IATA standards, manuals and guidelines cover a variety of aviation topics and include commercial and free publications in digital and print formats Note   For QNH areas, see the Planning Chart Australia, as contained in the AIP. means QNH obtained from an authorised weather forecast. (6)     If the navigation database changes to the next AIRAC cycle during a flight, the pilot in command must complete the flight using the unchanged database unless to do so will, or is likely to, jeopardise the safety of the flight. (5)     If an aircraft is fitted with more than 1 approved transponder, only 1 transponder is to be operated at any time. Table 26.43 (2) – Supplemental oxygen requirements, Flight crew member or cabin crew member. , for a navigation database, means that the database must be provided by an approved provider. Note   The effect of subsection (2) is that the vertical limits of an oceanic control area have no relevance to the definition of oceanic airspace within an Australian FIR. The requirement for holding fuel will allow ground staff to be alerted in the event of a failure of the aircraft’s VHF radiocommunication system. (B)   1 approved GNSS that is authorised in accordance with (E)TSO-C129, and an ADF or VOR. 11.02  Transition altitude, transition layer and transition level. 2). The equipment must operate independently of other sources of turn and slip information. (c)    Without otherwise affecting paragraphs (a) and (b), when a pressurised aircraft is flown at an altitude of FL 250 or more (relevant flight), there must be at least 10 minutes supply even if the entire period of relevant flight is less than 10 minutes. Air Traffic Services has a different meaning – see under ATS. (4)     For items 5 and 6 of Table 2.07 (3), the conditions are that the flight must be conducted: (b)   at a speed that allows the pilot in command to see obstructions or other traffic in sufficient time to avoid a collision; and. Beech 33, 35, 36 SpeedBrakes STC SA01075SE & AFMS for Beech 33, 35, 36 SpeedBrakes. (b)   for an aerodrome outside Australian territory — an authorised weather forecast for the aerodrome that meets the requirements of standard 6.2, Aerodrome forecasts, in Chapter 6 of ICAO Annex 3, Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation. (ii)  the date on which the ELT was removed from the aircraft; (iii)  the reason for the removal of the ELT; (c)   a placard stating “Emergency locator transmitter not installed or carried” has been placed in the aircraft in a position where it can be seen by the pilot in command; (d)   a period of no more than 90 days has passed since the ELT was temporarily. o operate under the special VFR, the pilot in command must: (1)     This section is for the definition of. means a supply of undiluted oxygen for any passengers who, for physiological reasons, may still require oxygen when: means 0 degrees Celsius at a pressure of 760 mm Hg. aerial work operator means the holder of an aerial work certificate. THIS AIRCRAFT IS NOT REQUIRED TO COMPLY WITH THE SAFETY REGULATIONS FOR STANDARD AIRCRAFT. (b)   each other person’s life jacket must be stowed where it is readily accessible from the person’s seat in the event of an emergency evacuation. means a rectification interval that is 3 consecutive days. (ii)  emergency and survival equipment carried on the aircraft is readily accessible; (e)   a check to confirm that each crew member is fit to perform the crew member’s duties; (i)  the aircraft’s hatches, access ports, panels and fuel tank caps are secured; and. (2)     For subsection (1), the pilot in command must determine the performance of the rotorcraft from any 1 of the following: (b)   the adequacy of the size of the departure and planned destination aerodromes and any alternate aerodromes; (c)   the pressure altitude and temperature; (d)   the gradient of the take-off and initial climb stage of the flight; (i)  the wind direction, speed and characteristics — if known; or. (B)   ETSO-2C126 for operation on 406 MHz; (iii)  a type approved under Part 21 of CASR as having a level of performance equivalent to a type of transmitter mentioned in subparagraph (i) or (ii). the circling minimum visibility specified on the instrument approach chart for the IAP being conducted; Examples of when a navigational aid for an approach becomes unreliable or inoperative include a RAIM warning for a GNSS approach, a red flag for a VOR approach, or a loss of the ident for an NDB approach. (2)     Despite subsection (1), VFR flights do not require clearance to enter Class E airspace. (c)   for each flight crew member — an independent portable light, (i)  if the aircraft, on its way to the runway from which it will take off, or on its way from the runway on which it has landed, crosses any other runway that is in use for take-offs or landings (an. 104, 26.37             Use of FDR, CVR and combination recorders. Note   For example, the joint