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Fig. 3


Sketch of the scheme for radiative transfer calculations. Stellar light moves outwards from the star to a point at which some of the light is scattered towards a distant observer. From this point light travels through the outer (case A) or first through the inner and then the outer (case B) before it reaches the boundary of our model.

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