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The Fornax Cluster is the nearest galaxy cluster in the southern sky. NGC 1404 is a bright elliptical galaxy falling through the intracluster medium of the Fornax Cluster. The sharp leading edge of NGC 1404 forms a classical "cold front" that separates 0.6 keV dense interstellar medium and 1.5 keV diffuse intracluster medium. We measure the angular pressure variation along the cold front using a very deep (670 ksec) Chandra X-ray observation. We are taking the classical approach -- usingdoi:10.3847/1538-4357/835/1/19 fatcat:igmexsdbmnes5i7miqv4lbxsn4