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H2O papers

1 LAD22 Ladeyschikov et al. (2022) Water masers as an early tracer of star formation H2O Bolocam SF.general 131 237 22 EFF C
2 LAD21 Ladeyschikov et al. (2021) H2O maser observations at RT-22 H2O Bolocam SF.general 13 131 22 RT22_PRAO C
3 NEU21 Neufeld et al. (2021) Terahertz Water Masers. II. Further SOFIA/GREAT Detections Toward Circumstellar Outflows, and a Multitransition Analysis H2O star other_transition 4 3 22 APEX, EFF, SOFIA C
4 BAY20 Bayandina et al. (2020) RadioAstron reveals super-compact structures in the bursting H2O maser source G25.65+1.05 H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 RA C
5 BUR20 Burns et al. (2020) VLBI observations of the G25.65+1.05 water maser superburst H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 VERA C
6 CHI20 Chibueze et al. (2020) Astrometry of H2O masers in the W 48 A (G35.20-01.74) H II region with VERA: A compact disk outflow inside core H-2a H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
7 KIM20 Kim et al. (2020) Multiple Outflows in the High-mass Cluster-forming Region G25.82-0.17 H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 VERA C
8 SAK20 Sakai et al. (2020) Vertical structure and kinematics of the Galactic outer disk H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 4 0 22 VERA C
9 VOL20 Volvach et al. (2020) Unusually powerful flare activity of the H2O maser feature near a velocity of -60 km s-1 in W49N H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 RT22_CrAO C
10 BAY19 Bayandina et al. (2019) VLA Overview of the Bursting H2O Maser Source G25.65+1.05 H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
11 COL19 Colom et al. (2019) Observations of Maser Emission in the Star-Forming Region G43.8-0.1. II. H2O Maser Emission at 1.35 cm H2O High_mass_SFR variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
12 GON19 Gong et al. (2019) Searching for further evidence for cloud-cloud collisions in L1188 H2O Low_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 EFF C
13 IMM19 Immer et al. (2019) Anomalous peculiar motions of high-mass young stars in the Scutum spiral arm H2O,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR parallax 16 0 22 VLBA C
14 KIM19 Kim et al. (2019) Simultaneous 22 GHz Water and 44 GHz Methanol Masers Survey of Ultracompact HII Regions H2O,CH3OH_I UCHII SF.general 74 52 22 KVN C
15 KIM19B Kim et al. (2019b) Time variations of H2O and SiO masers in the proto-Planetary Nebula OH 231.8+4.2 H2O pAGB_PN variability 1 0 22 KVN C
16 MOS19 Moscadelli et al. (2019) Protostellar Outflows at the EarliesT Stages (POETS). III. H2O masers tracing disk-winds and jets near luminous YSOs H2O YSO, Outflows SF.general 26 1 22 NRAOVLA C
17 QUI19 Quiroga-Nunez et al. (2019) Resolving the distance controversy for Sharpless 269. A possible kink in the outer arm H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VLBA C
18 SUD19 Sudou et al. (2019) Annual parallax measurements of a semi-regular variable star SV Pegasus with VERA H2O star parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
19 VOL19 Volvach et al. (2019) Flaring water masers associated with W49N H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 RT22_CrAO C
20 VOL19B Volvach et al. (2019b) A Giant Water Maser Flare in the Galactic Source IRAS 18316-0602 H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 RT22_CrAO C
21 VOL19C Volvach et al. (2019c) A Water-Vapor Maser Flare in a High-Velocity Line toward W49N H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 RT22_CrAO C
22 VOL19D Volvach et al. (2019d) Unusual flare activity in the extreme-velocity -81 km s-1 water-maser feature in W49N H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 RT22_CrAO C
23 ZHA19 Zhang et al. (2019) Parallaxes for Star-forming Regions in the Inner Perseus Spiral Arm H2O,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR SF.general 3 0 22 VLBA C
24 ASH18 Ashimbaeva et al. (2018) Observations of OH and H2O Maser Emission in the Star-Forming Region S128 H2O,OH High_mass_SFR, HII variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
25 BRE18 Breen et al. (2018) Water masers and ammonia (1, 1) and (2, 2) towards six regions in the Carina Nebula H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 2 7 22 ATCA, TID C
26 BRO18 Brogan et al. (2018) The Extraordinary Outburst in the Massive Protostellar System NGC 6334I-MM1: Flaring of the Water Masers in a North-South Bipolar Outflow Driven by MM1B H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
27 DZI18 Dzib et al. (2018) A revised distance to IRAS 16293-2422 from VLBA astrometry of associated water masers H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VLBA C
28 KIM18 Kim et al. (2018) Simultaneous Survey of Water and Class I Methanol Masers toward Red MSX Sources H2O,CH3OH_I MSX SF.general 134 163 22 KVN C
29 KRA18 Krasnov et al. (2018) Flares of the H2O Maser Emission in the Young Stellar Object GH2O 092.67+03.07 (IRAS 21078+5211) H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
30 LEK18 Lekht et al. (2018) Superflares of H2O Maser Emission Toward the Protostellar Object G25.65+1.05 (IRAS 18316-0602) H2O High_mass_SFR variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
31 SHA18 Shakhvorostova et al. (2018) Search for H2O Maser Flares in Regions of Formation of Massive Stars H2O High_mass_SFR variability 7 0 22 RT22_CrAO C
32 SOB18 Sobolev et al. (2018) Sun-sized Water Vapor Masers in Cepheus A H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 RA C
33 SUN18 Sun et al. (2018) Discovery of H2O, CH3OH, and OH Masers in the Extreme Outer Galaxy H2O,OH,CH3OH_II CO_clumps SF.general 4 196 22 EFF C
34 XU18 Xu et al. (2018) The Parallax of the Red Hypergiant VX Sgr with Accurate Tropospheric Delay Calibration H2O star parallax 1 0 22 VLBA C
35 ASH17 Ashimbaeva et al. (2017) Variability of the OH and H2O maser emission toward AS 501 H2O,OH star, pAGB_PN variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
36 BAY17 Bayandina et al. (2017) H2O masers and protoplanetary disk dynamics in IC 1396 N H2O BRC SF.proper_montion 1 0 22 RA C
37 BUR17 Burns et al. (2017) Trigonometric distance and proper motions of H2O maser bowshocks in AFGL 5142 H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
38 GOD17 Goddi et al. (2017) Measuring magnetic fields from water masers in the synchrotron protostellar jet in W3(H2O) H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 1 0 22 VLBA C
39 GOM17 Gomez et al. (2017) A Search for Water Maser Emission from Brown Dwarfs and Low-luminosity Young Stellar Objects H2O YSO, Other SF.general 1 42 22 EFF C
40 NEU17 Neufeld et al. (2017) SOFIA/GREAT Discovery of Terahertz Water Masers H2O star other_transition 4 3 22 EFF, SOFIA C
41 SAK17 Sakai et al. (2017) Trigonometric parallax measurement of a water maser source toward the Sgr D H II region H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
42 SUD17 Sudou et al. (2017) Time Variations of the Radial Velocity of H2O Masers in the Semi-Regular Variable R Crt H2O star variability 1 0 22 KAG C
43 ZHA17 Zhang et al. (2017) VLBA Trigonometric Parallax Measurement of the Semi-regular Variable RT Vir H2O star parallax 1 0 22 VLBA C
44 BUR16 Burns et al. (2016) H2O masers in a jet-driven bow shock: episodic ejection from a massive young stellar object H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VLBA C
45 COL16 Colom et al. (2016) Long-term monitoring and interpretation of flares in the H2O maser emission of IRAS 16293-2422 H2O,OH High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
46 MOS16 Moscadelli et al. (2016) Outflow structure within 1000 au of high-mass YSOs. I. First results from a combined study of maser and radio continuum emission H2O YSO SF.general 10 0 22 NRAOVLA C
47 MOT16 Motogi et al. (2016) Accelerating a water maser face-on jet from a high mass young stellar object H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 VERA C
48 RUD16 Rudnitskii et al. (2016) Observations of Extended Green Objects in the 1.35-cm H2O Line on the 22-m Pushchino Radio Telescope H2O EGO SF.general 11 14 22 RT22_PRAO C
49 SVO16 Svoboda et al. (2016) The Bolocam Galactic Plane Survey. XIV. Physical Properties of Massive Starless and Star-forming Clumps H2O Bolocam SF.general 430 930 22 GBT C
50 SZY16 Szymczak et al. (2016) Discovery of periodic and alternating flares of the methanol and water masers in G107.298+5.639 H2O,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR variability 1 0 22 Torun_32m C
51 TIT16 Titmarsh et al. (2016) A search for water masers associated with class II methanol masers - II. Longitude range 341° to 6° H2O Known_Class_II SF.general 97 93 22 ATCA C
52 XI16 Xi et al. (2016) An H2O Maser survey towards BGPS sources in the Outer Galaxy H2O Bolocam SF.general 25 217 22 Nanshan C
53 YAM16 Yamauchi et al. (2016) The far distance to G7.47+0.06 from proper motion measurement of H2O masers H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
54 BUR15 Burns et al. (2015) A `water spout' maser jet in S235AB-MIR H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
55 CHO15 Chong et al. (2015) Water Masers in W43A: Early Morphological Changes of a Future Planetary Nebula H2O pAGB_PN SF.general 1 0 22 VLBA C
56 COL15 Colom et al. (2015) OH and H2O maser variations in W33B H2O High_mass_SFR variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
57 GOM15 Gomez et al. (2015) A search for water maser emission toward obscured post-AGB star and planetary nebula candidates H2O pAGB_PN star.general 15 119 22 NRO C
58 KAN15 Kang et al. (2015) Simultaneous Observation of Water and Class I Methanol Masers toward Class II Methanol Maser Sources H2O,CH3OH_I Known_Class_II SF.general 36 36 22 KVN C
59 KIM15 Kim et al. (2015) Molecular Outflows from Newly Formed Massive Stars H2O,CH3OH_I YSO, Outflows SF.general 11 2 22 KVN C
60 KRA15 Krasnov et al. (2015) H2O maser flares in the source W75 N H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
61 XI15 Xi et al. (2015) 22 GHz H2O maser survey towards 221 BGPS sources H2O Bolocam SF.general 97 111 22 Nanshan C
