The Observational Status of Super Clusters at High Redshifts
This field is in a state of flux. The significance of the results on the distribution of objects depends on observations of large and homogeneous samples. The increasing interest in the field and the continual instrumental advances are such that more and better data become available every month. Here, I am presenting the status of the field as of July 1987.
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