Template:Infobox supercluster

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{{{name}}}
{{{image}}}

Credit: {{{credit}}}
Observation data (Epoch {{{epoch}}})
Constellation(s) {{{constellation}}}
Right ascension {{{ra}}}
Declination {{{dec}}}
Brightest member {{{brightest_member}}}
Number of clusters {{{member_no}}}
Major axis {{{major_axis_mpc}}}
Minor axis {{{minor_axis_mpc}}}
Redshift {{{redshift}}}
Distance
(co-moving)
{{{distance}}}
Binding mass {{{mass}}} M
Luminosity (specify) {{{luminosity}}}
Flux (specify) {{{flux}}}
Other designations
{{{other_names}}}
See also: Galaxy groups, Galaxy clusters, List of superclusters
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Infobox for articles on superclusters of galaxies. Intended for the creation of new supercluster pages and for updating older pages with outdated infoboxes.

Usage[edit]

{{Infobox supercluster
| name = 
| image = 
| caption = 
| credit = 
| epoch = 
| constellation = 
| ra = {{RA|00|00}} or {{Deg2HMS|000.000|sup=yes}}
| dec = {{DEC|±00|00}}
| brightest_member = 
| member_no = 
| major_axis_mpc = {{convert|000|Mpc|Mly|0|abbr=on|lk=on}} {{hub|0.00}}
| minor_axis_mpc = {{convert|000|Mpc|Mly|0|abbr=on|lk=on}} {{hub|0.00}}
| redshift = 
| distance = {{convert|000|Mpc|Mly|0|abbr=on|lk=on}} {{hub|0.00}}
| mass = 0{{e|14}} {{hub|0.00}} <!-- In solar masses -->
| luminosity = ({{solar luminosity|link=y}}, if applicable)
| flux = 
| other_names = 
}}




Parameters[edit]

name[edit]

<Name of the object> Supercluster, i.e. Shapley Supercluster

image[edit]

Associated image of the object: [[Image:name.png|400px]]

caption[edit]

Text underneath the image.

credit[edit]

To whom do we owe this great pleasure?

epoch[edit]

Equatorial coordinates based on which epoch? If other than J2000, please find or convert to J2000.

constellation[edit]

Wikilink(s) to constellation(s).

ra[edit]

{{RA|00|00}} or {{Deg2HMS|000.000|sup=yes}}

dec[edit]

{{DEC|±00|00}}

brightest_member[edit]

The brightest cluster.

member_no[edit]

The number of galaxy clusters belonging to the supercluster.

major_axis_mpc[edit]

The major axis of the supercluster in h−1
 
, h−1
0.70
, h−1
0.75
, etc., megaparsecs. See distance section.

minor_axis_mpc[edit]

The minor axis of the supercluster in h−1
 
, h−1
0.70
, h−1
0.75
, etc., megaparsecs. See distance section.

redshift[edit]

  • z, if ≳ 0.1 : 0.8
  • z (km/s), if ≲ 0.1 : 0.0717 (21 500 km/s)

distance[edit]

NED's default value for the dimensionless Hubble parameter is 0.73 using the WMAP 3-year results, but one is able to change this to match the WMAP 5-year results with h=0.705.

  • If measurement is left in 'units' of h: {{hub}} gives h−1
     
  • If h=0.73 is used: {{hub|0.73}} gives h−1
    0.73
  • {{convert|100|Mpc|Mly|2|abbr=on|lk=on}} {{hub|0.73}} gives 100 Mpc (326.16 Mly) h−1
    0.73
  • {{convert|100|+/-|20|Mpc|Mly|abbr=on|lk=on}} {{hub|0.73}} gives 100 ± 20 Mpc (326 ± 65 Mly) h−1
    0.73
  • Use Gpc as appropriate and/or feel free to leave off the light-year conversion if it becomes unwieldy. Parsecs are less ambiguous and are preferred over light-years, especially at cosmological scales.

mass[edit]

  • 1.4{{e|14}} {{hub|0.70}} gives 1.4×1014 h−1
    0.70
    M

luminosity[edit]

Make sure to specify the passband:

  • X-ray luminosity is usually given in erg s−1 for some keV range.
    • 1.4{{e|14}} [[erg]] s<sup>−1</sup> (0.1–2.4 [[electron volt|keV]]) gives 1.4×1014 erg s−1 (0.1–2.4 keV)
  • Visible or bolometric luminosity is usually given in L.

flux[edit]

If available, use alternatively to luminosity. Make sure to specify the passband.

  • X-ray flux, usually given in erg s−1 cm−2 for some keV range.
    • (1.4 ± 0.2){{e|-11}} [[erg]] s<sup>−1</sup> cm<sup>−2</sup> (0.1–2.4 [[electron volt|keV]]) gives (1.4 ± 0.2)×1011 erg s−1 cm−2 (0.1–2.4 keV)

other_names[edit]

Please don't list all the cross-identifications in NED for each object.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]