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Fig. 6

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Face-on (left column) and edge-on (right column) disk plots at the final time step after an encounter at rperi = 100 AU by a 1 M perturber at orbital inclinations a) i = 40°; b) i = 130°; c) i = 140°; and d) i = 150°. The vertical solid black line indicates the disk size from the steepest gradient in the long-term averaged surface density profile. The vertical dashed black line indicates the disk size from the steepest gradient in the projected surface density profile. The different colors indicate particle inclinations (see legend).

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