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Fig. 7


Maps of the explosion site of SN 2009dq generated from the datacubes, in continuum-subtracted Hα (i), K-band (ii), Brγ (iii), andCO (iv). As the maps are color-coded with white for high-count pixels and black for low-count pixels, the pixels with strong CO absorption appear black in panel (iv). The white 3′′   × 3′′ square in panel (i) represents the SINFONI FoV, and the white circle denotes the SN position within 1′′ radius. North is up and east is left in all maps. Cyan circles in panels (iii) and (iv) indicated with A and B have identical radii of 0.25′′. Panel (v) shows the SINFONI spaxels plotted according to the Brγ and CO NCRs; these are shown as contours at 10%, 50%, and 90% levels, while for comparison, the VIMOS spaxels are plotted in red plus marks according to the Hα and [N II] NCR. Panel (vi) shows the extracted spectra of regions A and B, in the Brγ and CO spectral regions. The two lines are indicated with green-shaded regions. Wavelength is in the observer frame.

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