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NGC 6762: the panels to the left and right illustrate the main output from spectral synthesis in the blue and red spectral range, respectively, for a single spaxel in the brightest nuclear zone (top panels) and in the fainter periphery of the galaxy (~10′′ from the nucleus; bottom panels). The red and blue lines correspond to the observed and modeled stellar spectrum, respectively. By subtracting the latter from the former we obtain the pure nebular emission line spectrum (black). The spectra are offset in arbitrary units (au) for the sake of clarity.

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