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Fig. 2.


ALMA map of SS 433 obtained on 2015 September 28 at the 1.3 mm wavelength and computed using natural weight. The restoring beam used corresponds to an elliptical Gaussian with full width at half maximum of 190 × 161 mas2, with position angle of 44°̣8 (see bottom right corner). The horizontal bar gives the angular scale, with north being up and east left. The jet kinematical model is overplotted in blue and red for approaching and receding material, respectively. Contour levels start at four times the rms noise of 32 μJy beam−1 and increase progressively by a factor of .

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