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H2O papers (SFRs)

1 KIM19 Kim et al. (2019) Simultaneous 22 GHz Water and 44 GHz Methanol Masers Survey of Ultracompact HII Regions H2O,CH3OH_I UCHII 74 49 22 KVN
2 MOS19 Moscadelli et al. (2019) Protostellar Outflows at the EarliesT Stages (POETS). III. H2O masers tracing disk-winds and jets near luminous YSOs H2O Outflows 0 2 22 NRAOVLA
3 KIM18 Kim et al. (2018) Simultaneous Survey of Water and Class I Methanol Masers toward Red MSX Sources H2O,CH3OH_I MSX 238 164 22 KVN
4 SOB18 Sobolev et al. (2018) Sun-sized Water Vapor Masers in Cepheus A H2O High_mass_SFR 1 0 22 RA
5 SUN18 Sun et al. (2018) Discovery of H2O, CH3OH, and OH Masers in the Extreme Outer Galaxy H2O,OH,CH3OH_II Other 4 199 22 EFF
6 GOM17 Gomez et al. (2017) A Search for Water Maser Emission from Brown Dwarfs and Low-luminosity Young Stellar Objects H2O YSO, Other 1 46 22 EFF, NRAOVLA
7 TIT16 Titmarsh et al. (2016) A search for water masers associated with class II methanol masers - II. Longitude range 341° to 6° H2O Known_Class_II 97 88 22 ATCA
8 XI16 Xi et al. (2016) An H2O Maser survey towards BGPS sources in the Outer Galaxy H2O Bolocam 25 217 22 Nanshan
9 KAN15 Kang et al. (2015) Simultaneous Observation of Water and Class I Methanol Masers toward Class II Methanol Maser Sources CH3OH_I Class_II(6) 36 0 22 KVN
10 KIM15 Kim et al. (2015) Molecular Outflows from Newly Formed Massive Stars H2O,CH3OH_I YSO, Outflows 11 2 22 KVN
11 XI15 Xi et al. (2015) 22 GHz H2O maser survey towards 221 BGPS sources H2O Bolocam 97 111 22 Nanshan
12 LYO14 Lyo et al. (2014) Unbiased Water and Methanol Maser Surveys of NGC 1333 H2O,CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 22 KVN
13 TIT14 Titmarsh et al. (2014) A search for water masers associated with class II methanol masers - I. Longitude range 6°-20° H2O Known_Class_II 52 60 22 ATCA
14 WAL14 Walsh et al. (2014) Accurate water maser positions from HOPS H2O H2O 507 31 22 ATCA
15 CYG13 Cyganowski et al. (2013) A Water Maser and NH3 Survey of GLIMPSE Extended Green Objects H2O EGO 57 27 22 NRO
16 KAN13 Kang et al. (2013) Water and Methanol Maser Survey of Protostars in the Orion Molecular Cloud Complex H2O,CH3OH_I YSO 4 53 22 KVN
17 CHO12 Choi et al. (2012) Water and Methanol Maser Activities in the NGC 2024 FIR 6 Region H2O,CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 15 68 22
18 DEG12B Deguchi et al. (2012b) Maser Emission toward the Infrared Dark Cloud G359.94+0.17 Seen in Silhouette against the Galactic Center H2O,SiO,CH3OH_I IRDC 1 0 22 NRO
19 LIM12 Lim et al. (2012) Candidates for the Young Stellar Outflows: Water and Methanol Masers from Young Stellar Objects H2O,CH3OH_I YSO, Other 16 1 22 KVN
20 BAE11 Bae et al. (2011) A Multi-epoch, Simultaneous Water and Methanol Maser Survey toward Intermediate-mass Young Stellar Objects H2O,CH3OH_I YSO 16 162 22 KVN
21 BAR11 Bartkiewicz et al. (2011) VLA observations of water masers towards 6.7 GHz methanol maser sources H2O Known_Class_II 27 4 22 NRAOVLA
22 BRE11 Breen & Ellingsen (2011) Constraining the properties of 1.2-mm dust clumps that contain luminous water masers H2O Bolocam 124 174 22 ATCA
23 CAS11 Caswell et al. (2011) A water maser survey towards the Galactic Centre H2O Galaxy_center 51 3 22 ATCA
24 URQ11 Urquhart et al. (2011) The Red MSX Source survey: ammonia and water maser analysis of massive star-forming regions H2O MSX 289 0 22 GBT
25 WAL11 Walsh et al. (2011) The H2O Southern Galactic Plane Survey (HOPS) - I. Techniques and H2O maser data H2O Blind 533 0 22 MOP
26 BRE10 Breen et al. (2010) Water masers accompanying OH and methanol masers in star formation regions H2O High_mass_SFR, OH 241 73 22 ATCA
27 CAS10 Caswell & Breen (2010) An unbiased pilot survey for Galactic water masers H2O Blind 24 2 22 ATCA
28 URQ09 Urquhart et al. (2009) The RMS survey. H_2O masers towards a sample of southern hemisphere massive YSO candidates and ultra compact HII regions H2O MSX 150 343 22 MOP
29 FEL07 Felli et al. (2007) Water maser variability over 20 years in a large sample of star-forming regions: the complete database H2O High_mass_SFR 43 0 22 MED
30 SUN07 Sunada et al. (2007) Water Maser and Ammonia Survey toward IRAS Sources in the Galaxy I. H2O Maser Data H2O IRAS 301 3887 22 NRO
31 WOO07 Woodall & Gray (2007) A search for 22-GHz H2O masers in supernova remnants H2O SNR 0 18 22 Onsala
32 DEG06 de Gregorio-Monsalvo et al. (2006) High-Resolution Observations of Water Masers in Bok Globules H2O Bok 0 2 22 NRAOVLA
33 GOM06 Gomez et al. (2006) A Sensitive Survey for Water Maser Emission Toward Bok Globules Using the Robledo 70 m Antenna H2O Bok 0 249 22 ROB
34 WAN06 Wang et al. (2006) Water Masers Associated with Infrared Dark Cloud Cores H2O IRDC 17 122 22 NRAOVLA
35 KUR05 Kurtz & Hofner (2005) Water Masers Toward Ultracompact H II Regions H2O UCHII 18 15 22 EFF
36 SZY05 Szymczak et al. (2005) Masers as signposts of high-mass protostars. A water maser survey of methanol maser sources H2O Known_Class_II 41 36 22 EFF
37 FUR03 Furuya et al. (2003) Water Maser Survey toward Low-Mass Young Stellar Objects in the Northern Sky with the Nobeyama 45 Meter Telescope and the Very Large Array H2O YSO 358 461 22 NRO
38 BEU02 Beuther et al. (2002) CH3OH and H2O masers in high-mass star-forming regions H2O,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 23 6 22 ATCA
39 TAK01B Takaba et al. (2001B) Water Vapor Maser Survey by Using the Kashima 34m Radio Telescope H2O IRAS 253 545 22 KAS
40 COD00 Codella & Moscadelli (2000) On the occurrence of the 6.7 GHz CH3OH maser emission in UCH bt II regions H2O,CH3OH_II UCHII 2 0 22 MED
41 HON00 Honma et al. (2000) J-Net Galactic-Plane Survey of VLBI Radio Sources for VLBI Exploration of Radio Astrometry (VERA) H2O Continuum 93 191 22 J-Net
42 FOR99 Forster & Caswell (1999) OH and H_2O masers in 74 star-forming regions. The FC89 database H2O,OH Catalog 67 8 22 NRAOVLA
43 MIG99 Migenes et al. (1999) The VSOP Prelaunch H2O Maser Survey. I. VLBA Observations H2O High_mass_SFR, HII 48 0 22 JVN
44 PAL97 Palla et al. (1997) Search for H_2_O maser emission from high-latitude IRAS sources. H2O IRAS 0 91 22 EFF
45 TAN97 Tang et al. (1997) The relation between water maser and CO outflow in strong far infrared sources H2O IRAS 15 0 22 PMODLH
46 COD96 Codella et al. (1996) The occurrence of H2O masers in the early stages of star formation. H2O CO_clumps, IRAS 54 71 22 MED
47 HOF96 Hofner & Churchwell (1996) A survey of water maser emission toward ultracompact HII regions. H2O UCHII 0 0 22 NRAOVLA
48 COD95 Codella & Palla (1995) The nature of massive protostellar candidates. I. A search for water masers towards color-selected IRAS sources. H2O IRAS 2 154 22 MED
49 COD95B Codella et al. (1995b) IRAS-selected Galactic star-forming regions - II. Water maser detections in the extended sample H2O IRAS 18 570 22 MED
50 TOF95 Tofani et al. (1995) Exploring the engines of molecular outflows. Radio continuum and H_2_O maser observations. H2O IRAS, Outflows 22 0 22 NRAOVLA
51 TOF95S Tofani et al. (1995) single-dish Exploring the engines of molecular outflows. Radio continuum and H_2_O maser observations. H2O IRAS, Outflows 143 0 22 MED
52 COD94 Codella et al. (1994) The occurrence of H_2_O masers in HII regions. H2O HII 68 342 22 MED
53 PAL94 Palumbo et al. (1994) IRAS-selected galactic star-forming regions - I. New 6_16 -- 5_23 water maser detections in molecular cores north of dec. +15. H2O IRAS 11 184 22 MED
54 PER94 Persi et al. (1994) H_2_O masers from low and intermediate luminosity young stellar objects: H_2_O masers and YSOs. H2O IRAS, YSO 0 110 22 MED
55 PAL93 Palla et al. (1993) H2O masers associated with dense molecular clouds and ultracompact HII regions. II. The extended sample. H2O IRAS, UCHII 21 45 22 MED
56 PAL93B Palagi et al. (1993) Classification and statistical properties of galactic H2O masers. H2O IRAS 203 302 22 MED
57 PAL93C Palla & Prusti (1993) Water masers associated with Herbig Ae/Be stars. H2O YSO 17 54 22 MED
58 TAY93 Taylor et al. (1993) Water Masers in the Direction of the Galactic Center. I. Results From Initial Observations H2O Galaxy_center 31 0 22 NRAOVLA
59 WOU93 Wouterloot et al. (1993) IRAS sources beyond the solar circle. III - Observations of H2O, OH, CH3OH and CO H2O,OH IRAS 306 1452 22 EFF, MED
60 FEL92 Felli et al. (1992) Molecular outflows and H2 O masers : what type of connection ? H2O Outflows 41 101 22 MED
61 PAL91 Palla et al. (1991) Water masers associated with dense molecular clouds and ultracompact HII regions. H2O IRAS, UCHII 44 217 22 MED
62 SCA91 Scappini et al. (1991) A new water maser source in LBN 594. H2O Bok 0 91 22 MED
63 GOM90 Gomez et al. (1990) H2O and SiO maser emission in OH/IR stars. H2O IRAS 4 56 22 HAYS
64 DEG89 Deguchi et al. (1989) Water maser emission from southern IRAS sources H2O IRAS 27 85 22 PRS
65 FOR89 Forster & Caswell (1989) The spatial relationship of OH and H2O masers. H2O,OH H2O, OH 67 6 22 NRAOVLA
66 CES88 Cesaroni et al. (1988) A catalogue of H2O maser sources north of delta = -30. H2O H2O 438 4 22

