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Fig. 9


Contour maps of the MSTO and BSS populations overlaid on the individual stars, shown as dots. The outer (red) ellipse is the tidal radius of the galaxy. The inner (red) ellipse is the largest ellipse not influenced by contour deformation caused by the proximity of the edge of observational coverage. The outermost contour in each plot is defined as 1% of the foreground corrected maximum intensity level. Subsequent contour levels increase by a factor 2 for each contour. North is up, and east is to the left.

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