62 ASA14 Asaki et al. (2014) Distance and Proper Motion Measurement of Water Masers in Sharpless 269 IRS 2w H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
63 BUR14 Burns et al. (2014) VLBI observations of H2O maser annual parallax and proper motion in IRAS 20143+3634: Reflection on the Galactic constants H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
64 CHI14 Chibueze et al. (2014) Trigonometric parallax of IRAS 22555+6213 with VERA: Three-dimensional view of sources along the same line of sight H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
65 CHI14B Chibueze et al. (2014b) Astrometry and Spatio-kinematics of H2O Masers in the Massive Star-forming Region NGC 6334I(North) with VERA H2O High_mass_SFR star.general 1 0 22 JVN C
66 GVA14 Gvaramadze et al. (2014) IRC -10414: a bow-shock-producing red supergiant star H2O star star.general 1 0 22 C
67 HIR14 Hirota et al. (2014) VERA and ALMA observations of the H2O supermaser burst in Orion KL H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 VERA C
68 JOH14 Johanson et al. (2014) Detection of Water Masers toward Young Stellar Objects in the Large Magellanic Cloud H2O YSO, Extragalactic SF.general 2 5 22 ATCA C
69 KAM14 Kamezaki et al. (2014) Annual Parallax Determination toward a New X-Ray-emitting Class 0 Candidate with the Water Maser in the NGC 2264 Star-forming Region H2O YSO SF.general 1 0 22 VERA C
70 LEK14 Lekht et al. (2014) Results of a long-term monitoring of the 1.35-cm water-vapor maser source ON 1 (1981-2013) H2O High_mass_SFR variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
71 LYO14 Lyo et al. (2014) Unbiased Water and Methanol Maser Surveys of NGC 1333 H2O,CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR, Blind blind 1 0 22 KVN C
72 SUR14 Surcis et al. (2014) The magnetic field at milliarcsecond resolution around IRAS 20126+4104 H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 1 0 22 VLBA C
73 SUR14B Surcis et al. (2014B) Rapidly increasing collimation and magnetic field changes of a protostellar H2O maser outflow H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 1 0 22 VLBA C
74 TAF14 Tafoya et al. (2014) Submillimeter H2O masers in water-fountain nebulae H2O pAGB_PN other_transition 3 4 22 APEX C
75 TIT14 Titmarsh et al. (2014) A search for water masers associated with class II methanol masers - I. Longitude range 6°-20° H2O Known_Class_II SF.general 52 60 22 ATCA C
76 TOR14 Torrelles et al. (2014) A very young, compact bipolar H2O maser outflow in the intermediate-mass star-forming LkHα 234 region H2O YSO SF.general 1 0 22 VLBA C
77 VLE14 Vlemmings et al. (2014) From the ashes: JVLA observations of water fountain nebula candidates show the rebirth of IRAS 18455+0448 OH pAGB_PN star.general 7 0 22 C
78 WAL14 Walsh et al. (2014) Accurate water maser positions from HOPS H2O H2O SF.general 511 31 22 ATCA C
79 YOO14 Yoon et al. (2014) SiO and H2O Maser Survey toward Post-asymptotic Giant Branch and Asymptotic Giant Branch Stars H2O,SiO pAGB_PN star.general 26 281 22 C
80 YUN14 Yung et al. (2014) Maser and Infrared Studies of Oxygen-rich Late/Post-asymptotic Giant Branch Stars and Water Fountains: Development of a New Identification Method OH pAGB_PN star.general 24 82 22 C
81 ZHA14 Zhang et al. (2014) The Parallax of W43: a Massive Star-forming Complex near the Galactic Bar H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 C
82 BRE13 Breen et al. (2013) Discovery of four water masers in the Small Magellanic Cloud H2O,OH,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR, Extragalactic SF.general 4 1 22 ATCA, TID C
83 CYG13 Cyganowski et al. (2013) A Water Maser and NH3 Survey of GLIMPSE Extended Green Objects H2O EGO SF.general 57 27 22 NRO C
84 IMA13B Imai et al. (2013) ATCA survey of H2O masers in the large Magellanic cloud. H2O High_mass_SFR, Extragalactic extragal 14 0 22 ATCA C
85 KAN13 Kang et al. (2013) Water and Methanol Maser Survey of Protostars in the Orion Molecular Cloud Complex H2O,CH3OH_I YSO SF.general 4 53 22 KVN C
86 KIM13 Kim et al. (2013) Simultaneous Observations of SiO and H2O Masers toward Known Stellar H2O Maser Sources H2O star star.general 143 9 22 C
87 KIM13B Kim et al. (2013B) Evolution of the Water Maser Expanding Shell in W75N VLA 2 H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 VERA C
88 KRA13 Krasnov et al. (2013) Flares of H2O maser emission from SGR B2 in 2005-2012 H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
89 KUS13 Kusuno et al. (2013) Distance and Proper Motion Measurement of the Red Supergiant, PZ Cas, in Very Long Baseline Interferometry H2O Maser Astrometry H2O star parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
90 MOS13 Moscadelli et al. (2013) A double-jet system in the G31.41 + 0.31 hot molecular core H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 VLBA C
91 NEU13 Neufeld et al. (2013) Herschel/HIFI Observations of a New Interstellar Water Maser: The 532-441 Transition at 620.701 GHz H2O High_mass_SFR other_transition 3 0 22 Herschel C
92 OHN13 Ohnaka et al. (2013) VLA survey of 22 GHz H2O masers toward ten silicate carbon stars H2O star star.general 5 5 22 C
93 YUN13 Yung et al. (2013) Water Maser Survey on AKARI and IRAS Sources: A Search for ""Low-velocity"" Water Fountains H2O pAGB_PN star.general 63 140 22 C
94 ZHA13 Zhang et al. (2013) Parallaxes for W49N and G048.60+0.02: Distant Star Forming Regions in the Perseus Spiral Arm H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 0 0 22 VLBA C
95 ALV12 Alves et al. (2012) The magnetic field of IRAS 16293-2422 as traced by shock-induced H2O masers H2O Low_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
96 BAR12 Bartkiewicz et al. (2012) Milliarcsecond structure of water maser emission in two young high-mass stellar objects associated with methanol masers H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 2 0 22 EVN C
97 CHI12 Chibueze et al. (2012) A Highly Collimated Water Maser Bipolar Outflow in the Cepheus A HW3d Massive Young Stellar Object H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 VERA C
98 CHO12B Cho & Kim (2012) Simultaneous Observations of SiO and H2O Masers toward Known Stellar SiO Maser Sources H2O star star.general 15 68 22 C
99 DEG12B Deguchi et al. (2012b) Maser Emission toward the Infrared Dark Cloud G359.94+0.17 Seen in Silhouette against the Galactic Center H2O,SiO,CH3OH_I IRDC SF.general 1 0 22 NRO C
100 FOK12 Fok et al. (2012) Maser Observations of Westerlund 1 and Comprehensive Considerations on Maser Properties of Red Supergiants Associated with Massive Clusters H2O star star.general 1 1 22 C
101 HIR12 Hirota et al. (2012) The First Detection of the 232 GHz Vibrationally Excited H2O Maser in Orion KL with ALMA H2O High_mass_SFR, YSO other_transition 1 0 22 ALMA C
102 LEK12 Lekht et al. (2012) Long-term monitoring of the W44C (G 34.3+0.15) maser in the 1.35 cm water vapor and 18 cm hydroxyl lines H2O,OH High_mass_SFR variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
103 LIM12 Lim et al. (2012) Candidates for the Young Stellar Outflows: Water and Methanol Masers from Young Stellar Objects H2O,CH3OH_I YSO, Outflows SF.general 16 276 22 KVN C
104 MAT12 Matveyenko et al. (2012) Polarization of the H2O maser emission from Orion KL at epoch 2011.7 H2O High_mass_SFR polarization C
105 MIY12 Miyoshi et al. (2012) Analysis of H2O masers in Sharpless 269 using VERA archival data - Effect of maser structures on astrometric accuracy H2O HII SF.general 1 0 22 VERA C
106 PET12 Petrov (2012) The EVN Galactic Plane Survey - EGaPS H2O Extragalactic SF.general C
107 ROD12 Rodri­guez-Esnard et al. (2012) Observational Study of the Continuum and Water Maser Emission in the IRAS 19217+1651 Region H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
108 RYG12 Rygl et al. (2012) Parallaxes and proper motions of interstellar masers toward the Cygnus X star-forming complex. I. Membership of the Cygnus X region H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 0 0 22 VLBA C
109 ZHA12 Zhang et al. (2012) The distance and size of the red hypergiant NML Cygni from VLBA and VLA astrometry H2O star parallax 1 0 22 VLBA C
110 BAE11 Bae et al. (2011) A Multi-epoch, Simultaneous Water and Methanol Maser Survey toward Intermediate-mass Young Stellar Objects H2O,CH3OH_I Low_mass_SFR, YSO SF.general 16 162 22 KVN C
111 BAR11 Bartkiewicz et al. (2011) VLA observations of water masers towards 6.7 GHz methanol maser sources H2O Known_Class_II SF.general 27 4 22 NRAOVLA C
112 BRE11 Breen & Ellingsen (2011) Constraining the properties of 1.2-mm dust clumps that contain luminous water masers H2O Bolocam SF.general 117 120 22 ATCA C
113 CAS11 Caswell et al. (2011) A water maser survey towards the Galactic Centre H2O Galaxy_center, Blind blind 26 3 22 ATCA C
114 CAS11B Caswell & Green (2011B) Blueshifted outflow from 24.329+0.145 H2O YSO SF.general 2 0 22 ATCA C
115 GOD11 Goddi et al. (2011) Infall and outflow within 400 AU from a high-mass protostar. 3D velocity fields from methanol and water masers in AFLG 5142 H2O Low_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 EVN C
116 GOM11 Gomez et al. (2011) IRAS 18113-2503: The Water Fountain with the Fastest Jet? H2O pAGB_PN star.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
117 HIR11 Hirota et al. (2011) Astrometry of H2O Masers in Nearby Star-Forming Regions with VERA. IV. L 1448 C H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
118 HIR11B Hirota et al. (2011b) Identification of Bursting Water Maser Features in Orion KL H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 VERA C
119 IMA11 Imai et al. (2011) Multiple Outflows Traced by H2O Masers around the Ultra-Compact H II Region G 34.26+0.15 H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 JVN; VERA, VLBA C
120 IMA11B Imai et al. (2011b) Annual Parallax Distance and Kinematical Property of H2O Masers in IRAS 19312+1950 H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
121 LEK11 Lekht et al. (2011) Cyclic activity of the H2O maser emission towards NGC 2071 H2O High_mass_SFR variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
122 MOS11 Moscadelli et al. (2011) Methanol and water masers in IRAS 20126+4104: the distance, the disk, and the jet H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VLBA C
