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Fig. 21


Mean SED of the quenching subsample found in the GOODS sample (red), compared to the mean SED of MS galaxies (cyan) at the same mass range, normalized and de-redshifted. We note the prominent Balmer break (0.4 μm), indicative of an aging population, and the weaker emission lines of the quenching SED. The average extinction is otherwise very similar.

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