Comparison of outflows in NGC 1333 to that observed in G10.99 on same spatial scales. Top panel: CO 1-0 at 1 arcmin resolution integrated intensity from red-shifted (10–15 km s−1) for a clustered sub-region in the Perseus NGC 1333 complex scaled to the distance of the G10.99 region (3.6 kpc) (colorscale and contours). Bottom panel: non-primary beam corrected SMA CO 2-1 integrated intensity at ∼3 arcsec resolution for G10.99 for the same spatial scale. In both maps contours start at 1 KKm s−1 up to 10 KKm s−1 in steps of unity and the square indicates the same spatial extent of 1 arcmin. For G10.99 (bottom panel) the blue circle marks the SMA primary beam at 230 GHz. Known outflow sources from Arce et al. 2010 within the NGC 1333 region are marked.
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