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Fig. 5


Zoom of a two-color image of the region around blob D. This image was constructed using the K2 observation of JD = 2458288.19 (red) and the weighted sum of all the IFS images (collapsed against wavelength) and rotated for a Keplerian motion assuming that the star has a mass of 1.7 M (blue). This last image is for the same epoch as the K2 observation. For clarity, the region within 0.28 arcsec from the star (i.e., within the outer edge of Ring 1) was masked in the K2-band image. The green circle is centered on the position of the blob measured in the K2 image. We note the different aspect and small offset between the position of the blob in the K2 image with respect to that at shorter wavelength. The white solid line represents 1 arcsec. N is up and E to the left. The white cross marks the position of the star.

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