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A&A
Volume 524, December 2010
Article Number A99
Number of page(s) 28
Section Interstellar and circumstellar matter
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201014810
Published online 25 November 2010

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Appendix A: Polarization spectra of S Per at 1667 and 1612 MHz

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S Per 1667 MHz OH maser. The Stokes parameter I flux as a function of time and velocity.

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S Per 1667 MHz OH maser. The Stokes parameter V flux as a function of time and velocity.

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S Per 1667 MHz OH maser. The linearly polarized flux p as a function of time and velocity.

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S Per 1667 MHz OH maser. The degree of circular polarization as a function of time and velocity.

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S Per 1667 MHz OH maser. The degree of linear polarization as a function of time and velocity.

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S Per 1667 MHz OH maser. The position angle of linear polarization as a function of time and velocity.

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S Per 1612 MHz OH maser. The Stokes parameter I flux as a function of time and velocity.

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Appendix B: Polarization spectra of VX Sgr at 1667 and 1612 MHz

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VX Sgr 1667 MHz OH maser. The Stokes parameter I flux as a function of time and velocity.

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VX Sgr 1667 MHz OH maser. The Stokes parameter V flux as a function of time and velocity.

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VX Sgr 1667 MHz OH maser. The linearly polarized flux p as a function of time and velocity.

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VX Sgr 1667 MHz OH maser. The degree of circular polarization as a function of time and velocity.

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VX Sgr 1667 MHz OH maser. The degree of linear polarization as a function of time and velocity.

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VX Sgr 1667 MHz OH maser. The position angle of linear polarization as a function of time and velocity (v < 5.5 km s-1).

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thumbnail Fig. B.7

VX Sgr 1612 MHz OH maser. The Stokes parameter I flux as a function of time and velocity.

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thumbnail Fig. B.8

VX Sgr 1612 MHz OH maser. The Stokes parameter V flux as a function of time and velocity.

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thumbnail Fig. B.9

VX Sgr 1612 MHz OH maser. The Stokes parameter p flux as a function of time and velocity.

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thumbnail Fig. B.10

VX Sgr 1612 MHz OH maser. The degree of circular polarization as a function of time and velocity.

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VX Sgr 1612 MHz OH maser. The degree of linear polarization as a function of time and velocity.

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VX Sgr 1612 MHz OH maser. The position angle of linear polarization as a function of time and velocity.

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