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Current estimates of the values of ΩΛ and Ω M are based on plots such as the one shown in Fig. 4. 00 Fig. 4 The observations that led to a nonzero Λ. The top plot shows the distance moduli (relating to actual distance) plotted as a function of redshift, z. The observed points are shown as dots, along with best fit model curves utilizing different combinations of Ω Λ and Ω M . 3 model curve from the data points. 3 model. From: Perlmutter, S. , The Supernova Cosmology Project, 1999, ApJ, 517, pp.
The resulting plot is a plane that shows the distribution of galaxies in depth. It is seen that galaxies are mainly found in large filamentary structures, which can be thought of as walls separating large empty regions known as voids. jpg. Hubble Deep Field HST WFPC2 ST Scl OPO January 15, 1996 R. Wllliams and the HDF Team (ST Scl) and NASA Fig. 9 Deep HST field of an “empty” region. Regions of the sky that appear empty to the naked eye are filled with galaxies, as shown in this famous Hubble deep field.
4 N-body gravitational systems 37 Fig. 5 The Hercules cluster of galaxies. Note the mix of elliptical and spiral galaxies. html. Credit: Dr. Victor Andersen (University of Alabama, KPNO). an expression for estimating the total mass of the cluster. 2 3 Vrad Rc . G The radius of the cluster, Rc , can be estimated if the distance to the cluster is known (obtained from the Hubble relation). Masses of clusters, obtained in the above manner, have led to estimates of the mass-to-light ratio, that is Mtot = Mtot M ≈ 200 .