123 MOT11 Motogi et al. (2011) Intermittent maser flare around the high-mass young stellar object G353.273+0.641 - I. Data and overview H2O High_mass_SFR, YSO SF.general 1 0 22 TOM, VERA C
124 MOT11B Motogi et al. (2011b) New Distance and Revised Natures of High-Mass Star Formation in G5.89-0.39 H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
125 NAK11 Nakashima et al. (2011) Maser Properties of the Enigmatic IRAS Source 19312+1950 H2O YSO SF.general 1 0 22 MERLIN, VLBA C
126 NII11 Niinuma et al. (2011) Astrometry of H2O Masers in the Massive Star-Forming Region IRAS 06061+2151 with VERA H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
127 SHI11 Shiozaki et al. (2011) H2O Maser Motions and the Distance of the Star-Forming Region G192.16-3.84 H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
128 SUR11 Surcis et al. (2011) The structure of the magnetic field in the massive star-forming region W75N H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 1 0 22 VLBA C
129 SUR11B Surcis et al. (2011B) The properties and polarization of the H2O and CH3OH maser environment of NGC 7538-IRS 1 H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 1 0 22 VLBA C
130 TAF11 Tafoya et al. (2011) Measurement of the Distance and Proper Motions of the H2O Masers in the Young Planetary Nebula K 3-35 H2O pAGB_PN parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
131 URQ11 Urquhart et al. (2011) The Red MSX Source survey: ammonia and water maser analysis of massive star-forming regions H2O MSX SF.general 289 287 22 GBT C
132 WAL11 Walsh et al. (2011) The H2O Southern Galactic Plane Survey (HOPS) - I. Techniques and H2O maser data H2O,NH3 Blind blind 533 0 22 MOP C
133 ASA10 Asaki et al. (2010) Distance and Proper Motion Measurement of the Red Supergiant, S Persei, with VLBI H2O Maser Astrometry H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VLBA C
134 ASA10B Asanok et al. (2010B) OH and H2O masers towards the star-forming region S140-IRS1 H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 1 0 22 MERLIN C
135 BRE10 Breen et al. (2010) Water masers accompanying OH and methanol masers in star formation regions H2O High_mass_SFR, OH SF.general 248 75 22 ATCA C
136 CAS10 Caswell & Breen (2010) An unbiased pilot survey for Galactic water masers H2O Blind blind 25 6 22 ATCA C
137 CHO10 Cho & Kim (2010) Simultaneous Observations of SiO and H2O Masers Toward Symbiotic Stars H2O star star.general 9 25 22 KVN C
138 CHO10B Cho et al. (2010b) The Evolutionary Stage of H II Region and Spectral Types of Massive Stars from Kinematics of H_{2}O Masers in W51 Main H2O High_mass_SFR, star SF.proper_montion 1 0 22 VERA C
139 DAY10 Day et al. (2010) Proper Motions of H2O Masers in the Water Fountain Source IRAS 19190+1102 H2O pAGB_PN SF.proper_montion 2 0 22 VLBA C
140 DEG10A Deguchi et al. (2010) SiO and H2O Maser Observations of Red Supergiants in Star Clusters Embedded in the Galactic Disk H2O,SiO star star.general 8 22 22 C
141 DEG10B Deguchi et al. (2010B) SiO Maser Survey off the Galactic Plane: A Signature of Streaming Motion H2O star star.general 3 0 22 C
142 ELL10 Ellingsen et al. (2010) Masers associated with high-mass star formation regions in the Large Magellanic Cloud H2O High_mass_SFR, LMC SF.general 6 3 22 ATCA C
143 HIN10 Hindson et al. (2010) The G305 star-forming complex: wide-area molecular mapping of NH3 and H2O masers H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 16 0 22 MOP C
144 KIM10 Kim et al. (2010) Simultaneous Observations of SiO and H2O Masers Toward Known Stellar SiO and H2O Maser Sources. I. H2O,SiO star star.general 114 50 22 C
145 LEK10 Lekht & Munitsyn (2010) Pulsations of the water-vapor maser in NGC 7538 IRS 1 with a period of about 0.9 year H2O High_mass_SFR variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
146 OH10 Oh et al. (2010) VERA Observations of H2O Maser Sources in Three Massive Star-Forming Regions and Galactic Rotation Measurements H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 3 0 22 VERA C
147 SAN10 Sanna et al. (2010) VLBI study of maser kinematics in high-mass star-forming regions. I. G16.59-0.05 H2O,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 VLBA C
148 SAT10 Sato et al. (2010) Distance to G14.33-0.64 in the Sagittarius Spiral Arm: H2O Maser Trigonometric Parallax with VERA H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
149 LEK09 Lekht et al. (2009) Variability of the spectrum and spatial structure of the H2O maser in W75N-VLA 1 H2O High_mass_SFR variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
150 MOE09 Moellenbrock et al. (2009) A Precise Distance to IRAS 00420+5530 via H2O Maser Parallax with the VLBA H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VLBA C
151 PUR09 Purcell et al. (2009) Multi-generation massive star-formation in NGC 3576 H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 4 0 22 ATCA C
152 SUA09 Suarez et al. (2009) Water maser detections in southern candidate post-AGB stars and planetary nebulae H2O pAGB_PN star.general 4 0 22 C
153 URQ09 Urquhart et al. (2009) The RMS survey. H_2O masers towards a sample of southern hemisphere massive YSO candidates and ultra compact HII regions H2O MSX SF.general 150 343 22 MOP C
154 VAN09 van Kempen et al. (2009) 183 GHz H2O Maser Emission Around the Low-Mass Protostar Serpens SMM1 H2O Low_mass_SFR, High_mass_SFR, IRAS, star other_transition 0 0 183 SMA C
155 CAS08 Caswell & Phillips (2008) Water maser 353.273+0.641, the prime example of a class dominated by a blueshifted outflow H2O,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR SF.general 2 0 22 ATCA C
156 GOM08 Gomez et al. (2008) Radio Interferometric Observations of Candidate Water-Maser-Emitting Planetary Nebulae H2O pAGB_PN star.general 3 0 22 C
157 HIR08 Hirota et al. (2008) Astrometry of H2O Masers in Nearby Star-Forming Regions with VERA III. IRAS 22198+6336 in Lynds1204G H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
158 HIR08B Hirota et al. (2008b) Astrometry of H2O Masers in Nearby Star-Forming Regions with VERA. II. SVS13 in NGC1333 H2O Low_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
159 MEN08 Menten et al. (2008) A multi-transition submillimeter water maser study of evolved stars. Detection of a new line near 475 GHz H2O star, pAGB_PN other_transition 3 2 22 APEX, EFF C
160 MOT08 Motogi et al. (2008) Microstructure and kinematics of H2O masers in the massive star-forming region IRAS 06061+2151 H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 JVN C
161 NAG08 Nagayama et al. (2008) VLBI Observations of Water Masers in Onsala1: Massive Binary Star-Forming Site? H2O HII SF.general 1 0 22 JVN C
162 SAR08 Sarma et al. (2008) VLBA Observations of the Zeeman Effect in H2O Masers in OH 43.8-0.1 H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 VLBA C
163 VAL08 Valdettaro et al. (2008) High-Resolution H2O Maser Observations toward IRAS Sources in Bright-Rimmed Clouds H2O BRC SF.general 3 17 22 NRAOVLA C
164 VLE08B Vlemmings & van Langevelde (2008B) The magnetic field of the proto-planetary nebula candidate IRAS 19296+2227 H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 2 0 22 VLBA C
165 BRE07 Breen et al. (2007) A search for 22-GHz water masers within the giant molecular cloud associated with RCW 106 H2O High_mass_SFR blind 9 0 22 ATCA C
166 DEA07 Deacon et al. (2007) H2O Maser Observations of Candidate Post-AGB Stars and Discovery of Three High-Velocity Water Sources H2O pAGB_PN star.general 21 64 22 TID C
167 DEG07A Deguchi et al. (2007A) Identification of Very Red Counterparts of SiO Maser and OH/IR Objects in the GLIMPSE Survey H2O,SiO star star.general 2 19 22 C
168 FEL07 Felli et al. (2007) Water maser variability over 20 years in a large sample of star-forming regions: the complete database H2O High_mass_SFR variability 43 0 22 MED C
169 GOD07 Goddi et al. (2007) Associations of H_2O and CH_3OH masers at milli-arcsec angular resolution in two high-mass YSOs H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 VLBA C
170 HIR07 Hirota et al. (2007) Distance to Orion KL Measured with VERA H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
171 IMA07 Imai et al. (2007) Astrometry of H2O Masers in Nearby Star-Forming Regions with VERA I. IRAS 16293-2422 in ρ Oph East H2O Low_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VERA C
172 LEK07 Lekht et al. (2007) Chain-type structure in the H2O maser NGC 7538N H2O High_mass_SFR, HII variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
173 LEK07B Lekht et al. (2007b) An H2O maser in the infrared source IRAS 20126+4104 H2O High_mass_SFR variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
174 LEK07C Lekht et al. (2007c) Variations in the spectrum and spatial structure of the H2O maser in W75N H2O High_mass_SFR variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
175 NAK07 Nakashima & Deguchi (2007) Correlation between Infrared Colors and Intensity Ratios of SiO Maser Lines SiO pAGB_PN 14 14 22 C
176 PAT07 Patel et al. (2007) Submillimeter Array Observations of 321 GHz Water Maser Emission in Cepheus A H2O High_mass_SFR other_transition 1 0 22 SMA C
177 SUA07 Suarez et al. (2007) New detections of H2O masers in planetary nebulae and post-AGB stars using the Robledo-70 m antenna H2O pAGB_PN star.general 5 0 22 C
178 SUN07 Sunada et al. (2007) Water Maser and Ammonia Survey toward IRAS Sources in the Galaxy I. H2O Maser Data H2O IRAS SF.general 220 1321 22 NRO C
179 VAL07 Valdettaro et al. (2007) H2O maser emission from bright rimmed clouds in the southern hemisphere H2O Other SF.general 7 44 22 TID C
180 WOO07 Woodall & Gray (2007) A search for 22-GHz H2O masers in supernova remnants H2O SNR SF.general 0 18 22 Onsala C
181 COH06 Cohen et al. (2006) Radio observations of the planetary nebula around the OH/IR star OH354.88-0.54 (V1018 Sco) H2O pAGB_PN star.general 1 0 22 C
182 DEG06 de Gregorio-Monsalvo et al. (2006) High-Resolution Observations of Water Masers in Bok Globules H2O Bok SF.general 4 2 22 NRAOVLA C
183 FEL06 Felli et al. (2006) New signposts of massive star formation in the S235A-B region H2O YSO SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