H2O papers (Stars)

1 GOM15 Gomez et al. (2015) A search for water maser emission toward obscured post-AGB star and planetary nebula candidates H2O 15 119 22 NRO
2 GVA14 Gvaramadze et al. (2014) IRC -10414: a bow-shock-producing red supergiant star H2O 1 0 22
3 VLE14 Vlemmings et al. (2014) From the ashes: JVLA observations of water fountain nebula candidates show the rebirth of IRAS 18455+0448 OH 7 0 22
4 YOO14 Yoon et al. (2014) SiO and H2O Maser Survey toward Post-asymptotic Giant Branch and Asymptotic Giant Branch Stars H2O,SiO 26 281 22
5 YUN14 Yung et al. (2014) Maser and Infrared Studies of Oxygen-rich Late/Post-asymptotic Giant Branch Stars and Water Fountains: Development of a New Identification Method OH 24 82 22
6 KIM13 Kim et al. (2013) Simultaneous Observations of SiO and H2O Masers toward Known Stellar H2O Maser Sources H2O,SiO 143 9 22
7 OHN13 Ohnaka et al. (2013) VLA survey of 22 GHz H2O masers toward ten silicate carbon stars H2O 5 5 22
8 YUN13 Yung et al. (2013) Water Maser Survey on AKARI and IRAS Sources: A Search for ""Low-velocity"" Water Fountains H2O 63 140 22
9 FOK12 Fok et al. (2012) Maser Observations of Westerlund 1 and Comprehensive Considerations on Maser Properties of Red Supergiants Associated with Massive Clusters H2O 1 1 22
10 CHO10 Cho & Kim (2010) Simultaneous Observations of SiO and H2O Masers Toward Symbiotic Stars H2O 9 25 22 KVN
11 DEG10A Deguchi et al. (2010) SiO and H2O Maser Observations of Red Supergiants in Star Clusters Embedded in the Galactic Disk H2O,SiO 8 22 22
12 DEG10B Deguchi et al. (2010B) SiO Maser Survey off the Galactic Plane: A Signature of Streaming Motion H2O 3 0 22
13 HIN10 Hindson et al. (2010) The G305 star-forming complex: wide-area molecular mapping of NH3 and H2O masers H2O 16 0 22 MOP
14 KIM10 Kim et al. (2010) Simultaneous Observations of SiO and H2O Masers Toward Known Stellar SiO and H2O Maser Sources. I. H2O,SiO 114 50 22
15 SUA09 Suarez et al. (2009) Water maser detections in southern candidate post-AGB stars and planetary nebulae H2O 4 0 22
16 GOM08 Gomez et al. (2008) Radio Interferometric Observations of Candidate Water-Maser-Emitting Planetary Nebulae H2O 3 0 22
17 DEA07 Deacon et al. (2007) H2O Maser Observations of Candidate Post-AGB Stars and Discovery of Three High-Velocity Water Sources H2O 21 64 22 TID
18 DEG07A Deguchi et al. (2007A) Identification of Very Red Counterparts of SiO Maser and OH/IR Objects in the GLIMPSE Survey H2O,SiO 2 19 22
19 NAK07 Nakashima & Deguchi (2007) Correlation between Infrared Colors and Intensity Ratios of SiO Maser Lines SiO 14 14 22
20 SUA07 Suarez et al. (2007) New detections of H2O masers in planetary nebulae and post-AGB stars using the Robledo-70 m antenna H2O 5 0 22
21 COH06 Cohen et al. (2006) Radio observations of the planetary nebula around the OH/IR star OH354.88-0.54 (V1018 Sco) H2O 1 0 22
22 NAK06 Nakashima & Deguchi (2006) SiO Masers in a Scutum Massive Star Cluster of Red Supergiants SiO 0 1 22
23 DEG04C Deguchi et al. (2004) Study of the Bipolar Nebula IRAS 19312+1950. II. Circumstellar Chemistry H2O 1 0 22
24 GRE04 de Gregorio-Monsalvo et al. (2004) A Survey for Water Maser Emission toward Planetary Nebulae: New Detection in IRAS 17347-3139 H2O 2 0 22
25 NAK03B Nakashima & Deguchi (2003B) SiO Maser Survey of Cold IRAS Sources SiO 3 20 22
26 SJO02 Sjouwerman et al. (2002) H2O and SiO maser emission in Galactic center OH/IR stars $O and SiO maser emission in Galactic center OH/IR stars H2O 18 0 22
27 TAK01 Takaba et al. (2001) Kashima 34-m Water Maser Survey of Late-Type Stars H2O 178 465 22
28 VAL01 Valdettaro et al. (2001) The Arcetri Catalog of H2O maser sources: Update 2000 H2O 403 568 22 MED
29 NAK00 Nakashima & Deguchi (2000) Detections of SiO and H_2O Masers in the Bipolar Nebula IRAS 19312+1950 H2O,SiO 1 0 22
30 HAN98 Han et al. (1998) New detections of H_2O maser sources on the 13.7 M radio telescope of Purple Mountain Observatory H2O IRAS, HII, Outflows, star* 96 0 22 PMODLH
31 BEN96 Benson & Little-Marenin (1996) Water Masers Associated with Circumstellar Shells H2O 33 242 22 HAYS
32 GOM94 Gómez et al. (1994) Anomalous water masers in OH/IR stars. H2O 3 1 22
33 TAK94 Takaba et al. (1994) Spectral evolution of the H2O maser in late-type stars H2O 85 89 22
34 NAKA93 Nakada et al. (1993) Detection of SiO and H2O masers in Galactic bulge sources H2O 6 0 22
35 ZUC87 Zuckerman & Lo (1987) H2O maser emission from stars in the IRAS point-source catalog H2O IRAS, pAGB_PN 10 51 22 OVRO

H2O papers (interferometry)

1 MOS19 Moscadelli et al. (2019) Protostellar Outflows at the EarliesT Stages (POETS). III. H2O masers tracing disk-winds and jets near luminous YSOs H2O Outflows 0 2 22 NRAOVLA
2 SOB18 Sobolev et al. (2018) Sun-sized Water Vapor Masers in Cepheus A H2O High_mass_SFR 1 0 22 RA
3 WAL14 Walsh et al. (2014) Accurate water maser positions from HOPS H2O H2O 507 31 22 ATCA
4 BAR11 Bartkiewicz et al. (2011) VLA observations of water masers towards 6.7 GHz methanol maser sources H2O Known_Class_II 27 4 22 NRAOVLA
5 BRE11 Breen & Ellingsen (2011) Constraining the properties of 1.2-mm dust clumps that contain luminous water masers H2O Bolocam 124 174 22 ATCA
6 DEG06 de Gregorio-Monsalvo et al. (2006) High-Resolution Observations of Water Masers in Bok Globules H2O Bok 0 2 22 NRAOVLA
7 BEU02 Beuther et al. (2002) CH3OH and H2O masers in high-mass star-forming regions H2O,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 23 6 22 ATCA
8 FOR99 Forster & Caswell (1999) OH and H_2O masers in 74 star-forming regions. The FC89 database H2O,OH Catalog 67 8 22 NRAOVLA
9 MIG99 Migenes et al. (1999) The VSOP Prelaunch H2O Maser Survey. I. VLBA Observations H2O High_mass_SFR, HII 48 0 22 JVN
10 HOF96 Hofner & Churchwell (1996) A survey of water maser emission toward ultracompact HII regions. H2O UCHII 0 0 22 NRAOVLA
11 TOF95 Tofani et al. (1995) Exploring the engines of molecular outflows. Radio continuum and H_2_O maser observations. H2O IRAS, Outflows 22 0 22 NRAOVLA

CH3OH (I class) papers (Blind surveys)

