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Fig. 17.

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Thermal (green), kinetic (orange), and relativistic (light blue) SZ effect for a simulated cluster at redshift z = 0.4, with a mass of 1015M and a temperature of 20 keV, which is moving at 1000 km h−1 towards the observer. From left to right, we present the measured CONCERTO SEDs for tSZ+kSZ and rSZ+tSZ, including uncertainties (red and blue dots, respectively) for different radial bins with respect to the centre of the cluster (θ in arcmin) up to the cluster’s characteristic radius, θ500, which is the radial angular distance at which the mean cluster density is 500 times the critical density at the cluster redshift.

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