184 GOD06 Goddi et al. (2006) Evidence supporting the kinematic interpretation of water maser proper motions H2O High_mass_SFR SF.proper_montion 1 0 22 VLBA C
185 GOD06B Goddi & Moscadelli (2006B) Tracing the base of protostellar wind(s) towards the high-mass star forming region AFGL 5142: VLA continuum and VLBA H2O maser observations H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
186 GOM06 Gomez et al. (2006) A Sensitive Survey for Water Maser Emission Toward Bok Globules Using the Robledo 70 m Antenna H2O Bok SF.general 7 177 22 ROB C
187 HAC06 Hachisuka et al. (2006) Water Maser Motions in W3(OH) and a Determination of Its Distance H2O High_mass_SFR parallax 1 0 22 VLBA C
188 LEK06 Lekht et al. (2006) Time variation of the water maser in ON2 H2O UCHII variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
189 MOS06 Moscadelli et al. (2006) First results from a VLBA proper motion survey of H2O masers in low-mass YSOs: the Serpens core and RNO 15-FIR H2O Low_mass_SFR SF.proper_montion 8 0 22 VLBA C
190 MUN06 Munitsyn (2006) H2O maser flare in NGC 7538 S H2O High_mass_SFR variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
191 NAK06 Nakashima & Deguchi (2006) SiO Masers in a Scutum Massive Star Cluster of Red Supergiants SiO 0 1 22 C
192 OLI06 Oliveira et al. (2006) Massive young stellar objects in the Large Magellanic Cloud: water masers and ESO-VLT 3-4 μm spectroscopy H2O HII SF.general 6 1 22 PRS C
193 VLE06 Vlemmings et al. (2006) The magnetic field in the star-forming region Cepheus A. from H2O maser polarization observations H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 1 0 22 VLBA C
194 VLE06B Vlemmings & Diamond (2006B) Intrinsic Properties of the Magnetically Collimated H2O Maser Jet of W43A H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 1 0 22 VLBA C
195 VOL06 Volvach et al. (2006) Spectral observations of OH and water maser sources at the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory with the RT-22 radio telescope H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general C
196 WAN06 Wang et al. (2006) Water Masers Associated with Infrared Dark Cloud Cores H2O IRDC SF.general 15 75 22 NRAOVLA C
197 EDR05 Edris et al. (2005) The masers towards IRAS 20126 + 4104 H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 MERLIN C
198 FUR05 Furuya et al. (2005) Proper motion of H_2O masers in IRAS 20050+2720 MMS1: an AU scale jet associated with an intermediate-mass class 0 source H2O YSO SF.proper_montion 1 0 22 VLBA C
199 GOD05 Goddi et al. (2005) Kinematics of H2O masers in high-mass star forming regions H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 4 0 22 EVN C
200 HON05 Honma et al. (2005) Multi-Epoch VERA Observations of H2O Masers in OH 43.8-0.1 H2O High_mass_SFR, HII variability.flare 1 0 22 VERA C
201 KUR05 Kurtz & Hofner (2005) Water Masers Toward Ultracompact H II Regions H2O UCHII SF.general 18 15 22 EFF C
202 LEK05 Lekht et al. (2005) Flares of the H2O Maser in W31(2) H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
203 LEK05B Lekht et al. (2005B) Monitoring of the H2O Maser W31(2) in 1981-2003 H2O High_mass_SFR, HII variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
204 MOD05 Modjaz et al. (2005) Probing the Magnetic Field at Subparsec Radii in the Accretion Disk of NGC 4258 H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 2 0 22 GBT, NRAOVLA C
205 MOS05 Moscadelli et al. (2005) Water masers in the massive protostar IRAS 20126+4104: ejection and deceleration H2O High_mass_SFR, YSO SF.general 1 0 22 EVN C
206 RAM05 Rami­rez Hernandez et al. (2005) A Strong Flare of the H2O Maser in Sagittarius B2(M) H2O Galaxy_center, Flare variability.flare 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
207 SHI05 Shimoikura et al. (2005) VLBA Observations of a Bursting Water Maser in Orion KL H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 VLBA C
208 SZY05 Szymczak et al. (2005) Masers as signposts of high-mass protostars. A water maser survey of methanol maser sources H2O Known_Class_II SF.general 41 36 22 EFF C
209 VAL05 Valdettaro et al. (2005) H2O maser emission from bright rimmed clouds in the northern hemisphere H2O BRC variability 3 39 22 MED C
210 DEG04C Deguchi et al. (2004) Study of the Bipolar Nebula IRAS 19312+1950. II. Circumstellar Chemistry H2O pAGB_PN star.general 1 0 22 NRO C
211 GRE04 de Gregorio-Monsalvo et al. (2004) A Survey for Water Maser Emission toward Planetary Nebulae: New Detection in IRAS 17347-3139 H2O pAGB_PN star.general 2 0 22 C
212 HEA04 Healy et al. (2004) A Very Large Array Search for Water Masers in Six H II Regions: Tracers of Triggered Low-Mass Star Formation H2O HII, YSO SF.general 8 26 22 NRAOVLA C
213 HON04 Honma et al. (2004) VERA Observation of the W49N H2O Maser Outburst in 2003 October H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 VERA C
214 LEK04 Lekht et al. (2004) Long-term monitoring of the water-vapor maser in NGC 7538: 1993 2003 H2O High_mass_SFR, HII variability 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
215 MCG04 McGrath et al. (2004) H2O Masers in W49 North and Sagittarius B2 H2O HII SF.general 2 0 22 NRAOVLA C
216 MEN04 Menten & van der Tak (2004) Very compact radio emission from high-mass protostars. I. CRL 2136: Continuum and water maser observations H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
217 DEM03 Demichev et al. (2003) The H2O Supermaser Region in Orion KL: Epoch 1982.9 H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 RT22_CrAO C
218 FUR03 Furuya et al. (2003) Water Maser Survey toward Low-Mass Young Stellar Objects in the Northern Sky with the Nobeyama 45 Meter Telescope and the Very Large Array H2O YSO SF.general 37 163 22 NRO C
219 GAL03 Gallimore et al. (2003) Expansion of the R4 H2O Maser Arc near Cepheus A HW2 H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 MERLIN C
220 IMA03 Imai et al. (2003) Linear Polarization Observations of Water Masers in W3 IRS 5 H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 1 0 22 VLBA C
221 NAK03B Nakashima & Deguchi (2003B) SiO Maser Survey of Cold IRAS Sources SiO star star.general 3 20 22 C
222 TRI03 Trinidad et al. (2003) A Study of the Variability of Water Maser Emission in a Sample of Young Stellar Objects H2O YSO variability 11 0 22 HAYS C
223 TRI03B Trinidad et al. (2003B) Observations of Water Masers and Radio Continuum Emission in AFGL 2591 H2O YSO SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
224 BEU02 Beuther et al. (2002) CH3OH and H2O masers in high-mass star-forming regions H2O,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR SF.general 23 6 22 NRAOVLA C
225 IMA02 Imai et al. (2002) Microstructure of Water Masers in W3 IRS 5 H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 VLBA C
226 IMA02B Imai et al. (2002B) 3-D Kinematics of Water Masers in the W 51A Region H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 J-Net C
227 LAZ02 Lazendic et al. (2002) Accurate positions of H2 O masers in the Large Magellanic Cloud H2O HII, Extragalactic SF.general 5 0 22 ATCA C
228 SAR02 Sarma et al. (2002) Magnetic Fields in Shocked Regions: Very Large Array Observations of H2O Masers H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 6 0 22 NRAOVLA C
229 SET02 Seth et al. (2002) Water Masers as Tracers of Protostellar Disks and Outflows in the Intermediate-Mass Star-forming Region NGC 2071 H2O YSO SF.general 1 0 22 VLBA C
230 SJO02 Sjouwerman et al. (2002) H2O and SiO maser emission in Galactic center OH/IR stars $O and SiO maser emission in Galactic center OH/IR stars H2O star star.general 35 0 22 NRAOVLA C
231 VAL02 Valdettaro et al. (2002) Long-term study of water maser emission associated with young stellar objects. I. The database H2O High_mass_SFR variability 14 0 22 MED C
232 ZHO02 Zhou et al. (2002) A water maser flare in W49N. The superposition of the spectra of two component masers H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 PMODLH C
233 SAR01 Sarma et al. (2001) Very Long Baseline Array Observations of the Zeeman Effect in H2O Masers in W3 IRS 5 H2O YSO SF.general 1 0 22 VLBA C
234 TAK01 Takaba et al. (2001) Kashima 34-m Water Maser Survey of Late-Type Stars H2O star star.general 178 465 22 KAS C
235 TAK01B Takaba et al. (2001B) Water Vapor Maser Survey by Using the Kashima 34m Radio Telescope H2O IRAS SF.general 253 545 22 KAS C
236 VAL01 Valdettaro et al. (2001) The Arcetri Catalog of H2O maser sources: Update 2000 H2O Low_mass_SFR, High_mass_SFR, IRAS, star SF.general 415 587 22 MED C
237 COD00 Codella & Moscadelli (2000) On the occurrence of the 6.7 GHz CH3OH maser emission in UCH bt II regions H2O,CH3OH_II UCHII SF.general 2 0 22 MED C
238 HOR00 Horiuchi & Kameya (2000) Highly Polarized Burst of a Water Maser in Orion-KL H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 1 0 22 MIZ C
239 IMA00 Imai et al. (2000) Kinematics and Distance of Water Masers in W3 IRS 5 H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 VLBA C
240 MOS00 Moscadelli et al. (2000) Tracing the root of the bipolar jet in IRAS 20126+4104: VLBA observations of H2O masers H2O High_mass_SFR, YSO SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
241 NAK00 Nakashima & Deguchi (2000) Detections of SiO and H_2O Masers in the Bipolar Nebula IRAS 19312+1950 H2O,SiO YSO, star SF.general 1 0 22 C
242 PAT00 Patel et al. (2000) Proper Motion of Water Masers Associated with IRAS 21391+5802: Bipolar Outflow and an AU-Scale Dusty Circumstellar Shell H2O Low_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
243 TOL00 Tolmachev (2000) A Flare of the H_2O Maser in the Source Orion KL H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 RT22_PRAO C
244 XU00 Xu et al. (2000) Rapid time variations of water maser emission in W3(OH) and NGC 6334C H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 2 0 22 PMODLH C
245 FOR99 Forster & Caswell (1999) OH and H_2O masers in 74 star-forming regions. The FC89 database H2O,OH Catalog SF.general 67 8 22 NRAOVLA C
246 FUR99 Furuya et al. (1999) VLA Observations of H2O Masers in the Class 0 Protostar S106 FIR: Evidence for a 10 AU Scale Accelerating Jetlike Flow H2O HII, YSO SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
247 HUN99 Hunter et al. (1999) Molecular Jets and H_2O Masers in the AFGL 5142 Hot Core H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
