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VAL98 - The unusual methanol maser 345.01+1.79

Short title: Valtts (1998)
Authors: Valtts, I. E.
Journal: Astronomy Letters, Volume 24, Issue 6, November 1998, pp.788-794; Pisma v Astronomicheskii Zhurnal, Vol. 24, p. 910
Bibcode: 1998AstL...24..788V

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ID Obs. RA Obs. Dec l b Group id Source name Line Thermal Vrange FWHM Fpeak Telescope Detection
(J2000) (J2000) (deg.) (deg.) CH3OH (class I) line mark (km/s) (km/s) (Jy) Yes/No
116 56 47.8-40 14 22.3345.01071.7925G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.79229 GHz (I)
-24;-16-MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
216 56 47.8-40 14 22.4345.01071.7925G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.7995 GHz (I)
-24;-16-MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
316 56 47.8-40 14 22.5345.01071.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.7995 GHz (I)
-24;-16-MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
416 56 47.8-40 14 22.6345.01061.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.7944 GHz (I)
-24;-16-MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
516 56 47.8-40 14 22.7345.01061.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.7944 GHz (I)
-24;-16-MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
616 56 47.8-40 14 22.8345.01061.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.79132.8 GHz (I)
-24;-16-MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
716 56 47.8-40 14 22.9345.01061.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.796.6 GHz (II)
-24;-16-508MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
816 56 47.8-40 14 23345.01051.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.794(1)->4(0)_E
*-24;-16-MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
916 56 47.8-40 14 23.1345.01051.7923G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.79157.24 GHz
-24;-161.654.9MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
1016 56 47.8-40 14 23.2345.01051.7923G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.79107 GHz (II)
-24;-161.185.5MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
1116 56 47.8-40 14 22.4345.01071.7925G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.79107 GHz (II)
-24;-1616.2MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
1216 56 47.8-40 14 22.4345.01071.7925G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.79156.6 GHz (II)
*-24;-161.921.4MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
1316 56 47.8-40 14 22.4345.01071.7925G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.7912 GHz (II)
-24;-16-310MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
1416 56 47.8-40 14 22.4345.01071.7925G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.79108 GHz (II)
-24;-1619.5MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
1516 56 47.8-40 14 22.4345.01071.7925G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.79229 GHz (I)
-14;-10512MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
1616 56 47.8-40 14 22.4345.01071.7925G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.7995 GHz (I)
-14;-100.529.9MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
1716 56 47.8-40 14 22.4345.01071.7925G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.7995 GHz (I)
-14;-103.416.3MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
1816 56 47.8-40 14 22.4345.01071.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.7944 GHz (I)
-14;-100.413.7MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
1916 56 47.8-40 14 22.5345.01071.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.7944 GHz (I)
-14;-101.310.5MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
2016 56 47.8-40 14 22.5345.01071.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.79132.8 GHz (I)
-14;-103.866.2MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
2116 56 47.8-40 14 22.5345.01071.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.796.6 GHz (II)
-14;-10-31MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
2216 56 47.8-40 14 22.5345.01071.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.794(1)->4(0)_E
*-14;-105.810.6MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
2316 56 47.8-40 14 22.5345.01071.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.79157.24 GHz
-14;-10526.9MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
2416 56 47.8-40 14 22.5345.01061.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.79107 GHz (II)
-14;-10-MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
2516 56 47.8-40 14 22.5345.01061.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.79107 GHz (II)
-14;-10-MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
2616 56 47.8-40 14 22.5345.01061.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.79156.6 GHz (II)
*-14;-104.218.4MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
2716 56 47.8-40 14 22.5345.01061.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.7912 GHz (II)
-14;-10-14MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
2816 56 47.8-40 14 22.5345.01061.7924G345.010+1.792
G345.01+1.79108 GHz (II)
-14;-1063.8MOP+H2O +CH3OH I +CH3OH II +OH
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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 VAL98 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