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VAL95B - The discovery of methanol masers at 107 GHz

Short title: Valtts et al. (1995b)
Authors: Valtts, I. E. Dzura, A. M. Kalenskii, S. V. Slysh, V. I. Booth, R. S. Winnberg, A.
Journal: Astronomy and Astrophysics (ISSN 0004-6361), vol. 294, no. 3, p. 825-830
Bibcode: 1995A&A...294..825V

PDF: VAL95B.pdf

Detection table from Valtts et al. (1995b)

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ID Obs. RA Obs. Dec l b Group id Source name Line Vpeak FWHM Fpeak ∫F dv Telescope Beam Detection Date
(J2000) (J2000) (deg.) (deg.) CH3OH (class II) (km/s) (km/s) (Jy) (Jy*km/s) (arcsec) Yes/No
102 27 4.7+61 52 25.5133.94881.0651G133.947+1.064
W 3 (OH) 107 GHz (II)
-45.4(0.1)4.3(0.2)10.3(0.4)46.8(3.0)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
02 27 4.7+61 52 25.5133.94881.0651G133.947+1.064
W 3 (OH) 107 GHz (II)
-43.3(0.6)0.8(0.1)20.9(0.4)23.4(1.7)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
205 35 12.2-05 24 6.4209.0138-19.4051G209.015-19.405
Ori S6 107 GHz (II)
6.6(0.1)4.2(0.3)4.5(0.4)19.5(2.3)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
305 35 14.5-05 22 29.6208.9928-19.3847G208.993-19.385
Ori KL 107 GHz (II)
7.0(0.1)9.2(0.3)23.0(1.0)226.0(12.0)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH +SiO 17-22 May 1993
05 35 14.5-05 22 29.6208.9928-19.3847G208.993-19.385
Ori KL 107 GHz (II)
7.6(0.02)2.4(0.05)64.2(1.2)168.0(4.6)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH +SiO 17-22 May 1993
405 35 27.5-05 09 36.5208.8159-19.2392G208.817-19.239
OMC 2 107 GHz (II)
11.4(0.3)2.0(0.6)2.5(0.5)6.0(2.2)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
05 35 27.5-05 09 36.5208.8159-19.2392G208.817-19.239
OMC 2 107 GHz (II)
14.2(0.6)2.2(1.4)1.3(0.4)3.3(0.7)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
506 08 54.2+21 38 36.6188.94600.8900G188.946+0.888
S 252 107 GHz (II)
10.6(0.04)0.9(0.1)10.1(1.0)11.7(2.1)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
618 06 14.8-20 31 40.29.61940.1942G9.621+0.195
G9.62+0.19 107 GHz (II)
-0.8(0.2)3.8(0.6)6.0(0.6)23.4(4.5)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
18 06 14.8-20 31 40.29.61940.1942G9.621+0.195
G9.62+0.19 107 GHz (II)
4.5(0.5)3.6(1.3)2.7(0.8)9.8(4.6)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
718 08 38.4-19 51 51.710.47230.0263G10.472+0.027
W 31 (1) 107 GHz (II)
66.1(0.3)8.8(0.9)7.2(0.6)68.0(8.8)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
18 08 38.4-19 51 51.710.47230.0263G10.472+0.027
W 31 (1) 107 GHz (II)
75.7(0.6)3.7(1.4)2.7(0.8)9.8(4.6)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
818 46 04-02 39 21.529.9560-0.0168G29.956-0.017
G29.95-0.02 107 GHz (II)
97.7(0.4)4.9(1.0)2.9(0.6)16.0(4.5)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
918 46 36.3-01 45 12.130.82060.2753G30.819+0.273
G30.82+0.28 107 GHz (II)
102.7(0.2)1.5(0.4)3.7(0.8)5.9(2.0)ONSALA35-H2O -CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
1019 01 46.2+01 13 41.535.2038-1.7380G35.200-1.738
W 48 107 GHz (II)
41.3(0.03)2.2(0.1)15.4(0.4)15.4(0.4)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
19 01 46.2+01 13 41.535.2038-1.7380G35.200-1.738
W 48 107 GHz (II)
45.0(0.04)2.0(0.1)11.9(0.4)25.0(1.5)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
1119 23 42.1+14 30 41.349.4879-0.3800G49.487-0.387
W 51 107 GHz (II)
56.5(0.4)6.3(1.0)1.8(0.2)12.0(2.4)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO 17-22 May 1993
1219 23 43.9+14 30 36.449.4901-0.3871G49.487-0.387
W 51 (el/e2) 107 GHz (II)
55.6(0.05)8.9(0.1)16.2(0.2)152.0(2.8)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO 17-22 May 1993
1319 23 43.9+14 29 25.449.4728-0.3965G49.487-0.387
W 51 (Metl) 107 GHz (II)
60.6(0.3)1.9(0.7)1.2(0.4)2.0(1.5)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO 17-22 May 1993
1420 38 36.8+42 37 59.581.87750.7838G81.877+0.784
W 75 (N) 107 GHz (II)
8.4(0.3)6.2(0.6)2.9(0.2)18.0(2.6)ONSALA35+CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
1520 39 0.7+42 22 50.881.72160.5722G81.722+0.572
DR 21 (OH) 107 GHz (II)
-5.7(0.4)2.7(1.0)2.0(1.2)6.0(4.1)ONSALA35+CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO 17-22 May 1993
20 39 0.7+42 22 50.881.72160.5722G81.722+0.572
DR 21 (OH) 107 GHz (II)
-2.3(0.7)5.0(1.1)3.9(0.4)20.6(4.5)ONSALA35+CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO 17-22 May 1993
1622 56 18.1+62 01 49.3109.87132.1141G109.871+2.114
Cep A 107 GHz (II)
-2.2(0.03)1.0(0.1)24.4(1.2)31.0(2.6)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
1723 13 45.4+61 28 9.7111.54220.7767G111.542+0.766
