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Star formation rate as a function of stellar mass for the COSMOS galaxies. Grey dots are the whole COSMOS subsample of Aufort et al. (2020). Blue dots, red dots, and diamonds are the seven COSMOS quenched sources studies in this work; their position relative to the star-forming MS of galaxies before their quenching is marked by grey symbols and their evolution since quenching is indicated by the triangles coloured according to their agetrunc. For comparison, the MS of Schreiber et al. (2015) at z ∼ 0.7 is shown as a solid black line along with its dispersion (shaded grey region).

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