EDP Sciences
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Issue
A&A
Volume 517, July 2010
Article Number A96
Number of page(s) 37
Section Interstellar and circumstellar matter
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/200913501
Published online 17 August 2010

Online Material

Appendix A: Online Figures

\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=14cm,clip]{13501fgA1n.eps}
\end{figure} Figure A.1:

Observed lines (offseted histogram) and model (thin curves) of O13CS, 18OCS, O13C34S, 17OCS, and OC36S. A $v_{\rm LSR}$ of 9 km s-1 is assumed.

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\end{figure} Figure A.2:

Left panelshows the OCS J = 18-17 line at different positions. The right panel map shows the total integrated intensity of this transition; the interval of contours is 10 K km s-1, and the minimum contour is 40 K km s-1.

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\end{figure} Figure A.3:

Observed lines (histogram) and model (thin curves) of HCS+. A $v_{\rm LSR}$ of 9 km s-1 is assumed.

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\end{figure} Figure A.4:

Observed lines (histogram) and model (thin curves) of H2CS. A $v_{\rm LSR}$ of 9 km s-1 is assumed.

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\end{figure} Figure A.5:

Observed lines (histogram) and model (thin curves) of H2C34S. A $v_{\rm LSR}$ of 9 km s-1 is assumed.

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\end{figure} Figure A.6:

H213CS observed (offseted histogram) and modeled (continuum curves) lines. A $v_{\rm LSR}$ of 9 km s-1 is assumed.

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\end{figure} Figure A.7:

HDCS observed (histogram) and modeled (thin curves) lines. A $v_{\rm LSR}$ of 9 km s-1 is assumed.

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\par\includegraphics[width=14.5cm,clip]{13501fgA8.eps}
\end{figure} Figure A.8:

Observed lines (offseted histogram) and modeled (thin curves) of CS, CS isotopologues, and CS $\textit {v} = 1$. A $v_{\rm LSR}$ of 9 km s-1 is assumed.

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Appendix B: Online Tables

Table B.1:   OCS isotopologues and OCS vibrationally excited velocity components.

Table B.2:   HCS+ Observed line parameters.

Table B.3:   H2CS observed line parameters.

Table B.4:   H2CS and its isotopologues velocity components.

Table B.5:   CS observed line parameters.

Table B.6:   CS and CS isotopologues velocities.

Table B.7:   CCS observed lines parameters.

Table B.8:   CCCS observed lines parameters.

Table B.9:   Isotopologue ratios.

Table B.10:   Molecular abundances.

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