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a) H-band image of IC 1396N taken with NICS at TNG. The white crosses show the positions of the 3.1 mm sources, BIMA 1, 2, and 3 from Beltrán et al. (2002), the Class I sources # 252 and # 331 (binary, A+B) (Beltrán et al. 2009), the two embedded sources I and C, which are powering the outflows in panel b (Codella et al. 2001; this paper), and core II (Sugitani et al. 2002). The dotted and dashed boxes indicate the region mapped in panels b and c, respectively. b) H2 (2.12 μm) image (continuum-subtracted) in grey-scale (Beltrán et al. 2009), 2.7 mm continuum emission in green contours and 12CO (1–0) emission averaged over the [ ± 8, ± 38]    km   s-1 velocity interval in red and blue contours towards the northern part of the IC 1396N cloud. Contour levels are 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, and 24 times 1σ, where 1σ is 0.25 mJy beam-1 for the continuum, and 4 mJy beam-1 for the CO emission. The PdBI synthesized beam is shown in the lower right corner. c) H2 (continuum-subtracted) (top), H-band (middle), and J-band (bottom) image towards the chain of knots C (Beltrán et al. 2009).

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