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Fig. A.1


K-correction in the Gaia photometric G-band as a function of redshift. We represent the total K-correction (K) with zero point of the continuum contribution at z = 2, the continuum contributions with zero points at z = 0 and z = 2 (Kcont and Kcont,z = 2), and the emission line contribution (Kem).

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