ID Ref. Short title Title Data type Target type Det. Non-det. Freq. Instrument
1 COT16 Cotton & Yusef-Zadeh (2016) A Large-scale Spectroscopic Survey of Methanol and OH Line Emission from the Galactic Center: Observations and Data OH,CH3OH_I Galaxy_center 34 0 36.2 NRAOVLA
2 JOR15 Jordan et al. (2015) MALT-45: a 7 mm survey of the southern Galaxy - I. Techniques and spectral line data SiO,CH3OH_I Blind 72 0 44.1 ATCA
3 LYO14 Lyo et al. (2014) Unbiased Water and Methanol Maser Surveys of NGC 1333 H2O,CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 2 0 44.1, 95.2, 132.9 KVN
4 YUS13 Yusef-Zadeh et al. (2013) Widespread Methanol Emission from the Galactic Center: The Role of Cosmic Rays CH3OH_I Galaxy_center, First_detection 41 0 36.2 NRAOVLA

CH3OH (I class) papers (Single-dish targeted surveys)

1 YAN20 Yang et al. (2020) 44 GHz Methanol Masers: Observations toward 95 GHz Methanol Masers CH3OH_I Known_Class_I, Bolocam 130 37 44.1, 95.2 KVN
2 BRE19 Breen et al. (2019) 84-GHz methanol masers, their relationship to 36-GHz methanol masers and their molecular environments CH3OH_I Class_I(36, 44) 89 2 36.2, 84.5 MOP
3 KIM19 Kim et al. (2019) Simultaneous 22 GHz Water and 44 GHz Methanol Masers Survey of Ultracompact HII Regions H2O,CH3OH_I UCHII 55 67 44.1 KVN
4 KIM18 Kim et al. (2018) Simultaneous Survey of Water and Class I Methanol Masers toward Red MSX Sources H2O,CH3OH_I MSX 82 215 44.1, 95.2 KVN
5 LI17 Li et al. (2017) A 95 GHz methanol emission survey toward eight small supernova remnants CH3OH_I SNR 1 0 95.2 PMODLH
6 MCC17 McCarthy et al. (2017) Detection of 36 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Emission toward NGC 4945 CH3OH_I Extragalactic 1 0 36.2 ATCA
7 TOW17 Towner et al. (2017) VLA Survey of Dense Gas in Extended Green Objects: Prevalence of 25 GHz Methanol Masers CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR, EGO 11 19 25 NRAOVLA
8 YAN17 Yang et al. (2017) A New 95 GHz Methanol Maser Catalog. I. Data CH3OH_I Bolocam 487 752 95.2 PMODLH
9 CHE16 Chen et al. (2016) Class I methanol megamasers: a potential probe of starburst activity and feedback in active galaxies CH3OH_I Extragalactic 10 4 36.2 GBT
10 KAN16 Kang et al. (2016) Linear Polarization of Class I Methanol Masers in Massive Star-forming Regions CH3OH_I Class_I(44) 36 0 44.1, 95.2 KVN
11 LAD16 Ladeyschikov et al. (2016) Molecular emission in dense massive clumps from the star-forming regions S231-S235 CH3OH_I CO_clumps, IRAS 4 6 36.2 RT22_PRAO
12 KAN15 Kang et al. (2015) Simultaneous Observation of Water and Class I Methanol Masers toward Class II Methanol Maser Sources CH3OH_I Class_II(6) 25 55 44.1, 95.2 KVN
13 KIM15 Kim et al. (2015) Molecular Outflows from Newly Formed Massive Stars H2O,CH3OH_I YSO, Outflows 8 4 44.1 KVN
14 NAK15 Nakashima et al. (2015) Methanol observation of IRAS 19312+1950: A possible new type of class I methanol maser CH3OH_I Other 1 1 23.4, 36.2, 44.1, 95.2, 108.9 NRO
15 GOM14 Gomez et al. (2014) A sensitive search for methanol line emission toward evolved stars CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II pAGB_PN 0 73 24.9 GBT
16 WAN14 Wang et al. (2014) SiO and CH3OH mega-masers in NGC 1068 CH3OH_I Extragalactic 1 0 84.5 IRAM
17 GAN13 Gan et al. (2013) A Search for 95 GHz Class I Methanol Masers in Molecular Outflows CH3OH_I Outflows 55 222 95.2 PMODLH
18 KAN13 Kang et al. (2013) Water and Methanol Maser Survey of Protostars in the Orion Molecular Cloud Complex H2O,CH3OH_I YSO 4 53 44.1, 95.2, 132.9 KVN
19 CHE12 Chen et al. (2012) A 95 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Survey toward a Sample of GLIMPSE Point Sources Associated with BGPS Clumps CH3OH_I GLIMPSE, Bolocam 63 150 95.2 PMODLH
20 CHO12 Choi et al. (2012) Water and Methanol Maser Activities in the NGC 2024 FIR 6 Region H2O,CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 1 23.1, 44.1, 86.6, 86.9, 94.5, 95.2, 132.6, 132.9 KVN
21 DEG12B Deguchi et al. (2012b) Maser Emission toward the Infrared Dark Cloud G359.94+0.17 Seen in Silhouette against the Galactic Center H2O,SiO,CH3OH_I IRDC 1 0 44.1 NRO
22 LIM12 Lim et al. (2012) Candidates for the Young Stellar Outflows: Water and Methanol Masers from Young Stellar Objects H2O,CH3OH_I YSO, Other 13 0 44.1 KVN
23 BAE11 Bae et al. (2011) A Multi-epoch, Simultaneous Water and Methanol Maser Survey toward Intermediate-mass Young Stellar Objects H2O,CH3OH_I YSO 10 175 44.1 KVN
24 CHE11 Chen et al. (2011) A 95 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Survey Toward Glimpse Extended Green Objects (EGOs) CH3OH_I EGO, GLIMPSE, YSO, Outflows 102 87 95.2 MOP
25 LIT11 Litovchenko et al. (2011) Search for class I methanol maser emission toward several supernova remnants CH3OH_I SNR 1 0 44.1 ONSALA
26 LIT11B Litovchenko et al. (2011b) Search for class I methanol maser emission in various types of objects in the interstellar medium CH3OH_I IRAS, UCHII, YSO, Outflows, HII* 9 54 44.1 ONSALA
27 VOR11 Voronkov et al. (2011) Discovery of the new class I methanol maser transition at 23.4 GHz CH3OH_I First_detection 1 0 9.9, 23.4, 24.9, 25, 25.1, 25.3 ATCA
28 FON10 Fontani et al. (2010) Class I and Class II methanol masers in high-mass star-forming regions CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR, IRAS 27 0 44.1, 95.2 NRO
29 KAL10 Kalenskii et al. (2010) Search for Class I methanol masers in low-mass star formation regions CH3OH_I Low_mass_SFR, Outflows 7 67 36.2, 44.1 ONSALA
30 POL10 Polushkin & Valtts (2010) Class I Methanol Emission Around DR 21 (OH) CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 3 0 36.2, 44.1 ONSALA
31 ZUB08 Zubrin & Shulga (2008) The 95 GHz Methanol Maser towards the Supernova Remnant Kes 79 CH3OH_I SNR 1 0 95.2 RT22_CrAO
32 ZUB07 Zubrin et al. (2007) Methanol Masers Observations in the 3-mm Bandwidth at the Radio Telescope RT-22 CrAO CH3OH_I Other 3 0 95.2 RT22_CrAO
33 KAL06 Kalenskii et al. (2006) The detection of class I methanol masers towards regions of low-mass star formation CH3OH_I Low_mass_SFR 4 0 44.1, 84.5, 95.2 ONSALA
34 ELL05 Ellingsen (2005) The relationship between class I and class II methanol masers CH3OH_I Class_II(6) 24 31 95.2 MOP
35 WIE04 Wiesemeyer et al. (2004) The polarization of mm methanol masers CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II Class_I(84, 95, 133), Class_II(107, 157) 10 0 84.5, 95.2, 132.9 IRAM
36 SLY02 Slysh et al. (2002) Methanol Radio Emission at Millimeter Wavelengths: New Masers at 1.3 and 2.8 Millimeters CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 6 6 108.9, 165.1, 229.8, 230 IRAM
37 KAL01 Kalenskii et al. (2001) The Detection of New Methanol Masers in the 5-1-40E Line CH3OH_I Class_I 39 3 84.5, 95.2 ONSALA
38 VAL00 Valtts et al. (2000) Detection of new sources of methanol emission at 95GHz with the Mopra telescope CH3OH_I Class_I(36, 44), Class_II 83 68 95.2 MOP
39 ROL99 Rollig et al. (1999) A search for methanol masers at 9.978 GHz and 10.058 GHz CH3OH_I Class_II(6) 0 87 10, 10.1 GBT
40 VAL98 Valtts (1998) The unusual methanol maser 345.01+1.79 CH3OH_I Other 1 0 6.7, 12.2, 44.1, 95.2, 107, 108.9, 132.9, 156.6, 157.2, 229.8 MOP
41 SLY97 Slysh et al. (1997) Detection of a New Methanol Maser Line with the Kitt Peak 12 Meter Telescope by Remote Observing from Moscow CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 6 0 132.9
42 KAL96 Kalenskii et al. (1996) The Observations of Methanol at 36 GHz in Pushchino CH3OH_I UCHII 17 0 36.2 RT22_PRAO
43 LIE96 Liechti & Wilson (1996) Maps of the 36GHz methanol emission. CH3OH_I Class_I(25, 44, 84, 95) 38 7 36.2 EFF
44 VAL95 Valtts et al. (1995) A 95 GHz survey of methanol masers. CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 27 0 95.2 ONSALA
45 KAL94 Kalenskii et al. (1994) Detection of 13 new 4_1-3 0E- methanol sources at 36 GHz. CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 15 0 36.2
46 KAL94B Kalenskii et al. (1994B) Observations of methanol masers at 95 GHz CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 8 0 95.2
47 SLY94 Slysh et al. (1994) The Parkes Survey of Methanol Masers at 44.07-GHz CH3OH_I Class_II(6) 58 0 44.1
48 KAL93 Kalenskij et al. (1993) A study of methanol masers at 36 and 44 GHz and 48 GHz thermal emission around them CH3OH_I IRAS 3 1 36.2, 44.1
49 SLY93 Slysh et al. (1993) The detection of a new methanol maser transition at 9.9 GHz CH3OH_I First_detection 3 3 9.9, 10, 10.1 GBT
50 BER92 Berulis et al. (1992) Observations of the methanol 4-1-30 E line in molecular clouds CH3OH_I Class_I 8 0 36.2
51 KAL92 Kalenskij et al. (1992) A search for methanol masers at 44 GHz CH3OH_I YSO, IRAS 3 0 36.2, 44.1
52 BAC90 Bachiller et al. (1990) The 44 GHz methanol masers - Results of an extensive survey in the 7(0)-6(1)A(+) line CH3OH_I H2O 15 0 44.1
53 FOR90 Forster et al. (1990) Molecules and masers near compact H II regions CH3OH_I UCHII 10 0 44.1
54 HAS90 Haschick et al. (1990) Detection of widespread strong methanol masers at 44 GHz CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 19 1 44.1
55 PLA90 Plambeck & Menten (1990) 95 GHz methanol masers near DR 21 and DR 21(OH) CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 2 0 95.2
56 HAS89 Haschick & Baan (1989) The detection of the 4(-1)-3(0) E transition of methanol at 36.2 GHz toward hot H II regions CH3OH_I HII 19 0 36.2
57 MEN86 Menten et al. (1986) The centimeter transitions of E-type methanol CH3OH_I First_detection 4 0 25
58 MEN86B Menten et al. (1986b) Torsionally excited methanol in hot molecular cloud cores CH3OH_I First_detection 4 0 23.4
59 NAK86 Nakano & Yoshida (1986) Molecular line observations of the S235B region CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 95.2
60 MOR85 Morimoto et al. (1985) New maser lines of methanol CH3OH_I First_detection, HII 4 0 36.2
61 TUR72 Turner et al. (1972) Detection of the 4_{1}-3_{0} (E_{2}) Line of Interstellar Methyl Alcohol CH3OH_I First_detection 1 0 36.2
62 BAR71 Barrett et al. (1971) Detection of Methyl Alcohol in Orion at a Wavelength of ~1 Centimeter CH3OH_I First_detection 1 17 24.9, 25, 25.1, 25.3 HAYS

