(a) An enlargement from the molecular hydrogen image in Figure 3(a) showing a small edge-on disk (encircled). The central star is faintly detected, and here called IRS-C. This new source is not detected by 2MASS or WISE, but is bright in a Herschel 250 μm image. (b) A K-band image of a region ∼38 × 40″ showing the edge-on disk and its illuminating source IRS C. The star 18″ to the NE is nebulous, and so apparently also young. It is here called IRS-D. North is up and east is left.