Australian and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1754:2004, Child restraint systems for use in motor vehicles. With new privilege 21.A.263(c)(4) published in Commission Regulation (EU) No 748/2012, DOA Holders can now approve revisions affecting the approved sections of the AFM. (2)     The pilot in command must ensure that the amount of fuel is checked at regular intervals throughout the flight, and that the usable fuel remaining is evaluated to: (a)   compare planned fuel consumption with actual fuel consumption; and, (b)   determine the amount of usable fuel remaining; and. (1)     Light (which includes projectile) signals to aircraft mentioned in an item of Table 2.04 (1), are prescribed standard visual signals. during a flight of an aircraft, determined by the operator or pilot in command for the flight before the flight commences. (5)     In this MOS, any reference to a seat, a seatbelt, a shoulder harness or a restraint system is a reference to an approved seat, an approved seatbelt, an approved shoulder harness or an approved restraint system, where “approved” means approved under Part 21 of CASR. large aeroplane means an aeroplane with an MTOW of more than 5 700 kg. For paragraph 91.660 (1) (a), this Chapter prescribes the following navigation specifications: Note   A prescribed navigation specification may not be used without CASA approval under regulation 91.045 for paragraph 91.660 (1) (b). transition altitude means the altitude at or below which the vertical position of an aircraft is controlled by reference to altitudes. 102, 26.27             Aeroplane airborne collision avoidance system — ACAS II. An aircraft for a flight for which a transponder is required under this section must be fitted with an approved transponder that meets the requirements relevant to the intended operation and class of airspace. FAR 91.9 - Civil aircraft flight manual, marking, and placard requirements (a) Except as provided in paragraph (d) of this section, no person may operate a civil aircraft without complying with the operating limitations specified in the approved Airplane or Rotorcraft Flight Manual, markings, and placards, or as otherwise prescribed by the certificating authority of the country of registry. (1)     This section applies to an aircraft (a relevant aircraft): (b)   whose flight is required by or under the civil aviation legislation or the aircraft’s AFM to be conducted by at least 2 pilots; and. This instrument commences immediately after commencement of Part 91 of CASR. Regulation 91.635 requires certain flights to continuously monitor the primary communications medium used by ATC in controlled airspace. 102, 26.25             Altitude alerting system and assigned altitude indicator — IFR flights. life raft must be stowed and secured so that it can be readily deployed if the aircraft has to ditch. Sec. (i)  the inoperative combination recorder has not been inoperative for more than 21 days; (a)   2 headsets and microphones that are not of a hand-held type; (a)   3 headsets and 3 microphones that are not of a hand-held type; (1)     This section applies to an aircraft (a. (b)   is conducted using a qualifying multi-engine aeroplane. Division 11.3       Prohibited, restricted and danger areas. (1)     In this MOS, unless a contrary intention appears, a reference to a particular AS/NZS standard is a reference to the particular joint Australian and New Zealand Standard, as in force or existing from time to time. Entry or flight in a prohibited area is an offence under regulations 6, 15 and 16 of the Airspace Regulations 2007 and regulation 91.260 of Part 91 of CASR. (1)     A rectification interval prescribed by this Chapter is prescribed for the purposes of paragraph 91.945 (5) (b) as an original rectification interval. (a)   a cloud ceiling not lower than the greater of Vyse or Vmin IMC; and, (A)  the relevant runway or FATO has illuminated edge lighting at spacing intervals not exceeding 60 m and centreline lighting; and, (B)   all lighting mentioned in sub-subparagraph (A) is supported by a secondary power supply with a switchover capability of 1 second or less; and. At the commencement of this instrument, the AIP document describing the geographic boundaries of oceanic control areas is the Designated Airspace Handbook. For relevant EASA document definitions: see section 26.67. means an alternate aerodrome that is an en route alternate (within the meaning of ICAO Annex 2). SCT, in relation to amounts of cloud, has the same meaning as in ICAO Document 8896. Tasmania remote area means the area of Australia, illustrated by the shading in Figure 26.65-3 TAS remote area, that is enclosed within the boundary of the following lines: a line from West Point to Black Bluff, to 15 NM beyond Cape Bruny, then back to West Point at a distance of 15 NM off the coastline (disregarding bays and inlets). (4)     The pilot in command must not cruise within the