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Fig. 12


Top: observed rotational splittings as a function of νν for the Kepler star KIC 5356201 (Beck et al. 2012). For this star, the mean large separation is Δν = 15.92 μHz while the mean g-mode spaging is ΔΠ = 86.11 s and the maximum rotational splittings is δνmax = 0.405 nHz. Bottom: rotational splittings normalized to δνmax are folded with (ν − ν0)/Δν.

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