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Table 3

Properties of the five largest 13CO velocity-coherent structures identified in G202.3+2.5.

Id RA Dec vlsr Area Δθmin Δθmax e Δvlsr Tmb σ(Tmb) N(H2)⟩ M
(h m s) (d m s) (km s−1) (arcmin2) (′) (′) (km s−1) (K) (K) (cm−2) (M)
1 06 40 59.7 10 32 36.5 7.77 25.72 3.54 8.75 2.47 1.92 7.76 1.84 10.5(21) 292
2 06 41 05.9 10 40 03.6 6.27 23.58 3.13 9.75 3.12 1.68 5.52 1.19 7.9(21) 203
3 06 41 01.0 10 40 02.4 8.63 10.26 1.96 6.96 3.55 1.80 6.74 1.29 7.5(21) 84
4 06 40 54.6 10 48 11.3 8.55 7.14 1.21 6.54 5.41 1.62 6.30 1.33 5.5(21) 43
5 06 40 53.1 10 53 25.4 5.51 17.95 3.21 8.83 2.75 1.20 4.77 0.81 5.2(21) 103

Notes. The columns are, for each component: (1) the identity index; (2–3) the central coordinates; (4) the average radial velocity; (5) the total area inthe plane of the sky; (6–7) the minimum and maximum extent; (8) the elongation, computed as the ratio of the two previous columns; (9) the velocity extent, computed as the difference between the minimum and maximum vlsr of the component; (10) the mean 13CO main-beam temperature; (11) the standard deviation of 13CO brightness temperature; (12) the mean column density from 13CO emission, where (21) means 1021 ; (13) the mass from 13CO emission.

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