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Planck early results. VIII. The all-sky early Sunyaev-Zeldovich
Astronomy & Astrophysics, 536 (A8).
We present the first all-sky sample of galaxy clusters detected blindly by the Planck satellite through the Sunyaev-Zeldovich (SZ) effect from
its six highest frequencies. This early SZ (ESZ) sample is comprised of 189 candidates, which have a high signal-to-noise ratio ranging from 6
to 29. Its high reliability (purity above 95%) is further ensured by an extensive validation process based on Planck internal quality assessments
and by external cross-identification and follow-up observations. Planck provides the first measured SZ signal for about 80% of the 169 previouslyknown
ESZ clusters. Planck furthermore releases 30 new cluster candidates, amongst which 20 meet the ESZ signal-to-noise selection criterion.
At the submission date, twelve of the 20 ESZ candidates were confirmed as new clusters, with eleven confirmed using XMM-Newton snapshot
observations, most of them with disturbed morphologies and low luminosities. The ESZ clusters are mostly at moderate redshifts (86% with z
below 0.3) and span more than a decade in mass, up to the rarest and most massive clusters with masses above 1 × 1015 M.
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