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Fig. 1


Sketch of spine-layer geometry. A faster inner core, or spine, is surrounded by a low-velocity layer. Both regions emit low-energy synchrotron photons. Due to the relative motion, the low-energy emission of the layer is amplified in the spine frame and dominates the photo-meson cooling of high-energy protons.

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