Maps of the emission from NGC 6762. Upper row from left to right: the stellar component distribution as traced by a continuum map made from the median flux between 6390–6490 Å, a spectral region free of line emission (“pure continuum”); the EW(Hα); Hβ; [Oiii]λ5007. Bottom row from left to right: [Oi]λ6300; Hα; [Nii]λ6584; [Sii]λ6717, 6731. All maps are presented in logarithmic scale to emphasize the relevant morphological features. Flux units are 10-16 erg cm-2 s-1. The axis origin (i.e. the center of the PPak bundle) is marked with a cross. Contours corresponding to the stellar continuum map are overplotted on all maps for reference. The contour corresponding to the minimun level is − 1.70 dex and the interval between contours is 0.25 dex. North is up and east to the left. The pixel size is 1″ (~217 pc at our assumed distance to NGC 6762 of 45 Mpc). A bar showing the physical scale of 5 kpc is plotted at the lower righthand corner in the continuum map.
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