CH3OH (I class) papers (interferometry)

1 CHE19 Chen et al. (2019) Discovery of a New Class I Methanol Maser Transition at 266.8 GHz CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 218.4, 229.8, 266.8 SMA
2 CHE18 Chen et al. (2018) Direct Evidence for Maser Emission from the 36.2 GHz Class I Transition of Methanol in NGC253 CH3OH_I Extragalactic 1 0 36.2 NRAOVLA
3 ELL18 Ellingsen et al. (2018) The first high-resolution observations of 37.7-, 38.3-, and 38.5-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 11 0 36.2 ATCA
4 MCC18 McCarthy et el. (2018) Investigations of the Class I methanol masers in NGC 4945 CH3OH_I Extragalactic 1 0 36.2 NRAOVLA
5 MCC18B McCarthy et el. (2018b) Detection of 84 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Emission toward NGC 253 CH3OH_I Extragalactic 2 0 36.2, 84.5 ATCA
6 MCC18C McCarthy et el. (2018c) The relationship between Class I and Class II methanol masers at high angular resolution CH3OH_I Class_I(95), Class_II(6) 28 0 95.2 ATCA
7 ELL17 Ellingsen et al. (2017) Class I methanol masers in NGC 253: Alcohol at the end of the bar CH3OH_I Extragalactic 1 0 36.2 ATCA
8 GOR17 Gorski et al. (2017) Survey of Water and Ammonia in Nearby Galaxies (SWAN): Resolved Ammonia Thermometry, and Water and Methanol Masers in the Nuclear Starburst of NGC 253 CH3OH_I Extragalactic 1 0 36.2 NRAOVLA
9 JOR17 Jordan et al. (2017) MALT-45: A 7 mm survey of the southern Galaxy - II. ATCA follow-up observations of 44 GHz class I methanol masers SiO,CH3OH_I Class_I(44) 65 9 44.1 ATCA
10 MOM17 Momjian & Sarma (2017) The Zeeman Effect in the 44 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Line toward DR21(OH) CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 44.1 NRAOVLA
11 ROD17 Rodriguez-Garza et al. (2017) A Catalog of 44 GHz Methanol Masers in Massive Star-forming Regions. IV. The High-mass Protostellar Object Sample CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR, HII 24 30 44.1 NRAOVLA
12 TOW17 Towner et al. (2017) VLA Survey of Dense Gas in Extended Green Objects: Prevalence of 25 GHz Methanol Masers CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR, EGO 11 19 25 NRAOVLA
13 GOM16 Gomez-Ruiz et al. (2016) A Catalog of Methanol Masers in Massive Star-forming Regions. III. The Molecular Outflow Sample CH3OH_I UCHII, YSO 29 40 44.1 NRAOVLA
14 MCE16B McEwen et al. (2016b) NH3(3,3) and CH3OH near Supernova Remnants: GBT and VLA Observations CH3OH_I SNR 4 1 36.2, 44.1 GBT
15 CHE15 Chen et al. (2015) Detection of a Methanol Megamaser in a Major-Merger Galaxy CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II Extragalactic 1 0 36.2 ATCA
16 ELL14 Ellingsen et al. (2014) Detection of 36 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Emission toward NGC 253 CH3OH_I Extragalactic 1 0 36.2 ATCA
17 HUN14 Hunter et al. (2014) Subarcsecond Imaging of the NGC 6334 I(N) Protocluster: Two Dozen Compact Sources and a Massive Disk Candidate CH3OH_I YSO, First_detection 1 0 218.4, 229.8 SMA
18 MAT14 Matsumoto et al. (2014) The First Very Long Baseline Interferometry Image of a 44 GHz Methanol Maser with the KVN and VERA Array (KaVA) CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 44.1 KaVA
19 PIH14 Pihlstrom et al. (2014) Detection of Class I Methanol (CH3OH) Maser Candidates in Supernova Remnants CH3OH_I SNR 3 18 36.2, 44.1 NRAOVLA
20 VOR14 Voronkov et al. (2014) Southern class I methanol masers at 36 and 44 GHz CH3OH_I Class_I(36, 44, 95) 68 0 36.2, 44.1 ATCA
21 YAN14 Yanagida et al. (2014) ALMA Observations of the IRDC Clump G34.43+00.24 MM3: 278 GHz Class I Methanol Masers CH3OH_I IRDC, First_detection 1 0 278.3 ALMA
22 KAL13 Kalenskii et al. (2013) Class I methanol masers in low-mass star-forming regions CH3OH_I Low_mass_SFR 4 0 44.1 NRAOVLA
23 CHA11 Chambers et al. (2011) Methanol Maser Emission from Galactic Center Sources with Excess 4.5 mum Emission CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II YSO 6 22 44.1 NRAOVLA
24 FIS11 Fish et al. (2011) First Interferometric Images of the 36 GHz Methanol Masers in the DR21 Complex CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 3 0 36.2 NRAOVLA
25 PIH11 Pihlstrom et al. (2011) Expanded Very Large Array Detection of 44.1 GHz Class I Methanol Masers in Sagittarius A CH3OH_I Galaxy_center 1 0 44.1 NRAOVLA
26 SJO11 Sjouwerman et al. (2011) Expanded VLA Detection of 36.2 GHz Class I Methanol Masers in Sagittarius A CH3OH_I Galaxy_center 1 0 36.2 NRAOVLA
27 GOM10 Gomez et al. (2010) A Catalog of CH3OH 70-61 A + Maser Sources in Massive Star-forming Regions. II. Masers in NGC 6334F, G8.67-0.36, and M17 CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 3 0 44.1 NRAOVLA
28 KAL10B Kalenskii et al. (2010B) VLA observations of class I methanol masers in the region of low-mass star formation L1157 CH3OH_I Low_mass_SFR 1 0 44.1 NRAOVLA
29 VOR10 Voronkov et al. (2010) High-velocity feature of the class I methanol maser in G309.38-0.13 CH3OH_I Other 1 0 36.2, 44.1 ATCA
30 VOR10B Voronkov et al. (2010b) New 9.9-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 4 44 9.9 ATCA
31 ARA09 Araya et al. (2009) Radio Continuum and Methanol Observations of DR21(OH) CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 44.1 NRAOVLA
32 CYG09 Cyganowski et al. (2009) A Class I and Class II CH3OH Maser Survey of EGOs from the GLIMPSE Survey CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II EGO, GLIMPSE, YSO 17 1 44.1 NRAOVLA
33 SLY09 Slysh & Kalenskii (2009) Structure of the class I methanol masers OMC-2 and NGC 2264 CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 2 44.1, 95.2 NRAOVLA
34 ARA08 Araya et al. (2008) Thermal Methanol Observations of the Outflow from the G31.41+0.31 Hot Molecular Core CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR, Outflows 1 0 44.1 NRAOVLA
35 VOR06 Voronkov et al. (2006) Class I methanol masers in the outflow of IRAS16547-4247 CH3OH_I YSO 1 1 9.9, 24.9, 25, 25.1, 25.3, 25.5, 84.5, 95.2, 104.3 ATCA
36 BEU05 Beuther et al. (2005) High Spatial Resolution Observations of NH3 and CH3OH toward the Massive Twin Cores NGC 6334I and NGC 6334I(N) CH3OH_I UCHII 1 1 24.9 ATCA
37 VOR05 Voronkov et al. (2005) The 6.7- and 25-GHz methanol masers in OMC-1 CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 1 0 25 ATCA
38 KUR04 Kurtz et al. (2004) A Catalog of CH3OH 70-61 A+ Maser Sources in Massive Star-forming Regions CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 36 10 44.1 NRAOVLA
39 KOG98 Kogan & Slysh (1998) VLA Imaging of Class I Methanol Masers at 7 Millimeters with Angular Resolution approximately 0.2 Arcseconds CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 8 0 44.1 NRAOVLA
40 LIE97 Liechti & Walmsley (1997) Thermal methanol emission in the DR21 complex. Interferometric maps: a comparison with maser emission. CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 2 0 IRAM_inter
41 MEH97 Mehringer & Menten (1997) 44 GHz Methanol Masers and Quasi-Thermal Emission in Sagittarius B2 CH3OH_I Galaxy_center 1 0 44.1 NRAOVLA
42 JOH92 Johnston et al. (1992) The distribution of the 6(2)-6(1) and 5(2)-5(1) E-type methanol masers in OMC-1 CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 25 NRAOVLA
43 BAT88 Batrla & Menten (1988) Detection of a strong new maser line of methanol toward DR 21(OH) CH3OH_I First_detection 1 0 84.5
44 MAT80 Matsakis et al. (1980) An interferometric and multitransitional study of the Orion methanol masers CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 25, 25.1 HCRO