transition layer. Note 2   Australian Mode S SSR supports EHS DAPs. (ii)  the control locks, covers and ground safety devices and restraints have been removed; (g)   if the aircraft is an Australian aircraft — a check to confirm that there is either: (i)  a certificate of release to service for the most recent maintenance carried out on the aircraft; or. (4)     In this MOS, a reference to a class of airspace means the volumes of airspace of that class, as determined by CASA in or under the Determination of Airspace and Controlled Aerodromes Etc. (1)     This section applies to a flight within any class of airspace, whether controlled or uncontrolled, that is within an Australian FIR and is not specified in the AIP as an oceanic control area. (3)     In this MOS, unless a contrary intention appears, reference to a numbered ICAO manual is a reference to the manual of that number, or subsequent version, as in force or existing from time to time and issued by ICAO. 213; (d)   European Safety Standard requirements of ECE Regulation 44. aviation child restraint system means a child restraint system that is compliant with the requirements of, or approved under, Part 21 of CASR. A prescribed navigation specification may not be used without CASA approval under regulation 91.045 for paragraph 91.660 (1) (b). We use cookies to give you the best experience on our website. (1)     The information mentioned in subsection (2) must be recorded in the journey log as soon as practicable after an international flight ends. AC 25.1581-1 Including Change 1 (PDF, 155 KB) Subject to clause 3, the equipment for indicated airspeed must include a means of preventing malfunction due to condensation or icing. (b)   fly for 15 minutes at the holding speed for the aircraft at 1 500 ft above the aerodrome elevation in ISA conditions; and. (b)   any other reasonably available weather information that is relevant to the intended operation. (4)     Transmission of the aircraft flight identification by an approved Mode S transponder is optional for an aircraft that was first issued with a certificate of airworthiness before 9 February 2012 (an older aircraft). (ii)  is restrained in the seat by the seat’s seatbelt; or. CHAPTER 21     RADIO FREQUENCY, BROADCAST AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS, Division 21.1       Use of certain frequencies — radio qualifications required. (4)     Despite paragraph 26.48 (1) (a), if an inoperative automatic ELT has been removed from an aircraft, the aircraft is not required to carry a survival ELT during the period that the inoperative ELT is permitted to be inoperative under this section. Table 21.05 (1) — An aircraft in Class A, B, C or D airspace, or an IFR aircraft in Class E airspace, Position report as per ATS or route reporting requirements, Previously reported position estimate is more than 2 minutes in error, Sustained variation of more than 10 kts or Mach 0.02 from any previously notified speed or any standard descent profile agreed between the aircraft operator and ATS, (a)  the level required for the airspace in which it is operating; or, (b)  the capability of the aircraft reported in the aircraft’s flight notification, Leaving a level or reaching an assigned level, Unable to comply with ATC clearances or instructions, If cancelling SARWATCH — report cancellation. A gyromagnetic type of remote indicating compass meets this requirement if it has a primary power supply and an alternate power supply. (2)     For an RNP APCH-LNAV/VNAV, an RNP APCH-LPV, or a precision approach procedure — the minimum visibility must not be below whichever of the following is the highest: (a)   the RVR or visibility specified on the instrument approach chart for the IAP being conducted; (c)   relevant minima specified in the operator’s exposition or operations manual; (i)  the TDZ RVR report is not available; or. 73, Division 20.4         Carriage of animals. (1)     When a pressurised aircraft begins a flight with at least 2 pilots, as required by or under the civil aviation legislation or the AFM, it must be carrying protective breathing equipment (PBE) for each flight crew member in accordance with this section. (4)     For subsections (2) and (3), the RVR zone requirements are as follows: (a)   a TDZ RVR report is always required, unless: (i)  the IAP is a CAT III instrument approach operation conducted with the use of an FO landing system and an FO or FP rollout system; and. Note   See section 9.05 for responsible person. (2)     For paragraph 91.945 (5) (g), this section prescribes the period by which an extendable original rectification interval may be extended. Adjacent to an aerodrome wind direction indicator. for indicated airspeed must include a means of preventing malfunction due to condensation or icing. Note   For example, descent from controlled to uncontrolled airspace, formation flights, SAR operations, and police and security operations. For