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Upper left panel: slow-light interpolated Stokes I image (at an observing frequency of νobs = 1 GHz) of the normal plasma (e − p+) jet. Upper right panel: corresponding slow-light interpolated Stokes I image of the pair plasma (e − e+) jet. Hybrid computational grids (constructed using the scheme illustrated in Fig. 2) were used in each ray-tracing calculation. Middle left panel: rendering of the LP intensity of the normal plasma jet. White line segments indicate the electric vector position angles (EVPAs) as projected onto the plane of the sky. The effects of relativistic aberration (see Lyutikov et al. 2005) on the orientation of these EVPAs have been included in these calculations. Middle right panel: corresponding LP intensity image of the pair plasma jet. Lower left panel: stokes V image of the normal plasma jet highlighting the different regions within the jet that produce positive and negative CP. Lower right panel: corresponding Stokes V image of the pair plasma jet. All six images have been convolved with a circular Gaussian beam of FWHM 7.5 mas (shown in the lower left of each panel).

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