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Be aware that some of the data products provided on this page are extremely large. These data products offered through this web page are free to use for scientific purpose. Please respect our individual requests for acknowledgements and citations which are given for each of the data products. Please also send us links to papers which make use of the data so that we can add them to the publication list. We also grant access to data products not directly provided on this webpage, so do not hesitate to contact us.

SZ products, SPT/PLANCK

SZ Lightcone

Data will be uploaded soon.

X-ray products, eROSITA/Athena+

eROSITA Lightcone

We are currently re-computing the eROSITA light-cone. Data will be made available as soon as they are ready.

This are cluster and AGN catalogers from the Box2/hr (352 Mpc/h) simulation produced for the eROSITA cluster working group. It contains files for 12 outputs between z=5 and z=0. Basic properties are given for clusters (amongst them M500 and R500) and AGNs (amongst them bolometric luminosity). For more details on the meaning of the columns of the different files see their header as well as the included README file.

Download Cluster & AGN catalouge: eROSITA_cluster_agn_box2hr.tar.gz (128MB)

Please acknowledge Michaela Hirschmann, Veronica Biffi and Klaus Dolag and cite the Magneticum Papers Hirschmann et al. 2014 and Dolag et al. 2015 (in prep).

Athena+ Pointings

Here you can find some photon files produced by PHOX from Box2/hr at redshift z=2, pointing onto a cluster with Mvir=2x1014 Msol/h. A 10ks exposure with the WFI as well as a 40ks pointing of the XIF instrument is included.

Data will be uploaded soon.

Galaxy catalogues, EUCLID


Galaxy Lightcone

This is a 5x5 degree field of view light-cone reaching z=2. The light-cone consists of 27 independent slices between z=0.017 and z=2.15, the geometrical configuration can be found within the included wmap.geometry.dat, which amongst other information contains the starting and ending redshift for the individual slices.

In addition to the position of clusters within the light-cone the files wmap.XXX.cluster.dat also give some basic properties of the clusters, amongst them ztrue, zobs, M500 and R500.

In addition to the position of the galaxies within the light-cone, the files wmap.XXX.galaxies.dat give also some basic properties of the galaxies, amongst them the rest frame luminosity in various bands and the star-formation rate.

The pictures on the left show as example the mass-metallicty relation (upper panel) and the color-magnitude (lower panel) taken from two different slices of the light-cone.

Additional data files give also the original, 3D positions of the clusters and the galaxies within the simulation.

For more details on the meaning of the columns of the different files see the README file which comes with the light-cone.

Download galaxy light-cone: euclid_lightcone.tar.gz (1.3GB)

Please acknowledge Alex Saro and Klaus Dolag and cite the Magneticum Papers Hirschmann et al. 2014 and Dolag et al. 2015 (in prep).

One eigth of of the sky

Similar to before, this is a 1/8th of a sky-wedge, reaching out to z=0.44679256. The wedge consist of 13 independent slices between z=0.0 and z=0.44679256, the geometrical configuration can be found in wmap.geometry.dat. For z up to 0.21372931 Box2/hr was used, for redshift above Box2b/hr was used. Note that the z=0.21372931 slice contains contributions from Box2/hr (snap 116) and Box2b/hr (snap 031). Every Box is duplicated twice along each direction to fit in the wedges, am example geometry can be found in sketch.jpg. It coontains sligly more than 30 Million galaxies.
Download the wedge: OneEightSky_z0.45_box2b_hr.tar.gz (2.7GB)

Duplicating the Box up to five times along each direction to fit in the wedges, we extended the the catalogues up to z=1.3. An example geometry can be found in sketch_outer_box.jpg. This version coontains sligly more than 450 Million galaxies.
Download the wedge: OneEightSky_z1.3_box2b_hr.tar.gz (40.3GB !)

Please acknowledge Alex Saro and Klaus Dolag and cite the Magneticum Papers Hirschmann et al. 2014 and Dolag et al. 2015 (in prep).