paragraph 91.565 (1) (a), this Division prescribes the requirements for a passenger safety briefing and instructions before an aircraft takes off for a flight. (b)   be calibrated in feet, except that, if a flight is conducted in a foreign country which measures FLs or altitudes in metres, the equipment must be: (ii)  a standby direct reading magnetic compass. Beech. Note   At the commencement of this instrument, Chapter 1 of ICAO Annex 2 included the following definition: “Alternate aerodrome. Official website of Recreational Aviation Australia (RAAus). (2)     The system must be provided with: (b)   a source of power independent of the aircraft’s primary electrical system. For subparagraph 91.625 (1) (a) (iv), this Division prescribes certain radio frequencies, published in the AIP or NOTAMs, on which a person must not transmit unless authorised or qualified in accordance with paragraph 91.625 (1) (b). 125, 26.72             Alternate ADS-B OUT equipment configuration — requirements. is short for fault detection and exclusion, and means a GNSS receiver’s ability to exclude faulty satellites from position computation. (1)     The pilot in command of an aircraft must make broadcasts on the CTAF in accordance with Table 21.04 (1) if: (a)   the pilot is operating at, or in the vicinity of, a non-controlled aerodrome (including a certified or military aerodrome when non-controlled); and, (b)   the aircraft is equipped with an operative VHF radio; and. 128, 28.01                 Contents of minimum equipment list 128, 28.03                 MEL — contents. Operators need to ensure that EHS DAPs are being transmitted. (1)     The pilot in command of an aeroplane during approach and landing must ensure that, from the time the aeroplane descends below the minimum height for the flight in accordance with regulation 91.265, 91.267, 91.277 or 91.305 (as applicable), the aeroplane has the performance to clear all obstacles by a safe margin. 45, 11.10             Australian domestic airspace — inoperative radio requirements. (ii)  zero wind — if the matters mentioned in subparagraph (i) are unknown; (g)   the take-off and en route weather forecast; (h)   the obstacles in the vicinity of the flight path. In this Division, an ELT is a transmitter that meets the following requirements (basic technical requirements): (a)   if the transmitter is activated — the transmitter must transmit simultaneously on 121.5 MHz and 406 MHz; (b)   if the transmitter is fitted to, or carried on, an Australian aircraft — the transmitter must be registered with the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) and with no other authority; (c)   if the transmitter is fitted to, or carried on, a foreign-registered aircraft — the transmitter must be registered with the authority of the aircraft’s State of registry that is responsible for SAR services, and not with AMSA; (d)   the transmitter must, for identification purposes, be coded in accordance with the requirements for the transmitter in Appendix 1 to Chapter 5 of Part II, Voice Communications, in Volume III of ICAO Annex 10, Aeronautical Telecommunications; (e)   if the transmitter is fitted with a lithium-sulphur dioxide battery — the battery must be authorised by the FAA or EASA in accordance with (E)TSO-C142a. 128, 28.04                 Compliance with the MMEL.. 129, 28.05                 Compliance with the civil aviation legislation. must have a primary power supply and an alternate power supply. (4)     For each item referred to in paragraph 28.03 (1) (c), the MEL must do the following: (b)   specify whether the rectification interval for the item is a Category A, B, C or D rectification interval; (c)   set out the conditions or limitations (if any) that must be complied with if the aircraft is to conduct a flight with the item inoperative; (d)   if the aircraft is required to comply with an operational procedure for the conduct of a flight with the item inoperative: (ii)  if the procedure is in another document — include a reference to the procedure and the document; (e)   if the aircraft requires maintenance to conduct a flight with the item inoperative: (ii)  if the maintenance data is in another document — include a reference to the data and the document. (3)     In this Chapter, unless the contrary intention appears in or for a particular provision: (a)   a reference to a pilot seeing or viewing anything from a pilot’s seat is taken to mean that the thing is seen or viewed from the pilot’s normal sitting position in the seat; and, (b)   any mention of feet (or ft) in the context of an altitude is taken to mean feet above mean sea level (AMSL), unless otherwise stated; and. 5.02     Journey log information before an international flight begins. Division 8.2         Destination alternate aerodromes, 8.04     Destination alternate aerodromes — weather. (2)     Division 26.3 or 26.4 of this Chapter does not apply to a relevant aircraft