Left: MIPS 24 μm mosaic image before and after HiRes deconvolution (lower and upper panels, respectively). The morphology delineated in the mosaic image at a resolution of 5 ″ is in excellent agreement with the LH module spectral line maps shown in Fig. 3. The HiRes MIPS image reaching a resolution of 2″, compares directly to the atomic jet traced in the SH line maps (Fig. 1). Right: MIPS HiRes image (purple contours) superimposed on an IRAC 4.5 μm HiRes image. The IRAC image is dominated by highly excited H2 emission and is in good agreement with the morphology of the atomic jet seen in the MIPS HiRes band. The companion source SMM1-b is coincident with a bright spot of emission in the IRAC channel, while the Class 0 source SMM1-a shows no association with the emission in the IRAC band. Images provided by T. Velusamy, priv. comm. (Velusamy et al. 2014).
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