Column density a) and dust temperature b) maps of W48 compiled from Herschel images with a HPBW of 37. The dust opacity law of Hildebrand (1983) is used with a dust emissitivity β = 2. The W48 giant molecular cloud is indicated, the zoom on the IRDC G035.39–00.33 and its surroundings shown in Figs. 2b–d is outlined. Plus signs (+) indicate the location of supernova remnants.
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