CH3OH (II class) papers

ID Ref. Short title Title Data type Target type Det. Non-det. Freq. Instrument
1 RIC19 Rickert et al. (2019) A 6.7 GHz methanol maser survey of the central molecular zone CH3OH_II Galaxy_center 26 0 6.7 NRAOVLA
2 SUR19 Surcis et al. (2019) EVN observations of 6.7 GHz methanol maser polarization in massive star-forming regions. IV. Magnetic field strength limits and structure for seven additional sources CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR, YSO 7 0 6.7 EVN
3 YAN19 Yang et al. (2019) A 6.7 GHz Methanol Maser Survey. II. Low Galactic Latitudes CH3OH_II WISE, YSO 287 0 6.7 TMRT
4 ELL18 Ellingsen et al. (2018) The first high-resolution observations of 37.7-, 38.3-, and 38.5-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 10 0 37.7, 38.3, 38.5 ATCA
5 HUN18 Hunter et al. (2018) The Extraordinary Outburst in the Massive Protostellar System NGC 6334I-MM1: Emergence of Strong 6.7 GHz Methanol Masers OH,CH3OH_II Known_Class_II
6 MAC18 MacLeod et al. (2018) A masing event in NGC 6334I: contemporaneous flaring of hydroxyl, methanol, and water masers H2O,OH,CH3OH_II Known_Class_II, Flare
7 SUN18 Sun et al. (2018) Discovery of H2O, CH3OH, and OH Masers in the Extreme Outer Galaxy H2O,OH,CH3OH_II Other 2 0 6.7 EFF
8 MOS17 Moscadelli et al. (2017) Extended CH3OH maser flare excited by a bursting massive YSO CH3OH_II Known_Class_II, Flare
9 SAN17 Sanna et al. (2017) Planar infall of CH3OH gas around Cepheus A HW2 CH3OH_II Known_Class_II
10 YAN17B Yang et al. (2017B) A 6.7 GHz Methanol Maser Survey at High Galactic Latitudes CH3OH_II WISE, YSO 12 1459 6.7 TMRT
11 ZIN17 Zinchenko et al. (2017) Detection of a new methanol maser line with ALMA CH3OH_II Known_Class_II
12 BAR16 Bartkiewicz et al. (2016) European VLBI Network imaging of 6.7 GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 15 2 6.7 EVN
13 BRE16 Breen et al. (2016) 12.2-GHz methanol maser MMB follow-up catalogue - IV. Longitude range 20°-60° CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 108 3 12.2 PRS
14 HU16 Hu et al. (2016) On the Relationship of UC HII Regions and Class II Methanol Masers. I. Source Catalogs CH3OH_II Known_Class_II, UCHII 325 32 6.7 NRAOVLA
15 SZY16 Szymczak et al. (2016) Discovery of periodic and alternating flares of the methanol and water masers in G107.298+5.639 CH3OH_II Known_Class_II
16 VAN16 van der Walt et al. (2016) Periodic methanol masers in G9.62+0.20E CH3OH_II Known_Class_II
17 BRE15 Breen et al. (2015) The 6-GHz methanol multibeam maser catalogue - V. Galactic longitudes 20°-60° CH3OH_II Blind 237 7 6.7 ATCA/MER, PRS
18 CHE15 Chen et al. (2015) Detection of a Methanol Megamaser in a Major-Merger Galaxy CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II Extragalactic 1 0 37.7 ATCA
19 KRI15 Krishnan et al. (2015) First Parallax Measurements Towards a 6.7 GHz Methanol Maser with the Australian Long Baseline Array - Distance to G 339.884-1.259. CH3OH_II Known_Class_II
20 BRE14 Breen et al. (2014) 12.2-GHz methanol maser MMB follow-up catalogue - III. Longitude range 10° to 20° CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 45 5 12.2 PRS
21 FUJ14C Fujisawa et al. (2014) Observations of 6.7 GHz methanol masers with East-Asian VLBI Network. I. VLBI images of the first epoch of observations CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 36 0 6.7
22 OLM14 Olmi et al. (2014) Discovery of weak 6.7 GHz CH3OH masers in a sample of high-mass Hi-GAL sources CH3OH_II Herschel 35 70 6.7 Arecibo
23 SUN14 Sun et al. (2014) 6.7 GHz methanol maser survey toward GLIMPSE point sources and BGPS 1.1 mm dust clumps CH3OH_II GLIMPSE, Bolocam 30 0 6.7 EFF
24 ELL13 Ellingsen et al. (2013) Testing maser-based evolutionary schemes: a new search for 37.7-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 18 51 37.7, 38.3, 38.5 MOP
25 KRI13 Krishnan et al. (2013) The first high-resolution observations of 19.9-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 9 0 6.7, 20, 23.1 ATCA
26 BRE12 Breen et al. (2012) 12.2-GHz methanol maser Methanol Multibeam follow-up catalogue - II. Longitude range 186°-330° CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 76 19 12.2 PRS
27 BRE12B Breen et al. (2012b) 12.2-GHz methanol maser MMB follow-up catalogue - I. Longitude range 330° to 10° CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 174 31 12.2 PRS
28 SZY12 Szymczak et al. (2012) The Torun catalogue of 6.7 GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II IRAS, Blind* 279 0 6.7
29 CHA11 Chambers et al. (2011) Methanol Maser Emission from Galactic Center Sources with Excess 4.5 mum Emission CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II YSO 8 21 6.7 NRAOVLA
30 ELL11B Ellingsen et al. (2011) 37 GHz Methanol Masers : Horsemen of the Apocalypse for the Class II Methanol Maser Phase? CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 13 57 37.7, 38.3, 38.5
31 GRE11 Green & McClure-Griffiths (2011) Distances to southern 6.7-GHz methanol masers through H I self-absorption CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 649 0 6.7
32 MAT11 Matsumoto et al. (2011) Astrometry of 6.7GHz Methanol Maser toward W 3(OH) with Japanese VLBI Network CH3OH_II Known_Class_II
33 PAN11 Pandian et al. (2011) The Arecibo Methanol Maser Galactic Plane Survey. IV. Accurate Astrometry and Source Morphologies CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 70 0 6.7 EVLA, MERLIN
34 VLE11 Vlemmings et al. (2011) Zeeman splitting of 6.7 GHz methanol masers. On the uncertainty of magnetic field strength determinations CH3OH_II Known_Class_II
35 BRE10B Breen et al. (2010B) 12.2-GHz methanol masers towards 1.2-mm dust clumps: quantifying high-mass star formation evolutionary schemes CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 61 42 12.2 PRS
36 CAS10-12 Caswell et al. (2010-2012) The 6-GHz methanol multibeam maser catalogue I-IV CH3OH_II Blind 619 7 6.7 ATCA, PRS
37 FON10 Fontani et al. (2010) Class I and Class II methanol masers in high-mass star-forming regions CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR, IRAS 55 0 6.7 EFF
38 BAR09 Bartkiewicz et al. (2009) The diversity of methanol maser morphologies from VLBI observations CH3OH_II Known_Class_II, YSO 31 20 6.7 MERLIN
39 CAS09 Caswell (2009) Precise Positions of Methanol Masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 296 0 6.7 ATCA
40 CYG09 Cyganowski et al. (2009) A Class I and Class II CH3OH Maser Survey of EGOs from the GLIMPSE Survey CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II EGO, GLIMPSE,YSO 17 1 6.7 NRAOVLA
41 XU09 Xu et al. (2009) Absolute positions of 6.7-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II
