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KAL01 - The Detection of New Methanol Masers in the 5-1-40E Line

Short title: Kalenskii et al. (2001)
Authors: Kalenskii, S. V. Slysh, V. I. Val'tts, I. E. Winnberg, A. Johansson, L. E.
Journal: Astronomy Reports, Volume 45, Issue 1, January 2001, pp.26-33
Bibcode: 2001ARep...45...26K

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ID Obs. RA Obs. Dec l b Group id Source name Line Vpeak FWHM Ta ∫Ta dv Telescope Beam Detection Date
(J2000) (J2000) (deg.) (deg.) CH3OH (class I) (km/s) (km/s) (K) (K*km/s) (arcsec) Yes/No
105 39 12.9+35 45 54173.48082.4461G173.481+2.446
S 23184 GHz (I)
-16.77(0.13)4.72(0.27)0.361.82(0.12)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
05 39 12.9+35 45 54173.48082.4461G173.481+2.446
S 23184 GHz (I)
-16.51(0.06)0.97(0.14)0.550.56(0.11)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
05 39 12.9+35 45 54173.48082.4461G173.481+2.446
S 23184 GHz (I)
-15.28(0.07)1.23(0.16)0.570.74(0.12)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
205 40 53.3+35 41 49173.71872.6980G173.719+2.698
S 23584 GHz (I)
-16.80(0.04)2.21(0.07)0.92.10(0.09)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II -OH May 1997
05 40 53.3+35 41 49173.71872.6980G173.719+2.698
S 23584 GHz (I)
-16.28(0.02)0.66(0.06)0.680.48(0.07)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II -OH May 1997
305 47 4.1+00 21 42205.1088-14.1115G205.109-14.109
NGC 207184 GHz (I)
10.00(0.21)2.69(0.65)0.461.30(0.22)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
406 08 54.2+21 38 37188.94580.8900G188.946+0.887
G188.9+0.984 GHz (I)
3.08(0.07)3.45(0.19)0.491.81 (0.08)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
506 12 56.4+17 59 54192.5973-0.0356G192.599-0.047
S 25584 GHz (I)
-13.31(0.66)5.24(1.62)0.180.98(0.25)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
606 41 9.7+09 29 35203.31562.0550G203.316+2.055
NGC 226484 GHz (I)
7.29(0.18)1.25(0.50)1.411.88(1.64)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
06 41 9.7+09 29 35203.31562.0550G203.316+2.055
NGC 226484 GHz (I)
8.70(1.07)2.83(1.20)0.762.31(1.65)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
718 14 11-17 55 5712.7967-0.1924G12.797-0.193
W 33 MET84 GHz (I)
32.71(0.05)0.81(0.10)0.890.77(0.10)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
18 14 11-17 55 5712.7967-0.1924G12.797-0.193
W 33 MET84 GHz (I)
36.27(0.25)4.28(0.61)0.431.94(0.22)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
818 14 39.8-17 51 5812.9096-0.2610G12.908-0.260
W 33A84 GHz (I)
37.06(0.29)4.06(0.78)0.341.45(0.21)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
918 18 54.6-16 47 5014.3317-0.6447G14.332-0.642
G14.33-0.6484 GHz (I)
21.41(0.13)5.08(0.26)0.824.41(0.21)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
18 18 54.6-16 47 5014.3317-0.6447G14.332-0.642
G14.33-0.6484 GHz (I)
22.55(0.04)1.08(0.15)1.11.26(0.18)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
18 18 54.6-16 47 5014.3317-0.6447G14.332-0.642
G14.33-0.6484 GHz (I)
23.56(0.03)0.56(0.06)1.140.68(0.09)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
1018 20 24.1-16 11 2715.0351-0.6736G15.034-0.674
M 17(3)84 GHz (I)
18.93(0.22)4.88(0.49)0.231.20(0.11)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
1118 27 38.1-11 56 4019.6086-0.2350G19.609-0.234
G19.61-0.2384 GHz (I)
40.92(0.03)0.45(0.08)0.640.30(0.04)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
1218 29 24.7-15 15 2916.8731-2.1552G16.868-2.158
L379 IRS384 GHz (I)
18.73(0.18)9.72(0.18)0.636.52(0.10)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
18 29 24.7-15 15 2916.8731-2.1552G16.868-2.158
L379 IRS384 GHz (I)
18.22(0.18)2.04(0.18)1.152.49(0.10)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
18 29 24.7-15 15 2916.8731-2.1552G16.868-2.158
