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Fig. 1


False colour composite of the Musca molecular cloud. Blue, green, and red correspond to 160 μm, 250 μm, and 350 μm emission, which have beam sizes of ~12′′, ~18′′, and ~25′′, respectively. The beam size of the 250 μm map (~18.2′′) is indicated with a white circle in the bottom left corner. The colour intensity scaling is logarithmic. The compass indicates equatorial north and east. North is rotated by 56° from pointing up. The observed map has a size of about 3°× 1.2°, or 10 × 5 pc at 200 pc.

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