42 PAN08 Pandian et al. (2008) Resolving distance ambiguities towards 6.7 GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II
43 SUG08 Sugiyama et al. (2008) A Synchronized Variation of the 6.7GHz Methanol Maser in Cepheus A CH3OH_II Known_Class_II
44 VLE08 Vlemmings (2008) A new probe of magnetic fields during high-mass star formation. Zeeman splitting of 6.7 GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II
45 XU08 Xu et al. (2008) A high-sensitivity 6.7 GHz methanol maser survey toward H2O sources CH3OH_II H2O 10 78 6.7 EFF
46 ELL07 Ellingsen (2007) A GLIMPSE-based search for 6.7-GHz methanol masers and the lifetime of their spectral features CH3OH_II GLIMPSE 30 170 6.7
47 PAN07 Pandian et al. (2007) The Arecibo Methanol Maser Galactic Plane Survey. I. Data CH3OH_II Blind 75 0 6.7 Arecibo
48 PES05 Pestalozzi et al. (2005) A general catalogue of 6.7-GHz methanol masers. I. Data. CH3OH_II Catalog 504 0 6.7
49 VOR05 Voronkov et al. (2005) The 6.7- and 25-GHz methanol masers in OMC-1 CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 1 0 6.7 ATCA
50 BLA04 Blaszkiewicz & Kus (2004) 12.2 GHz survey towards 6.7 GHz methanol masers. A comparison of 12.2 GHz and 6.7 GHz spectra CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 19 0 12.2 Torun_32m
51 CRA04 Cragg et al. (2004) Search for class II methanol masers at 23.1 GHz CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 1 46 23.1 PRS
52 ELL04 Ellingsen et al. (2004) Discovery of new 19.9-GHz methanol masers in star-forming regions CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 7 15 20 TID
53 GOE04 Goedhart et al. (2004) Long-term monitoring of 6.7-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 53 0 6.7 HartRAO
54 WIE04 Wiesemeyer et al. (2004) The polarization of mm methanol masers CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II Class_I(84, 95,133),Class_II(107,157) 3 0 107, 157 IRAM
55 MAL03 Malyshev & Sobolev (2003) Unified Catalogue of Class II Methanol Masers at 6 GHz CH3OH_II Catalog 319 0 6.7
56 MIN03 Minier et al. (2003) The protostellar mass limit for 6.7 GHz methanol masers. I. A low-mass YSO survey CH3OH_II Low_mass_SFR, YSO 1 32 6.7 ATCA
57 BEU02 Beuther et al. (2002) CH3OH and H2O masers in high-mass star-forming regions H2O,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 21 8 6.7 ATCA
58 SZY02 Szymczak et al. (2002) 6.7 GHz methanol masers at sites of star formation. A blind survey of the Galactic plane between 20 < l < 40 degr and b < 0.52 CH3OH_II Blind 97 0 6.7 Torun_32m
59 CAS00 Caswell et al. (2000) Methanol masers at 107.0 and 156.6GHz CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 25 50 107, 156.6 SEST
60 COD00 Codella & Moscadelli (2000) On the occurrence of the 6.7 GHz CH3OH maser emission in UCH bt II regions H2O,CH3OH_II UCHII 17 0 6.7 MED
61 SZY00 Szymczak et al. (2000) A survey of the 6.7 GHz methanol maser emission from IRAS sources. I. Data CH3OH_II IRAS 178 1201 6.7 Torun_32m
62 RAM99 Ramesh (1999) Detection of 6 new 107 GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II IRAS 6 0 107 MOP
63 SLY99 Slysh et al. (1999) The Medicina survey of methanol masers at 6.7 GHz CH3OH_II IRAS 41 385 6.7 MED
64 SLY99B Slysh et al. (1999b) Nonequilibrium Excitation of Methanol in Galactic Molecular Clouds: Multitransitional Observations at 2 Millimeters CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II 68 52 132.6, 132.9, 133.6, 156.5, 156.8, 157, 157.2, 157.3, 166.2 KP12m
65 VAL99 Valtts et al. (1999) Detection of new sources of methanol emission at 107 and 108GHz with the Mopra telescope CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 24 76 107, 108.9 MOP
66 MAC98 MacLeod et al. (1998) 6.7 GHz Methanol Masers Associated with IRAS-Selected Sources CH3OH_II IRAS 9 270 6.7, 12.2 HartRAO
67 PHI98 Phillips et al. (1998) Methanol masers and their environment at high resolution CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 31 0 6.7 ATCA
68 WAL98 Walsh et al. (1998) Studies of ultracompact HII regions - II. High-resolution radio continuum and methanol maser survey CH3OH_II IRAS 158 45 6.7 ATCA
69 CAS97 Caswell (1997) Coincidence of maser emission from OH at 6.035 GHz and methanol at 6.668 GHz OH,CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 38 0 6.7 ATCA
70 WAL97 Walsh et al. (1997) Studies of ultracompact HII regions - I. Methanol maser survey of IRAS-selected sources CH3OH_II IRAS, UCHII 197 329 6.7 PRS
71 CAS96 Caswell (1996) A Galactic Centre survey for 6.6-GHz methanol masers. CH3OH_II Blind 11 0 6.7 ATCA
72 CAS96B Caswell (1996B) A new survey for 6.6-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Blind 51 0 6.7 ATCA
73 ELL96B Ellingsen et al. (1996) A survey of the Galactic plane for 6.7-GHz methanol masers - I. l=325-335 b=-0.53-0.53 CH3OH_II Blind 46 0 6.7 Hobart_26m
74 VAN96 van der Walt et al. (1996) A search for 5_1-6_0 A^+-methanol masers towards faint IRAS sources CH3OH_II IRAS 5 235 6.7 HartRAO
75 CAS95 Caswell et al. (1995) Galactic methanol masers at 12 GHz CH3OH_II Known_Class_II, OH 120 0 12.2 PRS
76 CAS95B Caswell et al. (1995) Methanol and hydroxyl maser positions OH,CH3OH_II Known_Class_II, OH 28 0 6.7 ATCA
77 CAS95C Caswell et al. (1995C) Galactic methanol masers at 6.6 GHz CH3OH_II OH 216 0 6.7, 12.2 PRS
78 VAL95B Valtts et al. (1995b) The discovery of methanol masers at 107 GHz CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 15 26 107 ONSALA
79 VAN95 van der Walt et al. (1995) New detections of 5_1_-6_0_A^+^-methanol masers towards IRAS sources. CH3OH_II UCHII 31 488 6.7 HartRAO
80 GAY94 Gaylard et al. (1994) 12.2-GHz methanol and 1.6-GHz hydroxyl masers associated with new 6.7-GHz methanol masers. OH,CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 18 0 12.2 HartRAO
81 CAS93 Caswell et al. (1993) Methanol masers at 12 GHz. CH3OH_II OH 56 0 12.2 PRS
82 GAY93 Gaylard & MacLeod (1993) New detections of 6.6 GHz 5 1 -6 0 A+ methanol emission towards southern hydroxyl masers. CH3OH_II OH 19 0 6.7 HartRAO
83 SCH93 Schutte et al. (1993) Detection of 35 new 5_1-6_0 A+ methanol masers towards IRAS sources CH3OH_II IRAS 35 235 6.7 HartRAO
84 MAC92 MacLeod & Gaylard (1992) Detection of 5 1-6 0 A+ -methanol masers towards southern galactic OH masers. CH3OH_II OH 39 1 6.7 HartRAO
85 MAC92B MacLeod et al. (1992b) Search and detection of 5 1-6 0A+ -methanol masers towards southern galactic star-forming regions. CH3OH_II Known_Class_II, High_mass_SFR 20 0 6.7 HartRAO
86 MEN91B Menten (1991b) The discovery of a new, very strong, and widespread interstellar methanol maser line CH3OH_II 84 2 6.7 GBT
87 MEN89 Menten & Batrla (1989) Observations of various methanol maser transitions toward the NGC 6334 region CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 1 0 20, 23.1 GBT

