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Fig. 22


The Aquila sub-field is shown as a column density image with a 37′′ resolution (left, Könyves et al. 2010), an accumulated clean combined detection image containing spatial scales of up to 80′′ (middle), obtained by summing up the single scales ℐDj   C in that range, with the 500 μm ellipses of all detected sources overplotted. Also shown is the clean background ℐλO   CB (right) at 500 μm. For better visibility, the values displayed in the panels are somewhat limited in range; the color coding in all panels is a function of the square root of column density and of intensity in MJy/sr.

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