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Fig. 1


Radio map at 610 MHz observed with the GMRT. The x- and y-axis give relative angular distances to the pulsar PSR 160048 in right ascension and declination, respectively. An unclassified double source and PMN J1603–4904, the brightest source in that region, are clearly detected. The contours indicate the flux density level, scaled logarithmically with the lowest level set to the 3σ noise level. The restoring beam is shown as a gray ellipse in the lower left corner.

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