Fig. 14


Three-dimensional configuration of five superstructures identified in the bright XXL cluster sample. XLSSC-a: located in the northern field with an average redshift of z ~ 0.05. XLSSC-b: a double structure in the northern field at z ~ 0.14. The western component is centred on XLSSC 060 (also known as Abell 329). XLSSC-c: located in the southern field at z ~ 0.17. It is centred on the cluster Abell 4005, which we resolve into two subcomponents (XLSSC 535 and 536). XLSSC-d: located in the northern field at z ~ 0.29. The central pair of clusters has already been identified in the XMM-LSS in Pacaud et al. (2007). XLSSC-e: This z = 0.43 supercluster in the northern field is studied in depth in Paper VII. Clusters published in Paper VII that do not pertain to the XXL-100-GC sample are in blue. The symbol size reflects the cluster masses inferred in Paper VII.

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