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We thank D. Christian, S. Houston and S. Krishna Prasad, who contributed to the design of the observational instrumentation setup and helped to acquire the observations in ref. 1.
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Jess, D.B., Snow, B., Fleck, B. et al. Reply to: Signatures of sunspot oscillations and the case for chromospheric resonances. Nat Astron 5, 5–8 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41550-020-1158-4
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