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Copyright by Royal Astronomical Society. 1989MNRAS.238..881L The spatial distribution of X-ray clusters of galaxies O. Lahav, A. C. Edge, A. C. Fabian and A. Putney Institute of Astronomy, Madingley Road, Cambridge CB3 0HA Department of Physics, University of Leicester, Leicester LE1 7RH Center for Space Research, MIT Cambridge, MA 02139, USA Accepted 1989 January 11. Received 1989 January 11; in original form 1988 November 29 Summary. A reasonably complete all-sky sample of the 53 X-ray brightest clusters of galaxies is presented. A high frequency of pairs is noted and also an exceptional concentration in the direction of the 'Great Attractor', but at a much larger distance. The dipole moment of the X-ray clusters does not coincide with that of the microwave background dipole. The two-point correlation function of the X-ray clusters is unity on a scale of ~2000 km s^-1^.
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