A1314.-The very short PSPC exposure (2 ks) of this poor but very nearby
cluster indicates, although within large statistical error bars, that
A13l4 may host soft excess emission throughout the central ~500 kpc
where cluster emission is detected.
Abell 1314: Fig. 1h. This cluster shows very clumpy, elongated X-ray
emission, and a strong X-ray centroid shift. This elongation is also
present in the galaxy distribution, which shows a definite ellipticity,
and is oriented mainly E-W (Flin et al. 1995). The cluster contains two
NAT radio sources with the western NAT direction aligned with the local
X-ray emission. Although not detectable here, the NAT to the east
(IC 711) has one of the longest tails ever detected, extending 17 arcmin
(630 kpc) at a wavelength of 74 cm (Vallee & Roger 1987).