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Fig. 19.


Various masks used for the lensing analysis and consistency tests. The top-left mask is the default lensing mask, including cutting out point sources, resolved SZ clusters, and the Galaxy; the top-middle mask shows the difference between the new mask and the one used for the 2015 analysis. The remaining masks are used for consistency tests, as described in Sect. 4.2. The dust masks are constructed by thresholding the smoothed pixel variance obtained from the product of the two half-mission 545-GHz Planck maps after filtering to include only multipoles 1000 ≤  ≤ 2000.

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