248 MIG99 Migenes et al. (1999) The VSOP Prelaunch H2O Maser Survey. I. VLBA Observations H2O High_mass_SFR, HII SF.general 45 0 22 VLBA C
249 OMO99 Omodaka et al. (1999) The Enormous Outburst of the 7.9 km s-1 Water-Maser Feature in Orion KL H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 NRO C
250 WU99 Wu et al. (1999) Observations and studies of celestial water masers. H2O High_mass_SFR SF.variability 21 0 22 Shang_25m C
251 WU99B Wu et al. (1999) Observation of water masers and a study of their time variation H2O Other SF.general C
252 BOB98 Boboltz et al. (1998) A Water Maser Flare in W49N: Amplification by a Rotating Foreground Cloud H2O High_mass_SFR variability.flare 1 0 22 VLBA C
253 GAU98 Gaume et al. (1998) Water Masers in Orion H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 2 0 22 NRAOVLA C
254 HAN98 Han et al. (1998) New detections of H_2O maser sources on the 13.7 M radio telescope of Purple Mountain Observatory H2O mixed SF.general 96 0 22 PMODLH C
255 LEP98 Leppanen et al. (1998) Submilliarcsecond Linear Polarization Observations of Water Masers in W51 M H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 1 0 22 VLBA C
256 TOR98 Torrelles et al. (1998) Radio Continuum-H2O Maser Systems in NGC 2071: H2O Masers Tracing a Jet (IRS 1) and a Rotating Proto-planetary Disk of Radius 20 AU (IRS 3) H2O YSO SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
257 TOR98B Torrelles et al. (1998B) Systems with H2O Maser and 1.3 Centimeter Continuum Emission in Cepheus A H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
258 PAL97 Palla et al. (1997) Search for H_2_O maser emission from high-latitude IRAS sources. H2O IRAS SF.general 0 91 22 EFF C
259 TAN97 Tang et al. (1997) The relation between water maser and CO outflow in strong far infrared sources H2O IRAS SF.general 11 0 22 PMODLH C
260 BEN96 Benson & Little-Marenin (1996) Water Masers Associated with Circumstellar Shells H2O LPV star.general 33 242 22 HAYS C
261 CLA96 Claussen et al. (1996) A Monthly Survey of Water Masers Associated with Low-Mass Stars H2O Low_mass_SFR, YSO variability 32 15 22 HAYS C
262 COD96 Codella et al. (1996) The occurrence of H2O masers in the early stages of star formation. H2O CO_clumps, IRAS SF.general 20 32 22 MED C
263 HOF96 Hofner & Churchwell (1996) A survey of water maser emission toward ultracompact HII regions. H2O UCHII SF.general 21 0 22 NRAOVLA C
264 YAT96 Yates & Cohen (1996) Submillimetre water masers in circumstellar envelopes - II. Variability H2O star SF.general 9 6 22 JCMT, MERLIN, MkII C
265 COD95 Codella & Palla (1995) The nature of massive protostellar candidates. I. A search for water masers towards color-selected IRAS sources. H2O IRAS SF.general 2 154 22 MED C
266 COD95B Codella et al. (1995b) IRAS-selected Galactic star-forming regions - II. Water maser detections in the extended sample H2O IRAS SF.general 17 567 22 MED C
267 DEG95 Deguchi et al. (1995) Search For Linear Polarization of Extreme High-Velocity Water Masers in NGC 4258 H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 1 0 22 HAYS C
268 TOF95 Tofani et al. (1995) Exploring the engines of molecular outflows. Radio continuum and H_2_O maser observations. H2O IRAS, Outflows SF.general 22 0 22 NRAOVLA C
269 TOF95S Tofani et al. (1995) single-dish Exploring the engines of molecular outflows. Radio continuum and H_2_O maser observations. H2O IRAS, Outflows SF.general 20 0 22 MED C
270 YAT95 Yates et al. (1995) Submillimetre water masers in circumstellar envelopes H2O star, LVP, pAGB_PN other_transition 18 8 22 JCMT, MERLIN, MKII C
271 ABR94 Abraham & Vilas Boas (1994) The polarized water maser in Orion: A proto-planetary ring? H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 1 0 22 ITA C
272 CLA94 Claussen et al. (1994) The W3 IRS 5 Cluster: Radio Continuum and Water Maser Observations H2O HII, Continuum SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
273 COD94 Codella et al. (1994) The occurrence of H_2_O masers in HII regions. H2O HII, star SF.general 68 348 22 MED C
274 GOM94 Gómez et al. (1994) Anomalous water masers in OH/IR stars. H2O star star.general 3 1 22 C
275 HUN94 Hunter et al. (1994) Water masers embedded in ultracompact HII regions : the W 75N cloud core. H2O UCHII SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
276 LIS94 Lis et al. (1994) Star Formation in the Galactic Center Dust Ridge H2O YSO SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
277 MAT94 Matveenko (1994) Polarization of H2O supermaser emission in Orion KL H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 1 0 22 MKII C
278 PAL94 Palumbo et al. (1994) IRAS-selected galactic star-forming regions - I. New 6_16 -- 5_23 water maser detections in molecular cores north of dec. +15. H2O IRAS SF.general 11 184 22 MED C
279 PER94 Persi et al. (1994) H_2_O masers from low and intermediate luminosity young stellar objects: H_2_O masers and YSOs. H2O IRAS, YSO SF.general 9 63 22 MED C
280 TAK94 Takaba et al. (1994) Spectral evolution of the H2O maser in late-type stars H2O star star.general 85 89 22 C
281 MEL93 Melnick et al. (1993) Discovery of Interstellar Water Lines at 437, 439, and 471 GHz: Strong Case for Water Maser Formation behind C-Type Shocks H2O First_detection SF.general 7 3 22 JCMT C
282 NAKA93 Nakada et al. (1993) Detection of SiO and H2O masers in Galactic bulge sources H2O star star.general 6 0 22 NRO C
283 PAL93 Palla et al. (1993) H2O masers associated with dense molecular clouds and ultracompact HII regions. II. The extended sample. H2O IRAS, UCHII SF.general 21 45 22 MED C
284 PAL93B Palagi et al. (1993) Classification and statistical properties of galactic H2O masers. H2O Catalog, IRAS SF.catalog 194 298 22 MED C
285 PAL93C Palla & Prusti (1993) Water masers associated with Herbig Ae/Be stars. H2O YSO SF.general 3 53 22 MED C
286 TAY93 Taylor et al. (1993) Water Masers in the Direction of the Galactic Center. I. Results From Initial Observations H2O Galaxy_center, Blind SF.general 29 0 22 NRAOVLA C
287 WOU93 Wouterloot et al. (1993) IRAS sources beyond the solar circle. III - Observations of H2O, OH, CH3OH and CO H2O,OH IRAS SF.general 148 1066 22 EFF, MED C
288 FEL92 Felli et al. (1992) Molecular outflows and H2 O masers : what type of connection ? H2O Outflows SF.general 41 100 22 MED C
289 MAN92 Mangum et al. (1992) Synthesis Imaging of the DR 21 (OH) Cluster. II. Thermal Ammonia and Water Maser Emission H2O HII SF.general 1 0 22 NRAOVLA C
290 PAL91 Palla et al. (1991) Water masers associated with dense molecular clouds and ultracompact HII regions. H2O IRAS, UCHII SF.general 44 204 22 MED C
291 SCA91 Scappini et al. (1991) A new water maser source in LBN 594. H2O Bok SF.general 3 91 22 MED C
292 SES91 Sestokas Filho & Scalise (1991) Long term variability of southern hemisphere water masers. H2O High_mass_SFR variability 3 0 22 ITA C
293 CER90 Cernicharo et al. (1990) Detection of 183 GHz water vapour maser emission from interstellar andcircumstellar sources. H2O Low_mass_SFR, star other_transition 9 0 22 IRAM C
294 CER90 Cernicharo et al. (1990) Detection of 183 GHz water vapour maser emission from interstellar andcircumstellar sources. H2O Low_mass_SFR, star other_transition 9 0 22 IRAM C
295 CES90 Cesaroni (1990) Water maser variability and disk structure in S 255. H2O High_mass_SFR variability 5 0 22 MED C
296 FOR90 Forster (1990) Two wide-velocity H2O masers. H2O High_mass_SFR SF.general 2 0 22 NRAOVLA C
297 GOM90 Gomez et al. (1990) H2O and SiO maser emission in OH/IR stars. H2O IRAS star.general 4 56 22 HAYS C
298 GYU90 Gyulbudaghian et al. (1990) New H2O masers in color-selected IRAS point sources. H2O IRAS SF.general 9 12 22 HAYS C
299 MEN90 Menten et al. (1990) Submillimeter Water Masers H2O First_detection SF.general C
300 MEN90B Menten et al. (1990) Submillimeter Water Masers H2O star other_transition 5 0 22 JCMT C
301 BAR89 Barvainis & Deguchi (1989) Single-Dish and Interferometer Measurements of Water-Maser Polarization H2O High_mass_SFR polarization 73 0 22 HAYS C
302 DEG89 Deguchi et al. (1989) Water maser emission from southern IRAS sources H2O IRAS star.general 27 85 22 PRS C
303 FOR89 Forster & Caswell (1989) The spatial relationship of OH and H2O masers. H2O,OH H2O, OH SF.general 67 6 22 NRAOVLA C
304 MEN89B Menten & Melnick (1989) Hot Water around Late-Type Stars: Detection of Two Millimeter-Wave Emission Lines from the nu 2 Vibrationally Excited State H2O star, pAGB_PN other_transition 2 1 22 EFF, IRAM C
305 CES88 Cesaroni et al. (1988) A catalogue of H2O maser sources north of delta = -30. H2O H2O SF.general 440 4 22 C
306 ZUC87 Zuckerman & Lo (1987) H2O maser emission from stars in the IRAS point-source catalog H2O IRAS, pAGB_PN star.general 10 51 22 OVRO C
307 LAD81 Lada et al. (1981) VLBI observations of the water vapor masers in Cepheus A, S 252 a, Gl2789, GL 2139, CO 59.79+0.04, W 33 b, and U Orionis. H2O High_mass_SFR, H2O SF.general 7 0 22 HAYS C
308 WAT80 Waters et al. (1980) Observations of interstellar H2O emission at 183 gigahertz H2O High_mass_SFR other_transition 6 14 22 Kuiper C
309 GEN79 Genzel & Downes (1979) H2O in the Galaxy. II. Duration of the maser phase and the galactic distribution of H2O sources. H2O H2O SF.general 22 0 22 EFF C

NH3 papers

ID Ref. Short title Title Data type Target type Det. Non-det. Freq. Instrument Citaion
1 WAL11 Walsh et al. (2011) The H2O Southern Galactic Plane Survey (HOPS) - I. Techniques and H2O maser data H2O,NH3 Blind C
2 HUN08 Hunter et al. (2008) Subarcsecond Submillimeter Imaging of the Ultracompact H II Region G5.89-0.39 NH3 High_mass_SFR C
3 ZHA99 Zhang et al. (1999) Shock-heated NH3 in a Molecular Jet Associated with a High-Mass Young Star NH3 High_mass_SFR C
4 KRA95 Kraemer & Jackson (1995) Shock-excited NH 3 (3,3) Masers in the NGC 6334 Star-forming Region NH3 High_mass_SFR C
5 ZHA95 Zhang & Ho (1995) Ammonia Maser in a Molecular Outflow toward W51 NH3 High_mass_SFR C
6 MAN94 Mangum & Wootten (1994) Discovery of 14NH 3(3, 3) Maser Emission in the Interstellar Medium NH3 High_mass_SFR C

H2CO papers

CH3OH (I class) papers (Blind surveys)

ID Ref. Short title Title Data type Target type Det. Non-det. Freq. Instrument Citaion