L379 IRS384 GHz (I)
20.35(0.18)1.51(0.18)1.552.49(0.10)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
1318 36 12.4-07 12 1024.78970.0840G24.790+0.083
W 4284 GHz (I)
111.11(0.15)6.44(0.44)0.624.23(0.21)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
1418 46 04-02 39 2129.9562-0.0169G29.955-0.016
G29.95-0.0284 GHz (I)
97.43(0.30)6.21(0.99)0.181.20(0.14)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
1518 47 34.6-01 12 4631.41240.3059G31.412+0.307
18 449-011584 GHz (I)
93.77(0.54)3.79(1.08)0.120.49(0.16)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
18 47 34.6-01 12 4631.41240.3059G31.412+0.307
18 449-011584 GHz (I)
98.57(0.12)4.54(0.27)0.643.11(0.17)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
1618 47 46.9-01 54 3530.8156-0.0576G30.817-0.057
G30.8-0.184 GHz (I)
98.44(0.02)5.44(0.06)2.5114.5(0.13)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
1718 49 32.9-01 28 5431.3979-0.2553G31.396-0.257
18 469-013284 GHz (I)
86.82(0.19)4.24(0.36)0.241.06(0.09)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I -CH3OH II +OH May 1997
1818 53 18.5+01 14 5834.25710.1536G34.257+0.153
G34.26+0.1584 GHz (I)
58.72(0.09)5.99(0.22)1.096.94(0.21)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
1918 56 10.4+07 53 1440.49332.5424G40.494+2.541
S 76E84 GHz (I)
32.73(0.15)6.46(0.48)0.634.30(0.44)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I -CH3OH II May 1997
18 56 10.4+07 53 1440.49332.5424G40.494+2.541
S 76E84 GHz (I)
32.41(0.03)2.42(0.14)1.443.70(0.43)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I -CH3OH II May 1997
2018 57 09+01 39 0335.0523-0.5176G35.052-0.518
G35.05-0.5284 GHz (I)
49.92(0.06)0.96(0.16)0.330.34(0.05)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I -CH3OH II May 1997
2118 58 12.7+01 40 3635.1964-0.7419G35.197-0.743
G35.20-0.7484 GHz (I)
34.27(0.04)3.64(0.11)1.044.05(0.10)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
2219 10 13.4+09 06 1443.16670.0114G43.167+0.011
W 49N84 GHz (I)
3.31(0.34)5.68(0.95)0.171.04(0.15)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
19 10 13.4+09 06 1443.16670.0114G43.167+0.011
W 49N84 GHz (I)
12.15(0.22)7.25(0.57)0.312.36(0.16)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
2319 23 38.2+14 30 0549.4716-0.3711G49.488-0.387
W 51 MET584 GHz (I)
63.09(0.39)4.61(0.77)0.251.23(0.18)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
2419 23 43.2+14 31 3449.5030-0.3772G49.488-0.387
W 51 MET484 GHz (I)
56.82(0.21)6.27(0.56)0.221.47(0.11)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
19 23 43.2+14 31 3449.5030-0.3772G49.488-0.387
W 51 MET484 GHz (I)
63.25(0.18)3.23(0.33)0.210.72(0.08)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
19 23 43.2+14 31 3449.5030-0.3772G49.488-0.387
W 51 MET484 GHz (I)
64.18(0.04)0.38(0.09)0.250.10(0.03)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
2519 23 43.8+14 30 3649.4899-0.3869G49.488-0.387
W 51E1/E284 GHz (I)
55.50(0.05)3.64(0.17)1.214.69(0.46)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
19 23 43.8+14 30 3649.4899-0.3869G49.488-0.387
W 51E1/E284 GHz (I)
56.38(0.08)9.61(0.22)1.5415.8(0.47)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
2619 23 43.9+14 29 2549.4727-0.3966G49.488-0.387
W 51 MET184 GHz (I)
55.22(0.21)6.15(0.74)0.261.72(0.14)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
2719 23 45.1+14 29 4549.4799-0.3982G49.488-0.387
W 51 MET384 GHz (I)
53.91(0.07)1.07(0.19)0.350.40(0.08)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
19 23 45.1+14 29 4549.4799-0.3982G49.488-0.387
W 51 MET384 GHz (I)
55.17(0.15)5.83(0.26)0.412.52(0.12)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
2819 23 46.5+14 29 4149.4816-0.4037G49.488-0.387
W 51 MET284 GHz (I)
55.07(0.17)4.91(0.40)0.532.75(0.20)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
