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Measuring local magnetization dynamics and its spatial variation is essential for advancements in spintronics and relevant applications. Here we demonstrate a phase-sensitive imaging technique for studying patterned magnetic structures based on picosecond laser heating. With the time-resolved anomalous Nernst effect (TRANE) and extensions, we simultaneously image the dynamic magnetization and RF driving current density. The stroboscopic detection implemented in TRANE microscopy provides accessarXiv:1507.02303v1 fatcat:7t26a4sohnesnfrotyx6as3qli