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Left panel: resolved fast-light Stokes I image (at an observing frequency of νobs = 230 GHz) of the normal plasma (e− − p+) jet simulation. The orientation of the jet axis to our line-of-sight is θobs = 0°. Middle panel: fast-light Stokes I image of the normal plasma jet, but in which the image has been convolved with a circular Gaussian beam of FWHM 3.5 mas (shown in the lower left of the panel). Right panel: fast-light Stokes I image of the normal plasma jet, but in which an artificial Gaussian noise floor (set at ∼10−6 Jy beam−1) has been included to illustrate the extreme interferometric array sensitivity needed to detect our PIC jets even at such close proximity.
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