Dictionary of Nomenclature of Celestial Objects

 ciated galaxy clusters    (CARLA = Clusters Around Radio-Loud AGN). That work is reported in    Wylezalek et al. (2013, 2014).  Our follow-up 40 orbit Hubble program is    starting to confirm some of these clusters, and our desire is to use the    "CARLA" designation for spectroscopically confirmed clusters. The first    spectroscopic confirmation is submitted, and the next set of two papers    should be submitted this month.  We are also doing ground-based follow-up    using a variety of telescopes (i.e., Keck, VLT, Palomar, ....).
Wylezalek et al. (2013ApJ...769...79W, 2014ApJ...786...17W)
Cooke et al. (submitted); Noirot et al. (in prep.); Rettura et al. (in prep.) Notes:The actual source coordinates listed above are for the target radio-loud AGN, but the AGN isn't always exactly at the cluster center (nor is it always obvious to identify the center of a young, forming cluster). Thus our desire to use the HHMM+DDMM format rather than something more exact. Auth.:Daniel Stern

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