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Fig. 6


CO emission observed toward and around the B211 filament (Goldsmith et al. 2008). Redshifted 12CO(1–0) emission integrated from VLSR = 6.6 km s-1 to VLSR = 7.4 km s-1 is displayed in red and mostly seen to the north-east of the B211 filament. Blueshifted 12CO(1–0) emission integrated from VLSR = 4.2 km s-1 to VLSR = 5.5 km s-1 is displayed in blue and mostly seen to the south-west of the filament. The main body of the B211 filament, displayed in green, corresponds to the 13CO(1–0) emission detected between VLSR = 5.6 km s-1 to VLSR = 6.4 km s-1. Both 12CO(1–0) and 13CO(1–0) maps have a spectral resolution of ~0.2 km s-1.

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