in SZ, optical and X-rays. When possible, optical cluster detection based on the WaZP algorithm is performed and proposes quantities such as redshift, optical richness and galaxy membership.Start with a query
To cite MAGYC, please add in your acknowledgments: “This work uses data provided by the Multi wAvelength GalaxY Clusters (MAGYC) web service of the Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur and Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale”.
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