NGC 7538 107 GHz (II)
-59.2(0.1)1.7(0.3)10.1(1.2)19.5(3.7)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
23 13 45.4+61 28 9.7111.54220.7767G111.542+0.766
NGC 7538 107 GHz (II)
-56.3(0.1)3.1(0.2)17.4(1.8)58.5(7.5)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
1823 13 46.4+61 27 32.7111.54030.7664G111.542+0.766
NGC 7538 (IRS1) 107 GHz (II)
-57.8(0.4)4.5(1.0)1.6(0.4)5.8(2.0)ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
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ID Obs. RA Obs. Dec l b Group id Source name Telescope Beam Detection Date
(J2000) (J2000) (deg.) (deg.) (arcsec) Yes/No
102 25 38.4+62 05 41.2133.71201.2109G133.715+1.215
IC 1795 ONSALA35+H2O -CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
202 25 53.6+62 04 10.6133.74861.1979G133.749+1.198
W 3 (3) ONSALA35+CH3OH I +CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
305 39 27.6+35 30 58173.71822.3559G173.718+2.356
G173.59+2.44 ONSALA35-CH3OH I +CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
406 07 46.3-06 23 8.6213.7050-12.6043G213.705-12.597
Mon R2 ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
506 08 35.4+20 39 03189.77880.3448G189.778+0.345
S 252 A ONSALA35+H2O -CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
606 14 36.7+13 49 41.4196.4520-1.6780G196.453-1.678
S 269 ONSALA35+H2O -CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
706 12 56.4+17 59 53.8192.5974-0.0355G192.599-0.047
S 255 ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
806 41 9.7+09 29 34.9203.31552.0549G203.316+2.055
NGC 2264 ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
907 32 10-16 58 14.7232.62140.9962G232.621+0.996
G232.62+1.00 ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
1015 59 51.1-01 38 17.68.304136.3355G8.304+36.336
S 33 ONSALA35-CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
1118 06 19.2-21 37 37.98.6682-0.3573G8.669-0.357
G8.67-0.36 ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
1218 14 39.8-17 51 58.312.9095-0.2610G12.908-0.260
W 33 (A) ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
1318 27 42.8-11 14 29.120.23980.0751G20.237+0.065
G20.24+0.08 ONSALA35-CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
1418 34 41-09 00 52.823.0075-0.4151G23.008-0.411
G23.01-0.41 ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
1518 36 12.8-07 12 35.124.78420.0794G24.790+0.083
W 42 ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
1618 47 35-02 01 5.930.6964-0.0631G30.702-0.068
G30.70-0.06 ONSALA35+CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
1718 58 12.7+01 40 36.535.1966-0.7419G35.197-0.743
G35.19-0.74 ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
1819 11 53.9+09 35 51.443.7954-0.1267G43.795-0.127
G43.80-0.13 ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
1919 23 38.2+14 30 0549.4716-0.3709G49.487-0.387
W 51 (Met5) ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO 17-22 May 1993
2019 23 43.2+14 31 34.449.5031-0.3772G49.487-0.387
W 51 (Met4) ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO 17-22 May 1993
2119 23 45.2+14 29 45.549.4802-0.3984G49.487-0.387
W 51 (Met3) ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO 17-22 May 1993
2219 23 46.5+14 29 40.649.4815-0.4037G49.487-0.387
W 51 (Met2) ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH -SiO 17-22 May 1993
2320 09 30.4+31 26 1769.3910-0.9086G69.391-0.909
G64.9-0.9 ONSALA35-CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
2420 38 59.6+42 19 23.881.67380.5399G81.665+0.551
DR 21 ONSALA35-H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
2520 58 46+44 20 2785.5075-0.9754G85.508-0.975
S 117 ONSALA35-CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
2621 40 42.4+58 16 9.799.98254.1696G99.982+4.170
IC 1396 (N) ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
2722 20 13.1+03 58 14.667.4803-42.0606G67.480-42.061
S 140 ONSALA35-CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
2823 13 42.1+61 30 37.7111.55110.8174G111.551+0.817
S 158 ONSALA35-CH3OH II 17-22 May 1993
2923 13 44.8+61 26 50.7111.53300.7567G111.542+0.766
NGC 7538 (S) ONSALA35+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH 17-22 May 1993
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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
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    DSS colored
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    GLIMPSE 360
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    ATLASGAL 870 um
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    Bolocam 1.1 mm
    UKIDSS K
    2MASS K