Fig. 3


Noise distribution for the final 2.1 GHz mosaic of XXL-S (black histogram). The red histogram is the rms noise distribution for the same mosaic with the peeling step excluded. This demonstrates that the peeling reduced the number of high-noise pixels and increased the number of low-noise pixels.

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