1 COT16 Cotton & Yusef-Zadeh (2016) A Large-scale Spectroscopic Survey of Methanol and OH Line Emission from the Galactic Center: Observations and Data OH,CH3OH_I Galaxy_center 579 0 36.2 NRAOVLA C
2 JOR15 Jordan et al. (2015) MALT-45: a 7 mm survey of the southern Galaxy - I. Techniques and spectral line data SiO,CH3OH_I Blind 72 0 44.1 ATCA C
3 LYO14 Lyo et al. (2014) Unbiased Water and Methanol Maser Surveys of NGC 1333 H2O,CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR, Blind 2 0 44.1, 95.2, 132.9 KVN C
4 YUS13 Yusef-Zadeh et al. (2013) Widespread Methanol Emission from the Galactic Center: The Role of Cosmic Rays CH3OH_I Galaxy_center, First_detection 280 0 36.2 NRAOVLA C

CH3OH (I class) papers (Single-dish targeted surveys)

1 YAN20 Yang et al. (2020) 44 GHz Methanol Masers: Observations toward 95 GHz Methanol Masers CH3OH_I Known_Class_I, Bolocam 130 37 44.1, 95.2 KVN C
2 BRE19 Breen et al. (2019) 84-GHz methanol masers, their relationship to 36-GHz methanol masers and their molecular environments CH3OH_I Class_I(36, 44) 89 2 36.2, 84.5 MOP C
3 KIM19 Kim et al. (2019) Simultaneous 22 GHz Water and 44 GHz Methanol Masers Survey of Ultracompact HII Regions H2O,CH3OH_I UCHII 55 67 44.1 KVN C
4 KIM18 Kim et al. (2018) Simultaneous Survey of Water and Class I Methanol Masers toward Red MSX Sources H2O,CH3OH_I MSX 82 230 44.1, 95.2 KVN C
5 LI17 Li et al. (2017) A 95 GHz methanol emission survey toward eight small supernova remnants CH3OH_I SNR 8 0 95.2 PMODLH C
6 MCC17 McCarthy et al. (2017) Detection of 36 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Emission toward NGC 4945 CH3OH_I Extragalactic 1 0 36.2 ATCA C
7 TOW17 Towner et al. (2017) VLA Survey of Dense Gas in Extended Green Objects: Prevalence of 25 GHz Methanol Masers CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR, EGO 11 19 25 NRAOVLA C
8 YAN17 Yang et al. (2017) A New 95 GHz Methanol Maser Catalog. I. Data CH3OH_I Bolocam 486 746 95.2 PMODLH C
9 CHE16 Chen et al. (2016) Class I methanol megamasers: a potential probe of starburst activity and feedback in active galaxies CH3OH_I Extragalactic 10 4 36.2 GBT C
10 KAN16 Kang et al. (2016) Linear Polarization of Class I Methanol Masers in Massive Star-forming Regions CH3OH_I Class_I(44) 35 0 44.1, 95.2 KVN C
11 LAD16 Ladeyschikov et al. (2016) Molecular emission in dense massive clumps from the star-forming regions S231-S235 CH3OH_I CO_clumps, IRAS 4 6 36.2 RT22_PRAO C
12 KIM15 Kim et al. (2015) Molecular Outflows from Newly Formed Massive Stars H2O,CH3OH_I YSO, Outflows 8 4 44.1 KVN C
13 NAK15 Nakashima et al. (2015) Methanol observation of IRAS 19312+1950: A possible new type of class I methanol maser CH3OH_I Other 1 1 23.4, 36.2, 44.1, 95.2, 108.9 NRO C
14 GOM14 Gomez et al. (2014) A sensitive search for methanol line emission toward evolved stars CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II pAGB_PN 0 73 24.9 GBT C
15 WAN14 Wang et al. (2014) SiO and CH3OH mega-masers in NGC 1068 CH3OH_I Extragalactic 1 0 84.5 IRAM C
16 GAN13 Gan et al. (2013) A Search for 95 GHz Class I Methanol Masers in Molecular Outflows CH3OH_I Outflows 55 221 95.2 PMODLH C
17 KAN13 Kang et al. (2013) Water and Methanol Maser Survey of Protostars in the Orion Molecular Cloud Complex H2O,CH3OH_I YSO 4 53 44.1, 95.2, 132.9 KVN C
18 CHE12 Chen et al. (2012) A 95 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Survey toward a Sample of GLIMPSE Point Sources Associated with BGPS Clumps CH3OH_I GLIMPSE, Bolocam 63 150 95.2 PMODLH C
19 CHO12 Choi et al. (2012) Water and Methanol Maser Activities in the NGC 2024 FIR 6 Region H2O,CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 1 23.1, 44.1, 86.6, 86.9, 94.5, 95.2, 132.6, 132.9 KVN C
20 DEG12B Deguchi et al. (2012b) Maser Emission toward the Infrared Dark Cloud G359.94+0.17 Seen in Silhouette against the Galactic Center H2O,SiO,CH3OH_I IRDC 1 0 44.1 NRO C
21 LIM12 Lim et al. (2012) Candidates for the Young Stellar Outflows: Water and Methanol Masers from Young Stellar Objects H2O,CH3OH_I YSO, Outflows 13 276 44.1 KVN C
22 BAE11 Bae et al. (2011) A Multi-epoch, Simultaneous Water and Methanol Maser Survey toward Intermediate-mass Young Stellar Objects H2O,CH3OH_I Low_mass_SFR, YSO 10 166 44.1 KVN C
23 CHE11 Chen et al. (2011) A 95 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Survey Toward Glimpse Extended Green Objects (EGOs) CH3OH_I EGO, GLIMPSE, YSO, Outflows 102 87 95.2 MOP C
24 LIT11 Litovchenko et al. (2011) Search for class I methanol maser emission toward several supernova remnants CH3OH_I SNR 1 0 44.1 ONSALA C
25 LIT11B Litovchenko et al. (2011b) Search for class I methanol maser emission in various types of objects in the interstellar medium CH3OH_I IRAS, UCHII, YSO, Outflows, HII* 9 54 44.1 ONSALA C
26 VOR11 Voronkov et al. (2011) Discovery of the new class I methanol maser transition at 23.4 GHz CH3OH_I First_detection 1 0 9.9, 23.4, 24.9, 25, 25.1, 25.3 ATCA C
27 FON10 Fontani et al. (2010) Class I and Class II methanol masers in high-mass star-forming regions CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR, IRAS 27 0 44.1, 95.2 NRO C
28 KAL10 Kalenskii et al. (2010) Search for Class I methanol masers in low-mass star formation regions CH3OH_I Low_mass_SFR, Outflows 6 66 36.2, 44.1 ONSALA C
29 POL10 Polushkin & Valtts (2010) Class I Methanol Emission Around DR 21 (OH) CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 2 0 36.2, 44.1 ONSALA C
30 ZUB08 Zubrin & Shulga (2008) The 95 GHz Methanol Maser towards the Supernova Remnant Kes 79 CH3OH_I SNR 1 0 95.2 RT22_CrAO C
31 ZUB07 Zubrin et al. (2007) Methanol Masers Observations in the 3-mm Bandwidth at the Radio Telescope RT-22 CrAO CH3OH_I Other 2 0 95.2 RT22_CrAO C
32 KAL06 Kalenskii et al. (2006) The detection of class I methanol masers towards regions of low-mass star formation CH3OH_I Low_mass_SFR 4 0 44.1, 84.5, 95.2 ONSALA C
33 ELL05 Ellingsen (2005) The relationship between class I and class II methanol masers CH3OH_I Class_II(6) 24 31 95.2 MOP C
34 WIE04 Wiesemeyer et al. (2004) The polarization of mm methanol masers CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II Class_I(84, 95, 133), Class_II(107, 157) 10 0 84.5, 95.2, 132.9 IRAM C
35 SLY02 Slysh et al. (2002) Methanol Radio Emission at Millimeter Wavelengths: New Masers at 1.3 and 2.8 Millimeters CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 5 5 108.9, 165.1, 229.8, 230 IRAM C
36 KAL01 Kalenskii et al. (2001) The Detection of New Methanol Masers in the 5-1-40E Line CH3OH_I Class_I 38 3 84.5, 95.2 ONSALA C
37 VAL00 Valtts et al. (2000) Detection of new sources of methanol emission at 95GHz with the Mopra telescope CH3OH_I Class_I(36, 44), Class_II 84 68 95.2 MOP C
38 ROL99 Rollig et al. (1999) A search for methanol masers at 9.978 GHz and 10.058 GHz CH3OH_I Class_II(6) 0 88 10, 10.1 GBT C
39 VAL98 Valtts (1998) The unusual methanol maser 345.01+1.79 CH3OH_I Other 1 0 6.7, 12.2, 44.1, 95.2, 107, 108.9, 132.9, 156.6, 157.2, 229.8 MOP C
40 SLY97 Slysh et al. (1997) Detection of a New Methanol Maser Line with the Kitt Peak 12 Meter Telescope by Remote Observing from Moscow CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 5 0 132.9 C
41 KAL96 Kalenskii et al. (1996) The Observations of Methanol at 36 GHz in Pushchino CH3OH_I UCHII 17 0 36.2 RT22_PRAO C
42 LIE96 Liechti & Wilson (1996) Maps of the 36GHz methanol emission. CH3OH_I Class_I(25, 44, 84, 95) 51 7 36.2 EFF C
43 VAL95 Valtts et al. (1995) A 95 GHz survey of methanol masers. CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 26 0 95.2 ONSALA C
44 KAL94 Kalenskii et al. (1994) Detection of 13 new 4_1-3 0E- methanol sources at 36 GHz. CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 15 0 36.2 C
45 KAL94B Kalenskii et al. (1994B) Observations of methanol masers at 95 GHz CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 8 0 95.2 C
46 SLY94 Slysh et al. (1994) The Parkes Survey of Methanol Masers at 44.07-GHz CH3OH_I Class_II(6) 58 0 44.1 C
47 KAL93 Kalenskij et al. (1993) A study of methanol masers at 36 and 44 GHz and 48 GHz thermal emission around them CH3OH_I IRAS 3 1 36.2, 44.1 C
48 SLY93 Slysh et al. (1993) The detection of a new methanol maser transition at 9.9 GHz CH3OH_I First_detection 3 10 9.9, 10, 10.1 GBT C
49 BER92 Berulis et al. (1992) Observations of the methanol 4-1-30 E line in molecular clouds CH3OH_I Class_I 8 0 36.2 C
50 KAL92 Kalenskij et al. (1992) A search for methanol masers at 44 GHz CH3OH_I YSO, IRAS 3 0 36.2, 44.1 C
51 BAC90 Bachiller et al. (1990) The 44 GHz methanol masers - Results of an extensive survey in the 7(0)-6(1)A(+) line CH3OH_I H2O 15 0 44.1 C
52 FOR90 Forster (1990) Two wide-velocity H2O masers. H2O High_mass_SFR 10 0 44.1 C
53 HAS90 Haschick et al. (1990) Detection of widespread strong methanol masers at 44 GHz CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 19 1 44.1 C
54 PLA90 Plambeck & Menten (1990) 95 GHz methanol masers near DR 21 and DR 21(OH) CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 95.2 C
55 HAS89 Haschick & Baan (1989) The detection of the 4(-1)-3(0) E transition of methanol at 36.2 GHz toward hot H II regions CH3OH_I HII 19 0 36.2 C
56 MEN86 Menten et al. (1986) The centimeter transitions of E-type methanol CH3OH_I First_detection 4 0 25 C
57 MEN86B Menten et al. (1986b) Torsionally excited methanol in hot molecular cloud cores CH3OH_I First_detection 4 0 23.4 C
58 NAK86 Nakano & Yoshida (1986) Molecular line observations of the S235B region CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 95.2 C
59 MOR85 Morimoto et al. (1985) New maser lines of methanol CH3OH_I First_detection, HII 4 0 36.2 C
60 TUR72 Turner et al. (1972) Detection of the 4_{1}-3_{0} (E_{2}) Line of Interstellar Methyl Alcohol CH3OH_I First_detection 2 0 36.2 C
61 BAR71 Barrett et al. (1971) Detection of Methyl Alcohol in Orion at a Wavelength of ~1 Centimeter CH3OH_I First_detection 1 18 24.9, 25, 25.1, 25.3 HAYS C

CH3OH (I class) papers (interferometry)

1 CHE19 Chen et al. (2019) Discovery of a New Class I Methanol Maser Transition at 266.8 GHz CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 218.4, 229.8, 266.8 SMA C
