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Fig. 5


Temporal evolution of the component radial separation from the core at 15, 43, and 86 GHz, from top to bottom. While the long-term kinematical behaviour of PKS 1502 + 106 is visible at the lowest frequency, 43 and 86 GHz observations allow for a high-resolution view towards the inner jet of PKS 1502 + 106. Components C1 and C2 identified across all frequencies can be seen; they are highlighted with the same colour code.

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