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Fig. 3


Same as Fig. 2 but zoomed in on unstable region at the edge of what was the hydrogen-burning convective core before the beginning of helium burning. The blue dots indicate zones which are unstable to dynamical shear. Each dot indicates an extended shear unstable zone, which is surrounded by shear stable layers. The gray areas are convective regions.

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