2 CHE18 Chen et al. (2018) Direct Evidence for Maser Emission from the 36.2 GHz Class I Transition of Methanol in NGC253 CH3OH_I Extragalactic 1 0 36.2 NRAOVLA C
3 ELL18 Ellingsen et al. (2018) The first high-resolution observations of 37.7-, 38.3-, and 38.5-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 11 0 36.2 ATCA C
4 MCC18 McCarthy et el. (2018) Investigations of the Class I methanol masers in NGC 4945 CH3OH_I Extragalactic 1 0 36.2 NRAOVLA C
5 MCC18B McCarthy et el. (2018b) Detection of 84 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Emission toward NGC 253 CH3OH_I Extragalactic 2 0 36.2, 84.5 ATCA C
6 MCC18C McCarthy et el. (2018c) The relationship between Class I and Class II methanol masers at high angular resolution CH3OH_I Class_I(95), Class_II(6) 28 0 95.2 ATCA C
7 ELL17 Ellingsen et al. (2017) Class I methanol masers in NGC 253: Alcohol at the end of the bar CH3OH_I Extragalactic 1 0 36.2 ATCA C
8 GOR17 Gorski et al. (2017) Survey of Water and Ammonia in Nearby Galaxies (SWAN): Resolved Ammonia Thermometry, and Water and Methanol Masers in the Nuclear Starburst of NGC 253 CH3OH_I Extragalactic 1 0 36.2 NRAOVLA C
9 JOR17 Jordan et al. (2017) MALT-45: A 7 mm survey of the southern Galaxy - II. ATCA follow-up observations of 44 GHz class I methanol masers SiO,CH3OH_I Class_I(44) 65 9 44.1 ATCA C
10 MOM17 Momjian & Sarma (2017) The Zeeman Effect in the 44 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Line toward DR21(OH) CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 44.1 NRAOVLA C
11 ROD17 Rodriguez-Garza et al. (2017) A Catalog of 44 GHz Methanol Masers in Massive Star-forming Regions. IV. The High-mass Protostellar Object Sample CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR, HII 24 30 44.1 NRAOVLA C
12 TOW17 Towner et al. (2017) VLA Survey of Dense Gas in Extended Green Objects: Prevalence of 25 GHz Methanol Masers CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR, EGO 11 19 25 NRAOVLA C
13 GOM16 Gomez-Ruiz et al. (2016) A Catalog of Methanol Masers in Massive Star-forming Regions. III. The Molecular Outflow Sample CH3OH_I UCHII, YSO 29 40 44.1 NRAOVLA C
14 MCE16B McEwen et al. (2016b) NH3(3,3) and CH3OH near Supernova Remnants: GBT and VLA Observations CH3OH_I SNR 4 1 36.2, 44.1 GBT C
15 CHE15 Chen et al. (2015) Detection of a Methanol Megamaser in a Major-Merger Galaxy CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II Extragalactic 1 0 36.2 ATCA C
16 ELL14 Ellingsen et al. (2014) Detection of 36 GHz Class I Methanol Maser Emission toward NGC 253 CH3OH_I Extragalactic 1 0 36.2 ATCA C
17 HUN14 Hunter et al. (2014) Subarcsecond Imaging of the NGC 6334 I(N) Protocluster: Two Dozen Compact Sources and a Massive Disk Candidate CH3OH_I YSO, First_detection 1 0 218.4, 229.8 SMA C
18 MAT14 Matsumoto et al. (2014) The First Very Long Baseline Interferometry Image of a 44 GHz Methanol Maser with the KVN and VERA Array (KaVA) CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 44.1 KaVA C
19 PIH14 Pihlstrom et al. (2014) Detection of Class I Methanol (CH3OH) Maser Candidates in Supernova Remnants CH3OH_I SNR 3 18 36.2, 44.1 NRAOVLA C
20 VOR14 Voronkov et al. (2014) Southern class I methanol masers at 36 and 44 GHz CH3OH_I Class_I(36, 44, 95) 68 0 36.2, 44.1 ATCA C
21 YAN14 Yanagida et al. (2014) ALMA Observations of the IRDC Clump G34.43+00.24 MM3: 278 GHz Class I Methanol Masers CH3OH_I IRDC, First_detection 1 0 278.3 ALMA C
22 KAL13 Kalenskii et al. (2013) Class I methanol masers in low-mass star-forming regions CH3OH_I Low_mass_SFR 4 0 44.1 NRAOVLA C
23 CHA11 Chambers et al. (2011) Methanol Maser Emission from Galactic Center Sources with Excess 4.5 mum Emission CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II YSO 6 23 44.1 NRAOVLA C
24 FIS11 Fish et al. (2011) First Interferometric Images of the 36 GHz Methanol Masers in the DR21 Complex CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 2 0 36.2 NRAOVLA C
25 PIH11 Pihlstrom et al. (2011) Expanded Very Large Array Detection of 44.1 GHz Class I Methanol Masers in Sagittarius A CH3OH_I Galaxy_center 1 0 44.1 NRAOVLA C
26 SJO11 Sjouwerman et al. (2011) Expanded VLA Detection of 36.2 GHz Class I Methanol Masers in Sagittarius A CH3OH_I Galaxy_center 1 0 36.2 NRAOVLA C
27 GOM10 Gomez et al. (2010) A Catalog of CH3OH 70-61 A + Maser Sources in Massive Star-forming Regions. II. Masers in NGC 6334F, G8.67-0.36, and M17 CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 3 0 44.1 NRAOVLA C
28 KAL10B Kalenskii et al. (2010B) VLA observations of class I methanol masers in the region of low-mass star formation L1157 CH3OH_I Low_mass_SFR 1 0 44.1 NRAOVLA C
29 VOR10 Voronkov et al. (2010) High-velocity feature of the class I methanol maser in G309.38-0.13 CH3OH_I Other 1 0 36.2, 44.1 ATCA C
30 VOR10B Voronkov et al. (2010b) New 9.9-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 4 44 9.9 ATCA C
31 ARA09 Araya et al. (2009) Radio Continuum and Methanol Observations of DR21(OH) CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 44.1 NRAOVLA C
32 CYG09 Cyganowski et al. (2009) A Class I and Class II CH3OH Maser Survey of EGOs from the GLIMPSE Survey CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II EGO, GLIMPSE, YSO 17 1 44.1 NRAOVLA C
33 SLY09 Slysh & Kalenskii (2009) Structure of the class I methanol masers OMC-2 and NGC 2264 CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 2 44.1, 95.2 NRAOVLA C
34 ARA08 Araya et al. (2008) Thermal Methanol Observations of the Outflow from the G31.41+0.31 Hot Molecular Core CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR, Outflows 1 0 44.1 NRAOVLA C
35 VOR06 Voronkov et al. (2006) Class I methanol masers in the outflow of IRAS16547-4247 CH3OH_I YSO 1 1 9.9, 24.9, 25, 25.1, 25.3, 25.5, 84.5, 95.2, 104.3 ATCA C
36 BEU05 Beuther et al. (2005) High Spatial Resolution Observations of NH3 and CH3OH toward the Massive Twin Cores NGC 6334I and NGC 6334I(N) CH3OH_I UCHII 1 1 24.9 ATCA C
37 VOR05 Voronkov et al. (2005) The 6.7- and 25-GHz methanol masers in OMC-1 CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 1 0 25 ATCA C
38 KUR04 Kurtz et al. (2004) A Catalog of CH3OH 70-61 A+ Maser Sources in Massive Star-forming Regions CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 35 10 44.1 NRAOVLA C
39 KOG98 Kogan & Slysh (1998) VLA Imaging of Class I Methanol Masers at 7 Millimeters with Angular Resolution approximately 0.2 Arcseconds CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 7 0 44.1 NRAOVLA C
40 LIE97 Liechti & Walmsley (1997) Thermal methanol emission in the DR21 complex. Interferometric maps: a comparison with maser emission. CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 IRAM_inter C
41 MEH97 Mehringer & Menten (1997) 44 GHz Methanol Masers and Quasi-Thermal Emission in Sagittarius B2 CH3OH_I Galaxy_center 1 0 44.1 NRAOVLA C
42 JOH92 Johnston et al. (1992) The distribution of the 6(2)-6(1) and 5(2)-5(1) E-type methanol masers in OMC-1 CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 25 NRAOVLA C
43 BAT88 Batrla & Menten (1988) Detection of a strong new maser line of methanol toward DR 21(OH) CH3OH_I First_detection 1 0 84.5 C
44 MAT80 Matsakis et al. (1980) An interferometric and multitransitional study of the Orion methanol masers CH3OH_I High_mass_SFR 1 0 25, 25.1 HCRO C

CH3OH (II class) papers

ID Ref. Short title Title Data type Target type Det. Non-det. Freq. Instrument Citation
1 SAL22 Salii et al. (2022) The methanol emission in the J1-J0 A-+ line series as a tracer of specific physical conditions in high-mass star-forming regions CH3OH_II 15 0 C
2 RIC19 Rickert et al. (2019) A 6.7 GHz methanol maser survey of the central molecular zone CH3OH_II Galaxy_center 30 0 6.7 NRAOVLA C
3 SUR19 Surcis et al. (2019) EVN observations of 6.7 GHz methanol maser polarization in massive star-forming regions. IV. Magnetic field strength limits and structure for seven additional sources CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR, YSO 7 0 6.7 EVN C
4 YAN19 Yang et al. (2019) A 6.7 GHz Methanol Maser Survey. II. Low Galactic Latitudes CH3OH_II WISE 287 1583 6.7 TMRT C
5 ZHA19 Zhang et al. (2019) Parallaxes for Star-forming Regions in the Inner Perseus Spiral Arm H2O,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 7 0 6.7 VLBA C
6 ELL18 Ellingsen et al. (2018) The first high-resolution observations of 37.7-, 38.3-, and 38.5-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 10 0 37.7, 38.3, 38.5 ATCA C
7 HUN18 Hunter et al. (2018) The Extraordinary Outburst in the Massive Protostellar System NGC 6334I-MM1: Emergence of Strong 6.7 GHz Methanol Masers OH,CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 1 0 6.7 NRAOVLA C
8 MAC18 MacLeod et al. (2018) A masing event in NGC 6334I: contemporaneous flaring of hydroxyl, methanol, and water masers H2O,OH,CH3OH_II Known_Class_II, Flare 1 0 6.7 HartRAO C
9 SUN18 Sun et al. (2018) Discovery of H2O, CH3OH, and OH Masers in the Extreme Outer Galaxy H2O,OH,CH3OH_II CO_clumps 2 227 6.7 EFF, TMRT C
10 MOS17 Moscadelli et al. (2017) Extended CH3OH maser flare excited by a bursting massive YSO CH3OH_II Known_Class_II, Flare 1 0 6.7 EVN C
11 SAN17 Sanna et al. (2017) Planar infall of CH3OH gas around Cepheus A HW2 CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 1 0 6.7 EVN C
12 YAN17B Yang et al. (2017B) A 6.7 GHz Methanol Maser Survey at High Galactic Latitudes CH3OH_II WISE, YSO 12 1458 6.7 TMRT C
13 ZIN17 Zinchenko et al. (2017) Detection of a new methanol maser line with ALMA CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 1 0 349.1 ALMA C
14 BAR16 Bartkiewicz et al. (2016) European VLBI Network imaging of 6.7 GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 15 2 6.7 EVN C
15 BRE16 Breen et al. (2016) 12.2-GHz methanol maser MMB follow-up catalogue - IV. Longitude range 20°-60° CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 108 3 12.2 PRS C
16 HU16 Hu et al. (2016) On the Relationship of UC HII Regions and Class II Methanol Masers. I. Source Catalogs CH3OH_II Known_Class_II, UCHII 329 33 6.7 NRAOVLA C
17 SZY16 Szymczak et al. (2016) Discovery of periodic and alternating flares of the methanol and water masers in G107.298+5.639 H2O,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 1 0 6.7 Torun_32m C
