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Fig. 6


HST image (G10) of SMM J0658 overlaid with the two Spitzer image positions A and B (white squares). The red and blue contours are the same as in Fig. 3, and show the CO(3–2) and CO(1–0) emission. We used GALFIT to subtract a model of the elliptical galaxy at (α2000,δ2000) = (06:58:37.44,  − 55:57:2.4) and masked the region of that galaxy, a nearby star and three other objects (gray disks). The faint arc between images A and B is visible, roughly orthogonal to the critical line shown in black (see Fig. 3 in G10 for a color image). The cross and box markers show the centroid of the LABOCA and SABOCA detections. The synthesized beams at 3 mm and 7 mm are shown in the bottom left corner as red and blue ellipses.

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