rich cluster

rich cluster

See clusters of galaxies.

rich cluster

[¦rich ¦kləs·tər]
(astronomy)
A galaxy cluster that has relatively many member galaxies.
References in classic literature ?
The eyes were wide open, and her brown hair fell in two rich clusters on her shoulders, and on her white dress, disordered by the want of the lost ribbon.
It's a rich cluster, but its stars are much fainter than those in M47--most are magnitude 10 or dimmer.
Embedded software safety is one of the top requirements for vehicle systems designers, and our ability to merge safety-critical information from vehicle systems without compromising rich cluster graphics or functionality has been very well received by our customers, stated Rainer Oder, general manager, Mentor Automotive.
It is a rich cluster of stars embedded in the diffuse nebula which extends slightly southwards away from the stars.
The capital was chosen due to its rich cluster of hospitals and clinical infrastructure, logistics, universities, talent and its reputation as an international business hub with proximity to the supporting financial sector.
The key areas for understanding how environment shaped galaxy evolution in the past universe may be where red-burning galaxies are most numerous, in small groups on the outskirts of the rich cluster rather than within it.
He said Gateway Park has a rich cluster of science and technology, with the forethought to include housing.
In all, this is a significant volume of essays, many of them minor gems, that engage with several of the most compelling areas of current Conrad studies; it is a volume that will be very useful to both scholars and to other, more casual students of this rich cluster of subjects.
The first was the appointment of a coach whose instructions could be instantly understood by the players and the other factor was the emergence of a rich cluster of young Scottish talent.
The Ex-Jobseeker and Carers/Dependants clusters had the highest proportions of Maori (35% and 31% respectively), while the Work Rich cluster had the lowest (17%).
The principal thesis of this paper is that determinism imperils a rich cluster of the moral sentiments, and to the extent that these sentiments are implicated by interpersonal relationships, moral responsibility, or the stance of treating or holding others or oneself morally responsible, determinism imperils these things as well.
John Herschel discovered the group in 1831 and described it as a moderately rich cluster with two or three bright stars and about 20 diminutive stars of magnitude 13 to 15.