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Fig. 5


Filtered versions of the Herschel/SPIRE 250 μm images of the Musca a) and Taurus B211/3 b) regions, emphasizing the presence of an organized filamentary network in both cases. The color scales on the right of each panel are in units of MJy sr-1. Both images were obtained by applying the multi-scale decomposition algorithm getfilaments (Men’shchikov 2013) to the Herschel data, filtering out all transverse angular scales larger than 72′′ (i.e., ~0.07 pc at the 200 pc distance of Musca and ~0.05 pc at the 140 pc distance of Taurus). In both cases, the dashed cyan contour outlines the portion of the main filament which was considered for the comparison shown in Fig. 6.

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