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Fig. 1

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Model B at λ = 1.3 mm (here PA = 0°). Rows show orbital phases of the spot at t = 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, and 0.8 from top to bottom. Left to right panels show an image of the model, that image convolved with the scattering screen, the visibility amplitude, and the visibility phase of the scatter-broadened images. The color intensity for the panels in the first two columns indicates the intensity of radiation, which has been normalized to unity. The visibility amplitude is in units of Jansky, and eighth contours are spaced by a factor of . The last column shows the corresponding map of the visibility phase. The range of uv-values for Cols. 3 and 4 is the same.

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