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Fig. E.1


Coefficient of drag of a dwarf galaxy throughout its orbit against the Reynolds number of the flow (calculated using the hot gas viscosity, not the numerical). The solid lines show the mean of the coefficient of drag for NRPS-50 (cyan) and NRPS-100 (magenta) within each (logarithmic) Reynolds number bin. Dashed lines show the standard deviation on each bin. A fit to the changing coefficient of drag of a sphere versus Reynolds number from Mikhailov & Freire (2013) is shown with a black line.

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