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KAL93 - A study of methanol masers at 36 and 44 GHz and 48 GHz thermal emission around them

Short title: Kalenskij et al. (1993)
Authors: Kalenskij, S. V. Berulis, I. I. Val'tts, I. E. Slysh, V. I. Bachiller, R. Gomez-Gonzalez, J. Martin-Pintado, J. Rodriguez-Franco, A.
Journal: In: Astrophysical masers; Proceedings of the Conference, Arlington, VA, Mar. 9-11, 1992 (A93-52776 23-90), p. 191-194.
Bibcode: 1993LNP...412..191K

PDF: KAL93.pdf

Detection table from Kalenskij et al. (1993)

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ID Obs. RA Obs. Dec l b Source name Line Vpeak FWHM Fpeak Beam
(J2000) (J2000) (deg.) (deg.) CH3OH (class I) (km/s) (km/s) (Jy) (arcsec)
118 19 12.9-20 47 13.610.8471-2.5921GGD 2744 GHz (I)
13.50.8135120
218 19 12.9-20 47 13.610.8471-2.5921GGD 2736 GHz (I)
14<117120
318 29 24.8-15 15 48.916.8683-2.1582L 37944 GHz (I)
181.163120
418 29 24.8-15 15 48.916.8683-2.1582L 37944 GHz (I)
193.345120
518 29 24.8-15 15 48.916.8683-2.1582L 37936 GHz (I)
181.936120
618 29 24.8-15 15 48.916.8683-2.1582L 37936 GHz (I)
20.41.238120
721 40 42.4+58 16 9.799.98254.1696IC 1396N44 GHz (I)
-0.50.615120
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Non-detection table from Kalenskij et al. (1993)

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ID Obs. RA Obs. Dec l b Source name Line Fpeak Beam
(J2000) (J2000) (deg.) (deg.) CH3OH (class I) (Jy) (arcsec)
121 40 42.4+58 16 9.799.98254.1696IC 1396N36 GHz (I)
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    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

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  • Distribution of sources from KAL93 in (l,b) histograms



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    SPIRE color (250-500 um)
    NVSS (1.4GHz)
    ATLASGAL 870 um
    ATLASGAL 870 um + Planck
    Bolocam 1.1 mm
    UKIDSS K
    2MASS K