OH papers

ID Ref. Short title Title Data type Detections Non-detections ASCII Freq.
1 BEU19 Beuther et al. (2019) OH maser emission in the THOR survey of the northern Milky Way OH 777 6 0 1612, 1665, 1667, 1720
2 SUN18 Sun et al. (2018) Discovery of H2O, CH3OH, and OH Masers in the Extreme Outer Galaxy H2O,OH,CH3OH_II 1 0 0 4765
3 QIA16 Qiao et al. (2016) Unusual Shock-excited OH Maser Emission in a Young Planetary Nebula OH 1 0 0 1612, 1667, 1720
4 GON14 Gonidakis et al. (2014) Polarization maser observations of late-type stars at OH 1665 and 1667 MHz OH 0 34 0 1665, 1667
5 GVA14 Gvaramadze et al. (2014) IRC -10414: a bow-shock-producing red supergiant star H2O 1 0 0 1612, 1665, 1667
6 VLE14 Vlemmings et al. (2014) From the ashes: JVLA observations of water fountain nebula candidates show the rebirth of IRAS 18455+0448 OH 1 1 0 1612, 1665, 1667
7 YUN14 Yung et al. (2014) Maser and Infrared Studies of Oxygen-rich Late/Post-asymptotic Giant Branch Stars and Water Fountains: Development of a New Identification Method OH 24 47 0 1612, 1665, 1667
8 WOL12 Wolak et al. (2012) Polarization properties of OH masers in AGB and post-AGB stars OH 117 0 0 1612, 1665, 1667
9 RUD10 Rudnitski et al. (2010) Polarization observations of circumstellar OH masers OH 55 41 0 1612, 1665, 1667
10 DAV08 Davies et al. (2008) The Cool Supergiant Population of the Massive Young Star Cluster RSGC1 OH 1 2 0 1612
11 GOM08 Gomez et al. (2008) Radio Interferometric Observations of Candidate Water-Maser-Emitting Planetary Nebulae H2O 4 4 0 1612, 1665
12 LIB08 Libert et al. (2008) H I and CO in the circumstellar environment of the oxygen-rich AGB star RX Leporis OH 0 1 0 1612, 1665, 1667
13 ENG07 Engels & Jiménez-Esteban (2007) Lifetime of OH masers at the tip of the asymptotic giant branch OH 114 100 0 1612, 1665, 1667
14 SJO07 Sjouwerman et al. (2007) Excited-State OH Main-Line Masers in AU Geminorum and NML Cygni OH 1 0 0 1665, 1667
15 LEW06 Lewis (2006) On Modeling the Near-Infrared Two-Color Locus of OH/IR Stars with a Constant dM/dt OH 1 0 0 1612, 1665, 1667
16 COH05 Cohen et al. (2005) A circular planetary nebula around the OH/IR star OH354.88-0.54 (V1018 Sco) OH 1 0 0 1612
17 SZY05 Szymczak et al. (2005) Masers as signposts of high-mass protostars. A water maser survey of methanol maser sources H2O 1 0 0 1612
18 DEA04 Deacon et al. (2004) OH Maser Observations of Likely Planetary Nebulae Precursors OH 86 69 0 1612, 1665, 1667
19 DEG04C Deguchi et al. (2004) Study of the Bipolar Nebula IRAS 19312+1950. II. Circumstellar Chemistry H2O 1 0 0 1612, 1665, 1667
20 SIV04 Sivagnanam (2004) Searches for OH masers in the circumstellar envelopes of red giant irregular variable stars OH 0 54 0 1665, 1667
21 SZY04 Szymczak & Gérard (2004) Polarimetric observations of OH masers in proto-planetary nebulae OH 0 47 0 1612, 1667
22 BAI03A Bains et al. (2003) The disappearance of the 1667-MHz OH maser in IRAS 17436+5003 (HD 161796) OH 0 1 0 1612, 1667
23 ETO03 Etoka et al. (2003) Detection of 1612 MHz OH emission in the semiregular variable stars RT Vir, R Crt and W Hya OH 3 1 0 1612, 1665, 1667
24 LEW02 Lewis (2002) On Dead OH/IR Stars OH 0 5 0 1612
25 DYE01 Dyer et al. (2001) Australia Telescope Compact Array Observations of the OH Star Roberts 22: Resolved Images of Hydroxyl Emission OH 1 0 0 1612, 1665, 1667
26 GLE01 Gledhill et al. (2001) OH maser mapping of the evolved star HD 179821: evidence for interacting outflows OH 0 1 0 1612, 1667
27 LEW01 Lewis et al. (2001) The Approaching Death of the OH/IR star IRAS 18455+0448 OH 1 0 0 1612, 1665, 1667
28 SEV01A Sevenster et al. (2001A) The ATCA/VLA OH 1612 MHz survey. III. Observations of the Northern Galactic Plane OH 283 2 0 1612
29 SEV01B Sevenster & Chapman (2001B) A Shock-excited OH Maser in a Post-Asymptotic Giant Branch Envelope? OH 1 1 0 1612, 1665, 1667
30 LEW00 Lewis (2000) On the Transience of Circumstellar Shells about B>=10 OH/IR Stars. I. Basic Statistics OH 4 1 0 1612, 1665, 1667
31 PAL00 Palen & Fix (2000) Models of OH Maser Variations in U Herculis OH 1 0 0 1665, 1667
32 FOR99 Forster & Caswell (1999) OH and H_2O masers in 74 star-forming regions. The FC89 database H2O,OH 71 3 0 1665
33 SIV99 Sivagnanam & David (1999) Overshoot of main-line spectral extent in circumstellar OH masers OH 19 9 0 1612, 1667
34 SZY99 Szymczak & Le Squeren (1999) A comparison of OH and H_2O maser properties of Mira and semiregular variable stars OH 18 17 1 1612, 1665, 1667
35 CAS98 Caswell (1998) Positions of hydroxyl masers at 1665 and 1667 MHz OH 395 256 0 1665, 1667, 6035
36 JOS98 Josselin et al. (1998) Infrared giants vs. supergiants. II. CO observations OH 6 11 0 1612
37 SJO98 Sjouwerman et al. (1998) A new sample of OH/IR stars in the Galactic center OH 54 4 0 1612
38 CAS97 Caswell (1997) Coincidence of maser emission from OH at 6.035 GHz and methanol at 6.668 GHz OH,CH3OH_II 36 0 0 6035
39 LEW97 Lewis (1997) Main-line OH Observations of the Arecibo Set of OH/IR Stars OH 227 261 0 1665, 1667
40 SEV97A Sevenster et al. (1997A) The ATCA/VLA OH 1612 MHz survey. I. Observations of the galactic bulge Region OH 300 0 0 1612
41 SEV97B Sevenster et al. (1997B) The ATCA/VLA OH 1612 MHz survey. II. Observations of the galactic Disk region OH 202 0 0 1612
42 SLY97 Slysh et al. (1997) Detection of a New Methanol Maser Line with the Kitt Peak 12 Meter Telescope by Remote Observing from Moscow CH3OH_I 5 1 0 1665, 1667
43 LIN96 te Lintel Hekkert & Chapman (1996) A search for OH maser emission from post-asymptotic giant branch stars. OH 12 132 0 1612, 1665, 1667
44 LEW95A Lewis et al. (1995A) Mainline OH detection rates from blue circumstellar shells. OH 80 188 0 1665, 1667
45 LEW95B Lewis & Engels (1995B) A search for water and mainline masers in OH/IR star mimics with strong silicate emission features OH 5 20 0 1665, 1667
46 SEA95 Seaquist et al. (1995) A Study of OH and H2O Maser Emission in Mira Type Symbiotic Stars OH 0 22 0 1612
47 SZY95A Szymczak et al. (1995A) A survey of main-line OH maser emission from semiregular variables. OH 6 177 0 1665, 1667
48 SZY95B Szymczak & Le Squeren (1995B) A search for observational evidence of OH molecule photoproduction OH 5 11 0 1612, 1665, 1667
49 BLO94 Blommaert et al. (1994) A deep VLA search for OH (1612 MHz) maser sources in the galactic plane OH 44 0 0 1612
50 CHA94 Chapman et al. (1994) OH Maser Emission in the Circumstellar Envelopes of U-Herculis R-Cassiopeiae and W-Hydrae OH 2 0 0 1665, 1667
51 FRA94 Frail & Beasley (1994) Stellar OH masers toward globular clusters. OH 5 12 0 1612, 1667
52 GAY94 Gaylard et al. (1994) 12.2-GHz methanol and 1.6-GHz hydroxyl masers associated with new 6.7-GHz methanol masers. OH,CH3OH_II 9 0 0 1665, 1667
53 HU94 Hu et al. (1994) A systematic study of IRAS selected proto-planetary nebula candidates. II. OH and CO observations OH 15 61 0 1612, 1665, 1667
54 IVI94 Ivison et al. (1994) Discovery of OH and H2O Masers in R-Aquarii and h1 - 36-ARAE OH 2 0 0 1612
55 LEW94 Lewis (1994) Supplement to the Arecibo 1612 MHz survey of color-selected IRAS sources OH 430 1409 0 1612, 1665, 1667
56 LIT94 Little-Marenin et al. (1994) A search for SiO, OH, CO and HCN radio emission from silicate-carbon stars OH 1 4 0 1612, 1665, 1667
57 DAV93A David et al. (1993A) An OH Satellite Line Maser Survey of Cool IRAS Sources and Circumstellar Envelope Evolution OH 137 234 0 1612
58 DAV93B David et al. (1993) An OH mainline maser survey of IRAS circumstellar envelope sources OH 105 23 0 1667
59 LEW93 Lewis & Engels (1993) A Search for Water and Mainline OH Masers from OH / Infrared Star Colour Mimics OH 11 23 0 1665, 1667
60 SIL93 Silva et al. (1993) Search for Hydroxyl in Southern Cold IRAS Sources OH 10 44 0 1612, 1665, 1667
61 BEC92 Becker et al. (1992) A serendipitous survey of the Galactic plane for Type II OH masers OH 0 50 0 1612
62 LAN92 van Langevelde et al. (1992) High-velocity OH/IR stars at the Galactic centre OH 2 0 0 1612
63 LID92 Lindqvist et al. (1992) OH/IR stars close to the Galactic Centre. I - Observational data OH 92 1 0 1612
64 LIN92 te Lintel Hekkert et al. (1992) Discovery of bipolar OH maser emission from the high-latitude supergiant star HD 101584 OH 1 1 0 1612, 1665, 1667
65 LSQ92 Le Squeren et al. (1992) A Complete Survey of OH / Infrared Objects from the IRAS LRS Sources Within a Domain of the Color Diagram OH 112 87 0 1612, 1667
66 NED92 Nedoluha & Bowers (1992) VLA observations of 1612 and 1665 MHz OH masers associated with IRC + 10420 OH 1 0 0 1612, 1665
67 DIC91 Dickinson & Turner (1991) New OH main-line detections of OH/IR stars OH 51 37 0 1665, 1667
68 LIN91A te Lintel Hekkert et al. (1991A) 1612 MHz OH survey of IRAS point sources. I - Observations made at Dwingeloo, Effelsberg and Parkes OH 808 1880 0 1612
69 LIN91B te Lintel Hekkert (1991B) An OH survey of very cold IRAS point sources OH 4 75 0 1612, 1665, 1667
70 ZIJ91 Zijlstra et al. (1991) IRAS 07027 - 7934 - The link between OH/IR stars and carbon-rich planetary nebulae OH 1 1 0 1612, 1665, 1667
71 SIV90 Sivagnanam et al. (1990) An OH survey of Mira-like objects from the IRAS point source catalog OH 36 130 0 1612, 1667
72 ZEL90 Zell & Fix (1990) The discrete nature of circumstellar OH maser emission OH 7 0 0 1612
73 FOR89 Forster & Caswell (1989) The spatial relationship of OH and H2O masers. H2O,OH
74 GAY89 Gaylard et al. (1989) The identification of bright OH/IR stars and their mimics OH 10 14 0 1612, 1665, 1667
75 LIK89 Likkel (1989) OH and H2O observations of cold IRAS stars OH 26 54 0 1612, 1665, 1667
76 LIN89 te Lintel Hekkert et al. (1989) A catalogue of stellar 1612 MHz maser sources OH 418 1 0 1612
77 ZIJ89 Zijlstra et al. (1989) OH maser emission from young planetary nebulae OH 12 2 0 1612, 1665, 1667
78 ZUC89 Zuckerman & Maddalena (1989) Carbon stars with oxygen-rich circumstellar envelopes? OH 0 7 0 1612, 1665, 1667
79 LIK88 Likkel & Morris (1988) The circumstellar water fountains of IRAS 16342-3814 - A very high velocity bipolar outflow OH 1 0 0 1612, 1665, 1667
80 LIN88 te Lintel Hekkert et al. (1988) Two IRAS sources with high velocity outflow similar to OH231.8 + 4.2 OH 2 0 0 1612, 1665, 1667
81 PAY88 Payne et al. (1988) A young planetary nebula with OH molecules - NGC 6302 OH 2 65 0 1612, 1665, 1667
82 SIV88 Sivagnanam et al. (1988) Criteria for OH maser emission from circumstellar envelopes of oxygen-rich Mira-type red giants OH 14 223 0 1612, 1665, 1667
83 LEW87 Lewis et al. (1987) OH/IR stars without OH masers - Nondetection statistics OH 0 117 0 1612
84 DIC86 Dickinson et al. (1986) OH masers in short-period Mira and semiregular variable stars OH 5 106 0 1612, 1665, 1667
85 FIX84 Fix & Claussen (1984) OH maser emission from warm variable stars OH 3 80 0 1665, 1667
86 UKI84 Ukita & Le Squeren (1984) Stellar OH masers with polarized features at intermediate velocities OH 5 64 0 1612, 1665, 1667