2919 43 11.5+23 44 0659.78390.0642G59.783+0.064
19410 + 233684 GHz (I)
22.78(0.06)2.13(0.15)0.611.37(0.07)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
3019 46 20.5+24 35 3460.8860-0.1291G60.884-0.129
S 8784 GHz (I)
22.65(0.68)5.26(1.11)0.110.62(0.15)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I -CH3OH II May 1997
3120 10 9.1+31 31 3769.5405-0.9755G69.540-0.976
Onsala 184 GHz (I)
11.67(0.11)4.83(0.26)0.271.39(0.06)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
20 10 9.1+31 31 3769.5405-0.9755G69.540-0.976
Onsala 184 GHz (I)
12.10(0.04)0.44(0.09)0.230.1 1(0.02)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
3220 14 25.9+41 13 3278.12193.6331G78.122+3.633
20126 + 410484 GHz (I)
-2.36(0.89)5.30(1.99)0.080.46(0.12)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
3320 21 42.1+37 26 0875.77170.3433G75.772+0.343
Onsala 284 GHz (I)
-1.32(0.25)3.55(0.48)0.210.77(0.10)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
3420 28 40.6+41 05 3879.53861.3523G79.538+1.352
20 286 + 410584 GHz (I)
-3.72(0.15)3.23(0.34)0.220.75(0.07)ONSALA44+CH3OH I May 1997
3520 31 10.6+40 03 0978.97480.3563G78.975+0.356
20 293 + 395284 GHz (I)
6.60(0.12)2.17(0.31)0.180.42(0.05)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I -CH3OH II May 1997
3620 38 36.8+42 38 0081.87750.7840G81.877+0.782
W 75 N84 GHz (I)
7.38(0.17)1.41(0.29)0.510.76(0.19)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
20 38 36.8+42 38 0081.87750.7840G81.877+0.782
W 75 N84 GHz (I)
8.93(0.07)1.27(0.26)0.841.13(0.24)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
20 38 36.8+42 38 0081.87750.7840G81.877+0.782
W 75 N84 GHz (I)
10.21(0.05)0.72(0.14)0.660.51(0.14)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
20 38 36.8+42 38 0081.87750.7840G81.877+0.782
W 75 N84 GHz (I)
11.70(0.33)1.95(0.70)0.170.36(0.12)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
3720 38 54.6+42 19 2381.66430.5520G81.699+0.563
DR 21 West84 GHz (I)
-2.41(0.05)0.98(0.08)1.71.78(0.17)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
20 38 54.6+42 19 2381.66430.5520G81.699+0.563
DR 21 West84 GHz (I)
-2.73(0.37)5.87(1.07)0.251.59(0.23)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
3820 38 59.6+42 19 2481.67390.5399G81.699+0.563
DR 21 MetC84 GHz (I)
-3.96(0.83)12.00(1.84)0.22.51(0.38)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
20 38 59.6+42 19 2481.67390.5399G81.699+0.563
DR 21 MetC84 GHz (I)
-2.01(0.34)2.81(0.81)0.210.64(0.26)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
3920 38 59.9+42 19 2881.67530.5399G81.699+0.563
DR 2184 GHz (I)
-5.87(0.39)3.59(0.72)0.090.32(0.06)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
20 38 59.9+42 19 2881.67530.5399G81.699+0.563
DR 2184 GHz (I)
-3.75(0.06)0.47(0.11)0.150.07(0.02)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
20 38 59.9+42 19 2881.67530.5399G81.699+0.563
DR 2184 GHz (I)
-2.05(0.06)2.35(0.17)0.310.78(0.05)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
4020 39 0.7+42 22 5181.72160.5722G81.699+0.563
DR 21(OH)84 GHz (I)
-4.54(1.13)19.42(2.98)0.112.17(0.27)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
20 39 0.7+42 22 5181.72160.5722G81.699+0.563
DR 21(OH)84 GHz (I)
-3.75(0.07)3.74(0.13)1.044.15(0.17)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
20 39 0.7+42 22 5181.72160.5722G81.699+0.563
DR 21(OH)84 GHz (I)
-1.25(0.23)1.98(0.25)0.831.75(0.29)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
20 39 0.7+42 22 5181.72160.5722G81.699+0.563
DR 21(OH)84 GHz (I)
0.22(0.06)1.18(0.09)1.441.81(0.35)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO May 1997
4120 39 3.4+42 25 5381.76680.5964G81.767+0.596
W 75 S(3)84 GHz (I)
-4.90(0.18)1.51(0.18)0.631.01(0.04)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
