High-resolution scans made with the U1 and V1 scanners of the Copernicus satellite covering the centers of lines noted from low-resolution scans as possibly circumstellar in origin have been examined for the presence of sharp components. Three components are found to be displaced by about -235 km/s from the line center. They indicate the presence of a cloud moving rapidly out of the star. Other sharp lines due to C II, N I, Mg I, Mg II, Si IV, and Fe II are observed. They originate in a circumstellar shell which is moving with a velocity of about -25 km/s with respect to the star.