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Fig. 12

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Left: radial distributions of total intensity at a resolution of 25′′ at λ20.1 cm (upper curve) and at λ6.2 cm (lower curve), determined from the averages in rings of 0.5 radial width in the plane of the galaxy (i = 31°, PA = 37°). Right: the radial distributions at λ6.2 cm, from top to bottom: total intensity (blue diamonds), nonthermal intensity (black upwards triangles), thermal intensity (red circles), and polarized intensity (green downwards triangles) at a resolution of 25′′, determined from the averages in rings of 0.5 radial width in the plane of the galaxy. The thermal and nonthermal intensities are reliable up to about 7 radius, where the spectral index could be determined with sufficient accuracy (see Fig. 10). The error bars are determined by the rms noise values in each ring. At the assumed distance, 1 corresponds to about 1 kpc.

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