20 39 3.4+42 25 5381.76680.5964G81.767+0.596
W 75 S(3)84 GHz (I)
-3.49(0.18)1.65(0.18)0.390.69(0.04)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
20 39 3.4+42 25 5381.76680.5964G81.767+0.596
W 75 S(3)84 GHz (I)
-2.55(0.18)3.92(0.18)0.20.83(0.04)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
20 39 3.4+42 25 5381.76680.5964G81.767+0.596
W 75 S(3)84 GHz (I)
0.80(0.18)11.31(0.18)0.222.60(0.04)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
4221 40 42.3+58 16 1099.98244.1698G99.982+4.170
IC 1396N84 GHz (I)
0.29(0.08)3.55(0.23)0.321.20(0.06)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
21 40 42.3+58 16 1099.98244.1698G99.982+4.170
IC 1396N84 GHz (I)
6.38(0.25)4.20(0.87)0.110.50(0.07)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II May 1997
4321 43 1.2+54 56 1598.03491.4458G98.035+1.446
21413 + 544284 GHz (I)
-75.11(0.80)5.57(1.54)0.060.38(0.08)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
21 43 1.2+54 56 1598.03491.4458G98.035+1.446
21413 + 544284 GHz (I)
-60.59(0.44)3.57(1.02)0.090.36(0.07)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
4422 19 18.3+63 18 49106.79725.3124G106.797+5.312
S 14084 GHz (I)
-6.94(0.06)2.03(0.13)0.270.58(0.03)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
4523 13 44.8+61 26 51111.53300.7568G111.542+0.766
NGC 7538S84 GHz (I)
-55.54(0.02)3.95(0.05)1.596.70(0.07)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
4623 13 45.4+61 28 10111.54210.7768G111.542+0.766
NGC 753884 GHz (I)
-57.19(0.05)2.71(0.12)0.561.63(0.06)*ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
4723 13 46.4+61 27 33111.54020.7665G111.542+0.766
NGC 7538 IRS184 GHz (I)
-57.20(0.04)1.59(0.17)0.470.80(0.10)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
23 13 46.4+61 27 33111.54020.7665G111.542+0.766
NGC 7538 IRS184 GHz (I)
-56.08(0.13)6.91(0.25)0.433.14(0.12)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH May 1997
4820 39 6.2+68 02 16102.654415.7961G102.650+15.786
L1157-mm84 GHz (I)
1.28 (0.29)6.29 (0.63)0.130.86 (0.08)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I -CH3OH II May 1997
4920 39 8.6+68 00 46102.635215.7789G102.650+15.786
L1157 B284 GHz (I)
-2.34 (0.31)5.53 (0.52)0.150.87 (0.08)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I -CH3OH II May 1997
20 39 8.6+68 00 46102.635215.7789G102.650+15.786
L1157 B284 GHz (I)
-0.14 (0.18)1.25 (0.33)0.30.40 (0.12)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I -CH3OH II May 1997
20 39 8.6+68 00 46102.635215.7789G102.650+15.786
L1157 B284 GHz (I)
0.73 (0.06)0.64 (0.15)0.3510.24 (0.11)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I -CH3OH II May 1997
20 39 8.6+68 00 46102.635215.7789G102.650+15.786
L1157 B284 GHz (I)
2.05 (0.05)1.65 (0.12)0.571.01 (0.07)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I -CH3OH II May 1997
5020 39 8.6+68 00 46102.635215.7789G102.650+15.786
L1157 B295 GHz (I)
0.04 (0.29)5.45 (0.51)0.120.68 (0.08)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I -CH3OH II May 1997
20 39 8.6+68 00 46102.635215.7789G102.650+15.786
L1157 B295 GHz (I)
0.85 (0.07)0.75 (0.20)0.190.15 (0.04)ONSALA44+H2O +CH3OH I -CH3OH II May 1997
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ID Obs. RA Obs. Dec l b Group id Source name Line Ta Telescope Beam Detection Date
(J2000) (J2000) (deg.) (deg.) CH3OH (class I) (K) (arcsec) Yes/No
119 23 53.9+14 30 3749.5094-0.4227G49.509-0.422
W 51 Main84 GHz (I)
< 0.08ONSALA44+CH3OH I May 1997
219 46 47.2+25 12 4361.47200.0950G61.472+0.095
19446 + 250584 GHz (I)
< 0.08ONSALA44+H2O -CH3OH I -CH3OH II May 1997
321 43 49.5+66 06 46105.46899.8283G105.469+9.828
R 14684 GHz (I)
<0.23ONSALA44+CH3OH I May 1997
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  • Distribution of sources in all sky (l,b)

