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concentric circles are connected by a horizontal line
segment running from the outer circle on the left, tangent
to the inner circle in the middle and to the outer circle
on the right.  Behind the circles are concentric colors in
a spectrum running red at the center to purple on the edge
representing lower to higher energy.

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