CARMA continuum observations of NGC 1333/IRAS 4C at 1.3 mm (grayscale) overplotted with the red and blue wings of 13CO 2−1. The velocity range of the line is between +5 and +11 km s-1, and a siginificant part of the emission has been resolved out by the interferometer at the source velocity, while we still detect emission from the wings. The peaks of the blue (from +5 to +6.5 km s-1) and red (from +8.5 to +11 km s-1) wing show a small offset compared to the peak intensity of the continuum. The blue contours levels are set to 0.04, 0.06, 0.08, 0.10, and 0.13 Jy/beam (rms ~ 0.014 Jy/beam) and the red at 0.06, 0.09, 0.12, 0.15, and 0.18 Jy/beam (rms ~ 0.02 Jy/beam). The ellipse shows the beam size and shape at this wavelength (2.12″× 1.81″). The arrows represent the direction of blue- and redshifted outflow components (Tobin et al. 2015).
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