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  • Distribution of sources in all sky using Aladin

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  • Distribution of sources in IRAS color-color diagram

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    Original color diagram is taken form van der Veen & Habing (1987)

    Type Description
    I Oxygen-rich non-variable stars without circumstellar shells
    II Variable stars with "young" O-rich circumstellar shells
    IIIa Variable stars with more evolved O-rich circumstellar shells
    IIIb Variable stars with thick O-rich circumstellar shells
    IV Variable stars with very thick O-rich circumstellar shells
    V Planetary nebulae and non- variable stars with very cool circumstellar shells
    VIa Variable stars with relatively cold dust at large distances; a significant part of the stars is carbon-rich
    VIb Variable stars with relatively hot dust close to the star and relatively cold dust at large distances; Some of the objects have proven to be O-rich
    VII Variable stars with more evolved C-rich circumstellar shells
    VIII Different sort of objects

  • Distribution of the detection velocities versus galactic longitude from KAL01

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    Longitude-Velocity Map is taken form Dame, Hartmann & Thaddeus (2001)

  • Distribution of sources from KAL01 in (l,b) histograms



    X
    DSS colored
    2MASS colored
    WISE colored
    SDSS color
    IRAC color I1,I2,I4
    GLIMPSE 360
    PACS color (70-160 um)
    SPIRE color (250-500 um)
    NVSS (1.4GHz)
    ATLASGAL 870 um
    ATLASGAL 870 um + Planck
    Bolocam 1.1 mm
    UKIDSS K
    2MASS K