Averaged integrated intensity ratio R(ΔVi) of the [CI](1−0) emission measured with the Herschel-HIFI and NANTEN2/SMART telescopes as a function of velocity integration interval ΔVi as explained in the text. The intensity ratios are on average ~2% lower (within the error uncertainties) than unity over the whole range of ΔVi values, showing that the measured NANTEN2/SMART antenna temperatures are systematically lower than those measured with the Herschel-HIFI telescope by the same amount. The red line delimits the ΔVi range where the R(ΔVi) values are closest to unity.
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