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The XXL Survey XIV. AAOmega Redshifts for the Southern XXL Field

  • C. Lidman (a1), F. Ardila (a1) (a2), M. Owers (a1) (a3), C. Adami (a4), L. Chiappetti (a5), F. Civano (a6) (a7), A. Elyiv (a8) (a9), F. Finet (a10) (a11), S. Fotopoulou (a12), A. Goulding (a12) (a13), E. Koulouridis (a14), O. Melnyk (a15) (a16), F. Menanteau (a17) (a18), F. Pacaud (a19), M. Pierre (a14), M. Plionis (a20), J. Surdej (a11) and T. Sadibekova (a14)...
Abstract

We present a catalogue containing the redshifts of 3 660 X-ray selected targets in the XXL southern field. The redshifts were obtained with the AAOmega spectrograph and 2dF fibre positioner on the Anglo-Australian Telescope. The catalogue contains 1 515 broad line AGN, 528 stars, and redshifts for 41 out of the 49 brightest X-ray selected clusters in the XXL southern field.

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* Data for this paper is deposited here: http://dx.doi.org/10.4225/50/567a71da1efb4.
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