SiO papers

ID Ref. Short title Title Data type Detections Non-detections ASCII
1 DEG16 Deguchi et al. (2016) Kinematics of Red Variables in the Solar Neighborhood II. Proper motions of SiO maser sources SiO 108 104 216
2 KIM14 Kim et al. (2014) Statistical Studies Based on Simultaneous SiO and H2O Maser Surveys toward Evolved Stars H2O,SiO 290 51 0
3 DEG12 Deguchi et al. (2012) Kinematics of Red Variables in the Solar Neighborhood I. Basic Data Obtained by an SiO Maser Survey SiO 229 164 370
4 DEG12B Deguchi et al. (2012b) Maser Emission toward the Infrared Dark Cloud G359.94+0.17 Seen in Silhouette against the Galactic Center H2O,SiO,CH3OH_I 1 0 0
5 CHO10 Cho & Kim (2010) Simultaneous Observations of SiO and H2O Masers Toward Symbiotic Stars H2O 10 0 0
6 DEG10A Deguchi et al. (2010) SiO and H2O Maser Observations of Red Supergiants in Star Clusters Embedded in the Galactic Disk H2O,SiO 10 22 10
7 DEG10B Deguchi et al. (2010B) SiO Maser Survey off the Galactic Plane: A Signature of Streaming Motion H2O 85 55 170
8 KIM10 Kim et al. (2010) Simultaneous Observations of SiO and H2O Masers Toward Known Stellar SiO and H2O Maser Sources. I. H2O,SiO 146 0 0
9 LI10 Li et al. (2010) ATCA Observations of SiO Masers in the Galactic Center SiO 1 0 0
10 DEG07A Deguchi et al. (2007A) Identification of Very Red Counterparts of SiO Maser and OH/IR Objects in the GLIMPSE Survey H2O,SiO 8 29 19
11 DEG07B Deguchi et al. (2007B) An SiO Maser Search off the Galactic Plane SiO 119 164 222
12 FUJ06 Fujii et al. (2006) SiO Maser Survey of the Inner Bar of the Galactic Bulge SiO 163 143 326
13 NAK06 Nakashima & Deguchi (2006) SiO Masers in a Scutum Massive Star Cluster of Red Supergiants SiO 3 2 10
14 DEG05A Deguchi et al. (2005A) Detection of SiO Maser Emission in V838 Mon SiO 1 2 4
15 DEG05B Deguchi et al. (2005B) Observations of Stellar Maser Sources with No IRAS Counterpart SiO 43 89 86
16 MAT05 Matsunaga et al. (2005) SiO Maser Sources toward Globular Clusters SiO 6 1 0
17 DEG04A Deguchi et al. (2004A) SiO Maser Survey of the Large-Amplitude Variables in the Galactic Center SiO 30 41 372
18 DEG04B Deguchi et al. (2004B) SiO Maser Survey of IRAS Sources in the Inner Galactic Disk SiO 308 153 602
19 DEG04C Deguchi et al. (2004) Study of the Bipolar Nebula IRAS 19312+1950. II. Circumstellar Chemistry H2O 1 0 0
20 NAK03A Nakashima & Deguchi (2003A) SiO Maser Survey toward the Inner Galactic Disk: 40 deg SiO 134 138 0
21 NAK03B Nakashima & Deguchi (2003B) SiO Maser Survey of Cold IRAS Sources SiO 51 92 0
22 DEG02 Deguchi et al. (2002) Observations of SiO Maser Sources within a Few Parsec from the Galactic Center SiO 1 1 0
23 SJO02 Sjouwerman et al. (2002) H2O and SiO maser emission in Galactic center OH/IR stars $O and SiO maser emission in Galactic center OH/IR stars H2O 6 0 0
24 DEG01 Deguchi et al. (2001) SiO Maser Survey of Southern IRAS Sources SiO 38 125 37
25 FUJ01 Fuji PhD (2001) FUJ01 SiO 14 59 0
26 ITA01 Ita et al. (2001) SiO maser survey of AGB stars in the North Galactic Cap SiO 26 77 19
27 MIY01 Miyazaki et al. (2001) SiO Maser Survey in the Galactic Center Region with a Multi-Beam Receiver SiO 1 0 0
28 DEG00A Deguchi et al. (2000A) SiO Maser Survey of the Galactic Disk IRAS Sources. II. l <= 3 and b <= 3, the Galactic Center Area H2O,SiO 86 83 162
29 DEG00B Deguchi et al. (2000B): Central Part SIO Maser Survey of the Galactic Disk IRAS Sources. III. -10 SiO 123 80 246
30 MAT00 Matsuura et al. (2000) Infrared Properties of SiO Maser Sources in Late-Type Stars SiO 27 48 0
31 NAK00 Nakashima & Deguchi (2000) Detections of SiO and H_2O Masers in the Bipolar Nebula IRAS 19312+1950 H2O,SiO 1 0 0
32 DEG99 Deguchi et al. (1999) Apparent Double SiO Maser Sources SiO 3 0 0
33 IMA99 Imai et al. (1999) VLBA Observation of SiO Masers in the M Giant IRC -10414 SiO 1 0 0
34 IZU99 Izumiura et al. (1999) SiO Maser Survey of the Galactic Disk IRAS Sources. I. 15deg SiO 67 57 132
35 JIA99 Jiang et al. (1999) SiO Masers in Stars in the Inner and Outer Galactic Disk SiO 22 97 0
36 IZU98 Izumiura et al. (1998) SiO Maser Forest at the Galactic Center SiO 1 1 0
37 SHI97 Shiki & Deguchi (1997) SiO Maser Sources toward the Sagittarius B2 Molecular Cloud SiO 7 2 13
38 CHO96 Cho et al. (1996) SiO maser survey of late-type stars. I. Simultaneous observations of six transitions of ^28^SiO and ^29^SiO. SiO 83 99 0
39 JIA96 Jiang et al. (1996) SiO Maser Sources in the Outer Disk of the Galaxy SiO 63 126 0
40 CHO95 Cho & Ukita (1995) Detection of the (29)SiO V = 1, J = 1-0 maser from TX Camelopardalis SiO 1 1 0
41 IZU95 Izumiura et al. (1995) SiO Maser Survey of the Galactic Bulge IRAS Sources. III. Kinematics of the Bulge Stars SiO 84 49 0
42 IZU95B Izumiura et al. (1995B) SiO Maser Survey of the Galactic Bulge IRAS Sources. II. The 4 degrees < B < 5 degrees Strips SiO 66 29 0
43 IZU94 Izumiura et al. (1994) SiO maser survey of the Galactic bulge IRAS sources. 1: The 7 deg less than absolute value of B less than 8 deg strips SiO 55 41 0
44 NAK93 Nakada et al. (1993) Detection of SiO and H2O masers in Galactic bulge sources H2O,SiO 15 11 0
45 LIN91 Lindqvist et al. (1991) SiO maser emission from OH/IR stars close to the Galactic centre SiO 0 13 0
46 GOM90 Gomez et al. (1990) H2O and SiO maser emission in OH/IR stars. H2O 8 0 0
47 NGU88 Nguyen-Quang-Rieu et al. (1988) A sensitive line search in circumstellar envelopes SiO 9 9 0
48 NAK87 Nakada et al. (1987) Water maser emission toward V788 Cygni - A carbon star H2O,SiO 0 3 0

Compilation works

ID Ref. Short title Title Data type Detections Non-detections ASCII

H2O compilations

1 ENG_H2O Engels et al. (private) Unpublished database of Dieter Engels H2O 723 2899 0
2 CES88 Cesaroni et al. (1988) A catalogue of H2O maser sources north of delta = -30. H2O 438 4 0

OH compilations

3 ENG15 Engels & Bunzel (2015) A database of circumstellar OH masers OH 2299 4835 1
4 QIA14 Qiao et al. (2014) The catalogues and mid-infrared environment of interstellar OH masers OH 337 45 0

SiO compilations

5 ENG_SIO Engels et al. (private) Unpublished database of SiO from Dieter Engels SiO 1302 19 0
6 NRO Nobeyama database Nobeyama SiO maser database SiO 1670 1755 0

CH3OH (I class) compilations

CH3OH (II class) compilations


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