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Fig. 4


Latitude distribution of various components averaged over the longitude range 20° to 30°. The first and third columns show the total emission (solid line) with the parabolic fit (dotted line) and the second and fourth columns show the narrow component. The pulsar data are at Nside = 64 to account for the low sampling and include all ages; young and old pulsars are shown separately in Fig. 7. The northern Gould Belt system can be seen at positive latitudes at all frequencies. The broad 15° wide synchrotron component is evident in the 408 MHz cut.

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