The spectral fit for SMC AB 11. The brown boxes in the top panel are the photometry attributed to the WR star alone, while the blue boxes refer to photometry that comprises the flux from a companion separated by approximately 1.2″ (see Appendix B for details). The brown dotted line represents the best fitting PoWR model for the WN star, while the green dashed line shows a black body spectrum at 4.6 kK as a rough approximation to the nearby red star. The photometry with large apertures (blue boxes) are obviously determined by the red star for λ ≳ 8000 Å. The straight red line is the combined model SED that incorporates the flux from the WN star and the line-of-sight companion.
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