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File:CNO Cycle.svg


Diagram of the CNO Cycle made by me with Inkscape.

The software used by Wikimedia (Imagemagick) does not render the arrow heads correctly currently, so until that's fixed you can use my render which you can find here: image:CNO Cycle.png

I have fixed the problem by converting the line markers to paths. When MediaWiki does support line markers, this can be reverted back to the previous version to save 30kB.

Other Languages

Deutsch: Image:CNO Cycle de.svg
Hungarian: Image:CNO Cycle hu.svg
Swedish: Image:CNO Cycle sv.svg
Turkish: Image:CNO Cycle-TR.svg
Chinese Traditional: Image:CNO Cycle zh hant.svg


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