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VI/139/herschel Herschel Observation Log (Herschel Science Centre, 2013)
The Herschel Observation Log (37093 rows)
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SPIRE

10.1710932109-462621 09 48.40-46 26 13.2OT2_eegami_6 4452012-05-11T02:52:03    get Herschel/SPIRE observation #1342245525
B/xmm/xmmlog XMM-Newton Observation Log (XMM-Newton Science Operation Center, 2012)
The XMM-Newton Observation log (2020-08-10)
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11.1206943801012014-04-17SPT-CLJ2109-4626317.45205-46.437002013-04-05T06:35:04 69754FITS PPSp0694380101Y
J/ApJ/761/22/table3 NIR galaxy cluster candidates in the SPT survey (Song+, 2012)
All candidates above ξ=4.5 in 720deg2 of the SPT-SZ survey (South Pole Telescope) (224 rows)
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Simbad

10.0J2109-4626    317.4516-46.4370 5.51     0.98 0.093   1.1 0.6317.4557-46.43761Simbad
J/ApJ/763/127/table6 Galaxy clusters discovered in the SPT survey (Reichardt+, 2013)
Galaxy clusters above 4.5σ in 720sq.deg. observed by the South Pole Telescope (SPT) (224 rows)
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Simbad

10.0  J2109-4626  317.4516-46.437010421 5.32 4.33 3.24 5.51 0.25   0.98 0.09   3.00 0.86Simbad
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