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Fig. 2.


1st row: SPHERE J and H-band intensity images as well as the NACO Ks-band image and the WFPC2 F814W image of CS Cha. North is up and east to the left. In all images the position of the faint companion candidate is indicated by a white dashed circle. 2nd row: same images as above but subtracted with a 180° rotated version of themselves to remove the bright stellar halo. In the case of WFPC2 we subtracted a reference star scaled to the flux of CS Cha to remove the bright stellar PSF and especially the bright diffraction spike on top of the companion position. In the WFPC2 images we removed the central columns containing the PSF peak since they were heavily saturated.

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