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SUN14 - 6.7 GHz methanol maser survey toward GLIMPSE point sources and BGPS 1.1 mm dust clumps

Short title: Sun et al. (2014)
Authors: Sun, Yan Xu, Ye Chen, Xi Zhang, Bo Wu, Yuan-Wei Henkel, Christian Brunthaler, Andreas Choi, Yoon Kyung Zheng, Xing-Wu
Journal: Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 563, id.A130, 21 pp.
Bibcode: 2014A&A...563A.130S

Detection table from Sun et al. (2014)

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ID Obs. RA Obs. Dec l b Group id Source name Other name Line Vrange Vpeak Fpeak ∫F dv Telescope Beam Detection Date
(J2000) (J2000) (deg.) (deg.) PID CH3OH (class II) (km/s) (km/s) (Jy) (Jy*km/s) (arcsec) Yes/No
118 01 2.6-23 47 6.96.1908-0.3591G6.189-0.358
06.189-0.35811756.6 GHz (II)
-37.5;-27.1-30.20.5(0.25)0.8EFF120+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
218 12 23.8-18 22 4512.2013-0.0340G12.199-0.034
12.199-0.03316826.6 GHz (II)
48.2;57.349.314.6(0.17)22.3EFF120+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
318 14 36.4-17 54 50.212.8612-0.2721G12.861-0.272
12.909-0.26017966.6 GHz (II)
38.6;40.639.82.3(0.13)2.4EFF120-H2O -CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
418 13 48.2-17 45 34.412.9052-0.0301G12.904-0.031
12.904-0.03118096.6 GHz (II)
58.2;60.458.860.3(0.24)44.4EFF120+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
518 21 8.9-15 03 48.216.1144-0.3010G16.117-0.291
16.112-0.30322466.6 GHz (II)
34.1;35.134.52.2(0.11)1EFF120+H2O -CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH +SiO October and November 2011
618 27 08-12 41 38.318.8881-0.4754G18.888-0.475
18.888-0.47524676.6 GHz (II)
52.9;57.956.56.3(0.13)8.2EFF120+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
718 26 8.7-11 52 39.219.49790.1187G19.485+0.151
19.496+0.11525796.6 GHz (II)
120.7;121.8121.14.8(0.14)2.2EFF120+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH October and November 2011
818 27 31.9-11 45 53.119.7560-0.1292G19.755-0.128
19.755-0.12826196.6 GHz (II)
115.9;123.41232.2(0.08)1.7EFF120-H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
918 34 45.7-08 55 55.323.0898-0.3942G23.090-0.394
23.010-00.41129946.6 GHz (II)
72.8;76.674.91.2(0.09)1.9EFF120+CH3OH II October and November 2011
1018 34 36-08 29 32.223.4616-0.1560G23.462-0.156
23.437-0.18430816.6 GHz (II)
96.3;108.197.72.4(0.11)6.9EFF120-CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
1118 35 39.9-07 18 32.724.63340.1545G24.633+0.154
24.63+00.1633836.6 GHz (II)
113.8;115.6114.41.3(0.09)0.7EFF120+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
1218 36 17.1-06 43 11.825.22740.2887G25.227+0.289
25.23+00.2934746.6 GHz (II)
41.2;42.341.80.7(0.11)0.2EFF120-H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
1318 38 32-06 21 28.625.8055-0.0412G25.805-0.041
25.81-00.0435916.6 GHz (II)
97.1;98.197.41.3(0.20)0.5EFF120+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH October and November 2011
1418 39 5.9-06 17 59.325.9215-0.1392G25.920-0.141
25.92-00.1436166.6 GHz (II)
111.4;115.6113.91.4(0.10)1.2EFF120+CH3OH II +OH October and November 2011
1518 40 52.1-05 48 15.526.5634-0.3031G26.553-0.297
26.53-0.2736906.6 GHz (II)
102.1;110.5107.11.0(0.09)1.9EFF120+H2O -CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH October and November 2011
1618 41 20.3-04 44 2527.56300.0798G27.563+0.080
27.56+00.0838076.6 GHz (II)
78.2;88.587.22.5(0.11)1.9EFF120+H2O -CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
1718 41 33.5-04 01 34.528.22310.3577G28.223+0.358
28.22+00.3639176.6 GHz (II)
48.4;51.550.37.7(0.15)6.4EFF120-CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
1818 47 40.8-02 20 31.230.4194-0.2324G30.419-0.232
30.42-00.2343986.6 GHz (II)
102.4;105.110314.1(0.14)6.6EFF120+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
1918 45 12.2-02 01 10.930.42360.4656G30.423+0.465
30.42+0.4644036.6 GHz (II)
4.5;9.26.40.7(0.06)1.8EFF120+CH3OH II October and November 2011
2018 47 6.6-01 38 21.630.97960.2151G30.980+0.216
30.98+00.2246366.6 GHz (II)
110;111.8110.91.0(0.10)0.5EFF120-CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
2118 46 25.2-01 26 26.831.07760.4591G31.078+0.459
31.08+00.4646736.6 GHz (II)
24.7;27.625.72.1(0.10)2.1EFF120+CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH October and November 2011
2218 48 45.6-01 37 25.931.1816-0.1449G31.182-0.148
31.18-00.1547016.6 GHz (II)
42.6;50.146.22.7(0.17)3.8EFF120-CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
2318 51 21.6-00 10 4.932.7735-0.0593G32.773-0.059
32.745-0.07650506.6 GHz (II)
29.4;39.838.58.9(0.26)19.4EFF120+CH3OH II October and November 2011
2418 54 37.1+01 05 23.634.2644-0.2105G34.267-0.210
34.26-00.2153426.6 GHz (II)
49.5;55.454.69.0(0.13)7.3EFF120-CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH October and November 2011
2519 23 6.9+14 20 1149.2666-0.3379G49.267-0.338
49.490-0.38863236.6 GHz (II)
58.6;60.359.30.7(0.06)0.4EFF120+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
2619 23 30.1+14 26 34.649.4047-0.3698G49.409-0.372
49.490-0.38863466.6 GHz (II)
57.6;60.459.35.1(0.17)3.9EFF120+H2O -CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
2719 29 18.2+17 56 1953.14210.0677G53.142+0.070
53.142+0.07164146.6 GHz (II)
23.9;25.424.71.1(0.21)0.6EFF120+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH October and November 2011
2819 30 22.7+18 20 20.953.61600.0356G53.618+0.035
53.618+0.03664336.6 GHz (II)
18.3;19.718.96.0(0.11)2.7EFF120-H2O -CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH October and November 2011
2919 38 16.8+21 08 2.256.9618-0.2340G56.962-0.234
56.96-00.2364706.6 GHz (II)
29.3;30.629.81.1(0.06)0.4EFF120+CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
3019 43 50.1+23 28 59.759.6391-0.1892G59.628-0.189
59.63-0.1964796.6 GHz (II)
28.4;31.229.60.9(0.10)0.5EFF120+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II October and November 2011
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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 SUN14 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