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Fig. 24


The Rosette sub-field is shown as the accumulated clean combined detection image containing spatial scales of up to 12′′ (left), obtained by summing up the single scales ℐDj   C in that range, with the 160 μm ellipses of all detected sources overplotted. Also shown are the background-subtracted image ℐλO   BS (middle) and clean background ℐλO   CB (right) at 70 μm; when added together, they make up the original 70 μm image in Fig. 23. For better visibility, the values displayed in the panels are somewhat limited in range; the color coding is a function of the square root of intensity in MJy/sr.

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