Integrated intensity map (3 km s-1 wide) of the CO(4−3) emission (colour scales) centred at +29 km s-1 with superimposed contours of the 20 cm continuum emission measured by Yusef-Zadeh & Morris (1987a) showing the Sickle H II region (left panel), and N2H+(1−0) contours of the integrated intensity map between −75 and +110 km s-1from the Mopra observations by Jones et al. (2012) showing the emission distribution of the M+0.11−0.08 cloud and the position of the M+0.11−0.11 cloud from Tsuboi et al. (1997) (right panel). The solid straight line in both panels shows the position of the Galactic plane at b = 0°, with marks denoting a few Galactic longitude values for orientation. The CO(4−3) emission related to the Sickle is located at the edge of the H II region while the CO(4−3) emission related to the M+0.11−0.11 cloud is shifted at this LSR velocity with respect to the peak emission of the cold gas traced by diazenylium.
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