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Fig. C.6


Relative flux (left) and relative velocity (right) with respect to main-belt asteroid Ceres for approximately the focusing phase (2010–2013) of the solar cycle for the 4 positions indicated in 5 (right). The variation in velocity is mainly due to the direction in which Ceres moves with respect to the ISD flow direction. The reference β-curve is shown as a black line.

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