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Fig. 2


Left panel: mass-loss rate per surface unit as a function of the co-latitude θ. The pole is on the left, the equator on the right. The mass-loss rate per surface unit is normalised to 1 in the non-rotating case, thus is expressed without units. Right panel: 2D colour plot of the mass-loss rate per surface unit. The x-axis is the co-latitude, the y-axis the rotation parameter ω = Ω/Ωcrit. The colour scale on the right indicates the local mass-loss rate per surface unit, from blue for the lower mass loss flux to red for the higher.

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