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Table 1:

Observation details and measured line fluxes.

Source
Line OD OBSID $n_{\rm rep}\times n_{\rm cyc}$a aor duration Fluxb Continuum flux Corr.c
        [s] [10-18W/m2] density [mJy]  
MIPS J1428 [O III] 52 205 1 342 187 779 2 $\times$ 7 5348 3.7 (0.8) 117 (35) 1/0.62
MIPS J1428 [O I] 63 205 1 342 187 779 1 $\times$ 7 2730 7.8 (1.9) 168 (50) 1/0.54
MIPS J1428 [O III] 88 205 1 342 187 779 7 $\times$ 7 18004 -d -d -
F10214 [O IV] 26 179 1 342 186 812 10 $\times$ 4 24827 $\le$6e 330 (100) 1/0.69
F10214 [S III] 33 185 1 342 187 021 6 $\times$ 4 5864 $\le$3e 378 (115) 1/0.65
F10214 [O III] 52 179 1 342 186 812 simult. with [O IV] 0.9 (0.3) 445 (130) 1/0.47

Notes. (a) Number of line/range repetitions per nod cycle $\times$ number of nod cycles; (b) line and continuum fit uncertainty in brackets; an additional calibration uncertainty of 30$\%$ applies; (c) Correction factor, applied to line fluxes and continuum flux densities, to account for PSF losses of the central spatial pixel (see text); (d) The signal in this PACS wavelength range (i.e. $\ge$190 $\mu $m) is contaminated by a 2nd order leak, making estimates of upper limits and RMS unreliable; (e) assuming a Gaussian profile with 3-$\sigma$ peak height and FWHM = 300 km s-1.


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