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Fig. 11.


Comparison of synthetic and observed photometry. Top panel: SED. Colored data points represent the filter-averaged fluxes, which were converted from observed magnitudes; the respective filter width is indicated by dashed horizontal lines. The gray solid line represents a synthetic spectrum computed from a model atmosphere with the best-fit effective temperature. Panels at the bottom and on the right-hand side: differences between synthetic and observed magnitudes and colors. The following color codes are used to identify the photometric systems: Johnson (blue), APASS g, r, i (yellow), SkyMapper (yellow), Gaia (cyan), 2MASS (red), and WISE (magenta).

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