if the aircraft is fitted with equipment, compliant with the requirements of, or approved under, Part 21 of CASR, which provides for the aircraft’s intended operation a level of safety equivalent to that which would be achieved if Divisions 26.3 or 26.4 (as the case requires) applied. is a transponder function that transmits a 4-digit octal identification code for an aircraft’s identity when interrogated by an SSR. (b)   for an aerodrome outside Australian territory — an authorised weather forecast for the aerodrome that meets the requirements of standard 6.2, Aerodrome forecasts, in Chapter 6 of ICAO Annex 3, (short for aircraft flight manual) has the same meaning as. Note   Child means a person who has turned 2 but has not turned 13. civil aviation legislation has the meaning given by section 3 of the Civil Aviation Act 1988. (3)     When changing levels in RVSM airspace in an Australian FIR, the pilot in command must ensure that the aircraft does not overshoot or undershoot its cleared FL by more than 150 ft. (4)     If the cleared FL cannot be maintained, the pilot in command must: (a)   inform ATC as soon as possible of the circumstances; and, (i)  obtain a revised ATC clearance (a revised clearance) before initiating any deviation from the cleared route or FL (the deviation); or. Such references in Notes are to documents which may be used as guidance or background information. general declaration or other document provided that it: general declaration may be a substitute for a journey log provided that it contains the information required for a journey log. The purpose of subparagraph (a) (ii) is to enable determination of the accuracy of recorded data. (c)   instructs the pilot to cross the lighted stop bar. 25.02  Landing performance for aeroplanes. 15.06  Take-off minima for other aeroplanes. 1. At the commencement of this instrument, the AIP document specifying the geographic boundaries of oceanic control areas is the Designated Airspace Handbook. (3)     For paragraph (2) (c), consecutive longitudinally-aligned lights means any of the following: (a)   centreline lights of the approach lighting system; (e)   a combination of the lights mentioned in paragraphs (a) to (d). (1)     This section applies to a rotorcraft that: (a)   is a Category A rotorcraft with a Category A performance supplement (the rotorcraft); and. 11.03  Availability of GNSS FDE in oceanic airspace. (i)  an electronic flight information system (an. (c)   the gradient of the runway in the direction of the landing; (f)    the obstacles in the approach flight path and missed approach flight path. (a)   must be capable of generating a flow rate, calculated assuming dry oxygen gas at standard temperature and pressure, of at least 4 litres per minute per person STPD; and. (ii)  for any other low-visibility IAPs — if the MID RVR zone is not providing valid reports; (c)   other than for an SA CAT I instrument approach operation, an END RVR report is required: (ii)  for any other low-visibility IAPs — if the MID RVR is not providing valid reports; Note   MID or END RVR reports are not required for SA CAT I instrument approach operations. (4)     Subject to subsection (5), the pilot in command of an aircraft taxiing on the manoeuvring area of a controlled aerodrome: (a)   must stop and hold at all illuminated stop bars; and. 121.369 - Manual requirements. (b)   meet performance requirements equivalent to an IVSI. 21.06  IFR aircraft in Class G airspace — prescribed reports. Piliot operating handbook and FAA approved airplane flight manual supplement for Precise Flight products. that is further than the distance from which, with the engine inoperative, the aircraft could reach land. approved Mode S transponder means a Mode S transponder that is: (a)   authorised by CASA or the NAA of a recognised country in accordance with TSO-C112 or ETSO-2C112a; or. (a)   the actual aerodrome QNH from 1 of the following (an, (2)     The pilot in command must not use, (a)   for an NDB — a divergence of more than 6.9, (b)   for a VOR — a divergence of more than 5.2. (2)     For subsection (1), a light or projectile signal mentioned in an item of column 2 of the Table: (a)   for an aircraft in flight — has the meaning mentioned for it in column 3 of the item; and. 23, 3.02                    NVIS flight requirements. (4)     Any overload capacity of a life raft is not to be taken into account in determining its capacity for the purposes of paragraph (3) (a). (2)     For an aircraft first issued with a certificate of airworthiness before 8 December 2016, an alternate GNSS position source is acceptable if it meets the requirements of subsection (1), other than subparagraph (1) (b) (iii) which is optional. Category B rectification interval means a rectification interval that is 3 consecutive days. transition layer means the airspace between the transition altitude and the transition level. The broadcasts and reports