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Table 2

Stellar and interstellar boundary conditions.

at 0.03 pc ISM

n [part./cm-3] 6 11
v [km s-1] 2500 80
T [K] 917 9000
RTS [pc] 0.66
RAP [pc] 0.93
RBS [pc] 1.1

Notes. The stellar-centric distances of the termination shock RTS, the astropause RAP, and the bow shock RBS are from the model described here. The stellar wind parameters are taken from Henrichs & Sudnik (2013). As interstellar temperature we use the diffuse ionized medium temperature derived by Reynolds et al. (1999). The density value is estimated from integrating the HI slice at the position and the velocities expected for the distance of λ Cephei based on data of the Canadian Galactic Plane Survey (Taylor et al. 2003).

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