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What you have here is indeed a structure called SubjectPublicKeyInfo. It's usually part of an X.509 certificate, but it is often also used separate from a certificate. It's, for instance, the default encoding for RSA public keys in Java and - if I'm not mistaken - OpenSSL. You can view the complete structure here and compare it with the SubjectPublicKeyInfo ...
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