EVAC Observing Program - Abell Galaxy Clusters 
5/20/20
                                       
Abell     Const. Brightest Galaxy 10th Mag.   RA (J2000)   Dec (J2000)   Z   Corrected   NASA RAD Diameter   # Gal  
Std AstroBin                   RedShift   RedShift   ArcMin (Degrees)      
                                       
0076     CET IC1565 15   00 39.8   6.8   0.04   0.0416   43.9 1.46   42  
0119     CET UGC 579 15   00 56.4   -1.3   0.05   0.0440   41.6 1.39   69  
0194     CET NGC 541 13.9   01 25.5   -1.5   0.02   0.1780   99.1 3.30   37  
0262     AND NGC 708 13.3   01 52.8   36.2   0.02   0.1610   109.3 3.64   40  
0347     AND NGC 906 13.3   02 25.8   41.9   0.02   0.0187   94.5 3.15   32  
0400     CET MCG-1-8-27 13.9   02 57.6   6   0.02   0.0232   76.6 2.55   58  
0407     PER UGC 2491 14.7   02 58.7   35.6   0.05   0.0470   39.1 1.30   46  
0426     PER NGC 1275 12.5   03 18.6   41.5   0.02   0.0183   96.5 3.22   88  
0539     ORI UGC 3274 14.4   05 16.6   6.5   0.02   0.0278   64.4 2.15   50  
0671     CNC IC 2376 14.9   08 28.5   30.4   0.05   0.0494   37.4 1.25   38  
130+ 0779 Image   LYN NGC 2832 13.8   09 19.9   33.8   0.05   0.0266   78.6 2.62   32  
66+ 1016 Image   LEO IC 613 15.4   10 27.1   1101   0.03   0.0321   56.1 1.87   37  
1060     HYA NGC 3309 12.7   10 36.9   -27.5   0.01   0.0114   153.3 5.11   50  
110+ 1142 Image   LEO NGC 3492 15.4   11 00.9   -10.6   0.04   0.0353   51.3 1.71   35  
1185     UMA NGC 3550 14.3   11 10.8   28.7   0.04   0.0309   58.2 1.94   52  
1213     UMA UGC 6292 14.5   11 16.5   29.3   0.05   0.0468   39.3 1.31   51  
200+ 1228 Image   UMA UGC 6394 13.8   11 21.5   34.4   0.03   0.0351   51.5 1.72   50  
300+ 1314 Image   UMA IC 708 13.9   11 34.8   49.1   0.03   0.0341   53 1.77   44  
300+ 1367 Image   LEO NGC 3842 13.5   11 44.5   19.8   0.02   0.0215   82.5 2.75   51  
200+ 1377 Image   UMA MCG+9-19-196 15   11 47.0   55.7   0.05   0.0566   36 1.20   56  
450+ 1656 Image   COM NGC 4874 13.5   12 59.8   28   0.02   0.0514   76.6 2.55   59  
350+ 2065 Image   CRB MCG-5-36-20 15.6   15 22.7   27.7   0.07   0.0721   26.4 0.88   109  
400+ 2147 Image   HER UGC 10143 13.8   16 02.3   15.9   0.04   0.0356   50.9 1.70   52  
385+ 2151 Image   HER NGC 6042 13.8   16 05.2   17.8   0.04   0.0371   48.9 1.63   87  
250+ 2197 Image   HER NGC 6146 13.9   16 28.2   40.9   0.03   0.0303   59.3 1.98   73  
300+ 2199 Image   HER NGC 6166 13.9   16 28.6   39.5   0.03   0.0303   59.3 1.98   88  
2256     UMI NGC 6331 15.3   17 03.6   78.6   0.06   0.0589   31.8 1.06   88  
2593     PEG NGC 7649 15.1   23 24.3   14.6   0.04   0.0433   42.3 1.41   42  
2666     PEG NGC 7768 13.8   23 50.9   27.2   0.03   0.0265   67.4 2.25   34  
                                       
3526     CEN NGC 4696 13.2   12 48.8   -41.3   0.01   0.0110   158.8 5.29   33  
3574     CEN IC 4329 13.4   13 49.2   -30.3   0.02   0.0141   124.4 4.15   31  
3744     CAP NGC 7018 14.7   21 07.2   -25.4   0.04   0.0301   59.7 1.99   70  
4038     SCL IC 5358 14.2   23 47.7   -28.1   0.03   0.0283   63.3 2.11   117  
Tempe 111 54  33 22.5
Visible Over House -34 (20 D above)
-54 (Hor)
Abell_Radius https://heasarc.gsfc.nasa.gov/W3Browse/galaxy-catalog/abellzcat.html
The Abell radius of the cluster, used to measure the compactness of the cluster, is the distance out to which cluster members were counted. It is defined as 1.72/z arcminutes, where z is the redshift of the cluster, which is equivalent to 1.5 h-1 Mpc, where h is the dimensionless Hubble constant in units of 100 km s-1 Mpc-1. Thus, for h= 0.75, i.e., a Hubble constant of 75 km s-1 Mpc-1, the Abell radius corresponds to a physical dimension of 2 Mpc.
Better Source: NASA Search Table  Radius stated in ArcMin
https://heasarc.gsfc.nasa.gov/db-perl/W3Browse/w3table.pl?tablehead=name%3Dabellzcat&Action=More+Options