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Jeremiah Ostriker on-camera: text
One of the things that any model would like to do is model clusters of
galaxies, you have now how many of them there are per unit volume, how
much x-rays each one is emitting, what its size will be, what the
temperature of the x-rays will be on it. And then you could compare with,
for example, the observations of the ROSAT satellite.
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