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Fig. 1


Double outflow of BHR71 breaking out from its parental Bok globule. The greyscale image is from the DSS2-red acquired with the UK Schmidt Telescope (c◯1993–1995 by the Anglo-Australian Telescope Board). Blue and red contours are respectively CO (3–2) and H2 0–0 S(5) emission (G15). Black stars indicate the position of the two protostars – IRS1 and IRS2 – that drive the outflows. The white and green triangles indicate the position of the peaks of the Herschel line emission and are labelled from A to E in order of decreasing declination. Yellow rectangle shows the approximate extent of the large-scale Herschel-PACS maps.The two cyan crosses indicate the positions observed with additional pointed Herschel observations.

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