required under this Division must be made on the relevant published radio frequency, unless ATS agrees to the use of a different frequency for special flight circumstances. FEW, in relation to amounts of cloud, has the same meaning as in ICAO Document 8896. (a)   read back to an air traffic controller the safety-related parts of any ATC clearance or instruction which the controller has transmitted by voice (a relevant ATC clearance or instruction); or. (b)   aircraft LNAV and VNAV capabilities. Note   Paragraph 3.1.2.10.4.2.1 is recommendatory only. 26.20  Equipment to measure and record cosmic radiation. (c)   visual reference to the ground or water, but only: (i)  when unable to operate in accordance with paragraph (b); and, (iii)  if weather conditions permit flight in VMC; and. (2)     For subsection (1), the responsible person must: (b)   have access to at least 2 operative and appropriate telephones; and. Note   For approval of a MEL, see regulation 91.935. All rights reserved. (2)     The aircraft may begin a flight with an inoperative automatic ELT, or an inoperative survival ELT, if the flight is for the purpose of taking the aircraft to a place for the maintenance or repair of the ELT. 1      If the MMEL for an aircraft specifies a rectification interval for an inoperative item, an MEL for the aircraft must not specify a rectification interval for the item that is less restrictive than the interval specified in the MMEL. 2.04     Light or projectile signals to aircraft on an aerodrome or in flight. (a)   the aircraft is flown over water for the purpose of climbing after take-off from, or descending to land at, an aerodrome; and. (b)   a Category C rectification interval. Note   At a controlled aerodrome, in the event of failure of 1 electrical circuit on a runway equipped with interleaved circuitry lighting, pilots will be notified of a doubled spacing of runway edge lights, that is, from 60 m spacing to 120 m spacing. final reserve fuel means the calculated amount of fuel that: (i)  at 1 500 ft above aerodrome elevation in ISA conditions for the period of time specified for the flight in column 3 of Table 19.02 (2); and, (ii)  for an aircraft that is a rotorcraft conducting IFR flight or VFR flight by night, or an aeroplane, or an airship — at holding speed; and, (iii)  for an aircraft that is a rotorcraft conducting a VFR flight by day — at range speed; and, (iv)  at the aircraft’s estimated weight on arrival at the destination alternate aerodrome or the planned destination aerodrome when no destination alternate aerodrome is required (the relevant aerodrome) to the relevant aerodrome; and. (ii)  the pilot in command is competent in using the GNSS. 114, 26.56             Life jackets — carriage requirements. See also section 26.04 for additional requirements related to flight with inoperative equipment. 2.10     Specified cruising levels — south of 80° south. (i)  FDE, computed in accordance with the definition at paragraph 1.7.3 of, (ii)  the output function HPL, computed in accordance with the definition at paragraph 1.7.2 of. Division 26.12    Emergency locator transmitters. RVR, or runway visual range, has the meaning given by Part 1 of the CASR Dictionary. The aircraft manufacturer’s data includes electronic flight planning data. avoid area of the HV curve, of a rotorcraft, means the area delineated on the height‑velocity envelope diagram in the AFM, that shows the parameters within which operations of the rotorcraft should be avoided. The pilot in command of an aircraft must not carry out a PRM approach unless all of the pilots required by the AFM for the conduct of such an approach have received training from an appropriate source that ensures familiarisation with the following: (a)   the guidance on PRM approaches provided in the AIP; (b)   the PRM user instructions for the aerodrome of intended operation; (c)   the relevant instrument approach charts for the aerodrome of intended operation; (d)   relevant training material available on the websites of Airservices Australia and CASA. Such references in Notes are to documents which may be used as guidance or background information. 42, 11.02             Transition altitude, transition layer and transition level 42, 11.03             Availability of GNSS FDE in oceanic airspace. air traffic service has the meaning given by Part 1 of the CASR Dictionary. accurate QNH has the same meaning as in section 10.06. additional fuel means the supplementary amount of fuel required to allow an aircraft that suffers engine failure, or loss of pressurisation at the most critical point along the route, whichever results in the greater subsequent fuel consumption, to: (a)   proceed to an alternate aerodrome (or, for a rotorcraft, a suitable rotorcraft landing site); and. Such references in Notes are to documents which may be used as guidance or background information. 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