18 VAN16 van der Walt et al. (2016) Periodic methanol masers in G9.62+0.20E CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 1 0 12.2 C
19 BRE15 Breen et al. (2015) The 6-GHz methanol multibeam maser catalogue - V. Galactic longitudes 20°-60° CH3OH_II Blind 237 7 6.7 ATCA/MER, PRS C
20 CHE15 Chen et al. (2015) Detection of a Methanol Megamaser in a Major-Merger Galaxy CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II Extragalactic 1 0 37.7 ATCA C
21 KRI15 Krishnan et al. (2015) First Parallax Measurements Towards a 6.7 GHz Methanol Maser with the Australian Long Baseline Array - Distance to G 339.884-1.259. CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 1 0 6.7 EVN C
22 BRE14 Breen et al. (2014) 12.2-GHz methanol maser MMB follow-up catalogue - III. Longitude range 10° to 20° CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 45 5 12.2 PRS C
23 FUJ14C Fujisawa et al. (2014) Observations of 6.7 GHz methanol masers with East-Asian VLBI Network. I. VLBI images of the first epoch of observations CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 36 0 6.7 C
24 OLM14 Olmi et al. (2014) Discovery of weak 6.7 GHz CH3OH masers in a sample of high-mass Hi-GAL sources CH3OH_II Herschel 35 69 6.7 Arecibo C
25 SUN14 Sun et al. (2014) 6.7 GHz methanol maser survey toward GLIMPSE point sources and BGPS 1.1 mm dust clumps CH3OH_II GLIMPSE, Bolocam 30 0 6.7 EFF C
26 BRE13 Breen et al. (2013) Discovery of four water masers in the Small Magellanic Cloud H2O,OH,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR, Extragalactic 0 4 6.7 ATCA, PRS C
27 ELL13 Ellingsen et al. (2013) Testing maser-based evolutionary schemes: a new search for 37.7-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 18 51 37.7, 38.3, 38.5 MOP C
28 KRI13 Krishnan et al. (2013) The first high-resolution observations of 19.9-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 9 0 6.7, 20, 23.1 ATCA C
29 BRE12 Breen et al. (2012) 12.2-GHz methanol maser Methanol Multibeam follow-up catalogue - II. Longitude range 186°-330° CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 76 19 12.2 PRS C
30 BRE12B Breen et al. (2012b) 12.2-GHz methanol maser MMB follow-up catalogue - I. Longitude range 330° to 10° CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 175 31 12.2 PRS C
31 SZY12 Szymczak et al. (2012) The Torun catalogue of 6.7 GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II IRAS, Blind* 279 0 6.7 C
32 CHA11 Chambers et al. (2011) Methanol Maser Emission from Galactic Center Sources with Excess 4.5 mum Emission CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II YSO 10 22 6.7 NRAOVLA C
33 ELL11B Ellingsen et al. (2011) 37 GHz Methanol Masers : Horsemen of the Apocalypse for the Class II Methanol Maser Phase? CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 13 57 37.7, 38.3, 38.5 C
34 GRE11 Green & McClure-Griffiths (2011) Distances to southern 6.7-GHz methanol masers through H I self-absorption CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 648 0 6.7 C
35 MAT11 Matsumoto et al. (2011) Astrometry of 6.7GHz Methanol Maser toward W 3(OH) with Japanese VLBI Network CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 1 0 6.7 JVN C
36 PAN11 Pandian et al. (2011) The Arecibo Methanol Maser Galactic Plane Survey. IV. Accurate Astrometry and Source Morphologies CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 70 0 6.7 EVLA, MERLIN C
37 VLE11 Vlemmings et al. (2011) Zeeman splitting of 6.7 GHz methanol masers. On the uncertainty of magnetic field strength determinations CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 58 5 6.7 EFF, PRS C
38 BRE10B Breen et al. (2010B) 12.2-GHz methanol masers towards 1.2-mm dust clumps: quantifying high-mass star formation evolutionary schemes CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 61 42 12.2 PRS C
39 CAS10-12 Caswell et al. (2010-2012) The 6-GHz methanol multibeam maser catalogue I-IV CH3OH_II Blind 624 9 6.7 ATCA, PRS C
40 FON10 Fontani et al. (2010) Class I and Class II methanol masers in high-mass star-forming regions CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR, IRAS 55 0 6.7 EFF C
41 SAN10 Sanna et al. (2010) VLBI study of maser kinematics in high-mass star-forming regions. I. G16.59-0.05 H2O,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 1 0 VLBA C
42 BAR09 Bartkiewicz et al. (2009) The diversity of methanol maser morphologies from VLBI observations CH3OH_II Known_Class_II, YSO 31 20 6.7 MERLIN C
43 CAS09 Caswell (2009) Precise Positions of Methanol Masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 302 0 6.7 ATCA C
44 CYG09 Cyganowski et al. (2009) A Class I and Class II CH3OH Maser Survey of EGOs from the GLIMPSE Survey CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II EGO, GLIMPSE,YSO 17 1 6.7 NRAOVLA C
45 XU09 Xu et al. (2009) Absolute positions of 6.7-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 33 0 6.7 ATCA, MERLIN, NRAOVLA C
46 PAN08 Pandian et al. (2008) Resolving distance ambiguities towards 6.7 GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 35 0 6.7 C
47 SUG08 Sugiyama et al. (2008) A Synchronized Variation of the 6.7GHz Methanol Maser in Cepheus A CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 1 0 6.7 YAM C
48 VLE08 Vlemmings (2008) A new probe of magnetic fields during high-mass star formation. Zeeman splitting of 6.7 GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 24 0 6.7 EFF C
49 XU08 Xu et al. (2008) A high-sensitivity 6.7 GHz methanol maser survey toward H2O sources CH3OH_II H2O 10 78 6.7 EFF C
50 ELL07 Ellingsen (2007) A GLIMPSE-based search for 6.7-GHz methanol masers and the lifetime of their spectral features CH3OH_II GLIMPSE 30 170 6.7 C
51 PAN07 Pandian et al. (2007) The Arecibo Methanol Maser Galactic Plane Survey. I. Data CH3OH_II Blind 75 0 6.7 Arecibo C
52 PES05 Pestalozzi et al. (2005) A general catalogue of 6.7-GHz methanol masers. I. Data. CH3OH_II Catalog 508 0 6.7 C
53 VOR05 Voronkov et al. (2005) The 6.7- and 25-GHz methanol masers in OMC-1 CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 1 0 6.7 ATCA C
54 BLA04 Blaszkiewicz & Kus (2004) 12.2 GHz survey towards 6.7 GHz methanol masers. A comparison of 12.2 GHz and 6.7 GHz spectra CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 19 0 12.2 Torun_32m C
55 CRA04 Cragg et al. (2004) Search for class II methanol masers at 23.1 GHz CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 1 46 23.1 PRS C
56 ELL04 Ellingsen et al. (2004) Discovery of new 19.9-GHz methanol masers in star-forming regions CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 7 15 20 TID C
57 GOE04 Goedhart et al. (2004) Long-term monitoring of 6.7-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 53 0 6.7 HartRAO C
58 WIE04 Wiesemeyer et al. (2004) The polarization of mm methanol masers CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II Class_I(84, 95,133),Class_II(107,157) 3 0 107, 157 IRAM C
59 MAL03 Malyshev & Sobolev (2003) Unified Catalogue of Class II Methanol Masers at 6 GHz CH3OH_II Catalog 321 0 6.7 C
60 MIN03 Minier et al. (2003) The protostellar mass limit for 6.7 GHz methanol masers. I. A low-mass YSO survey CH3OH_II Low_mass_SFR, YSO 1 32 6.7 ATCA C
61 BEU02 Beuther et al. (2002) CH3OH and H2O masers in high-mass star-forming regions H2O,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 21 8 6.7 ATCA C
62 SZY02 Szymczak et al. (2002) 6.7 GHz methanol masers at sites of star formation. A blind survey of the Galactic plane between 20 < l < 40 degr and b < 0.52 CH3OH_II Blind 97 0 6.7 Torun_32m C
63 CAS00 Caswell et al. (2000) Methanol masers at 107.0 and 156.6GHz CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 25 50 107, 156.6 SEST C
64 COD00 Codella & Moscadelli (2000) On the occurrence of the 6.7 GHz CH3OH maser emission in UCH bt II regions H2O,CH3OH_II UCHII 17 0 6.7 MED C
65 SZY00 Szymczak et al. (2000) A survey of the 6.7 GHz methanol maser emission from IRAS sources. I. Data CH3OH_II IRAS 178 1200 6.7 Torun_32m C
66 RAM99 Ramesh (1999) Detection of 6 new 107 GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II IRAS 6 0 107 MOP C
67 SLY99 Slysh et al. (1999) The Medicina survey of methanol masers at 6.7 GHz CH3OH_II IRAS 41 387 6.7 MED C
68 SLY99B Slysh et al. (1999b) Nonequilibrium Excitation of Methanol in Galactic Molecular Clouds: Multitransitional Observations at 2 Millimeters CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II 67 52 132.6, 132.9, 133.6, 156.5, 156.8, 157, 157.2, 157.3, 166.2 KP12m C
69 VAL99 Valtts et al. (1999) Detection of new sources of methanol emission at 107 and 108GHz with the Mopra telescope CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 24 76 107, 108.9 MOP C
70 MAC98 MacLeod et al. (1998) 6.7 GHz Methanol Masers Associated with IRAS-Selected Sources CH3OH_II IRAS 9 270 6.7, 12.2 HartRAO C
71 PHI98 Phillips et al. (1998) Methanol masers and their environment at high resolution CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 31 0 6.7 ATCA C
72 WAL98 Walsh et al. (1998) Studies of ultracompact HII regions - II. High-resolution radio continuum and methanol maser survey CH3OH_II IRAS 158 45 6.7 ATCA C
73 CAS97 Caswell (1997) Coincidence of maser emission from OH at 6.035 GHz and methanol at 6.668 GHz OH,CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 38 0 6.7 ATCA C
74 WAL97 Walsh et al. (1997) Studies of ultracompact HII regions - I. Methanol maser survey of IRAS-selected sources CH3OH_II IRAS, UCHII 199 333 6.7 PRS C
75 CAS96 Caswell (1996) A Galactic Centre survey for 6.6-GHz methanol masers. CH3OH_II Blind 17 0 6.7 ATCA C
76 CAS96B Caswell (1996B) A new survey for 6.6-GHz methanol masers CH3OH_II Blind 51 0 6.7 ATCA C
77 ELL96B Ellingsen et al. (1996) A survey of the Galactic plane for 6.7-GHz methanol masers - I. l=325-335 b=-0.53-0.53 CH3OH_II Blind 46 0 6.7 Hobart_26m C
78 VAN96 van der Walt et al. (1996) A search for 5_1-6_0 A^+-methanol masers towards faint IRAS sources CH3OH_II IRAS 5 235 6.7 HartRAO C
79 CAS95 Caswell et al. (1995) Galactic methanol masers at 12 GHz CH3OH_II Known_Class_II, OH 120 0 12.2 PRS C
80 CAS95B Caswell et al. (1995) Methanol and hydroxyl maser positions OH,CH3OH_II Known_Class_II, OH 28 0 6.7 ATCA C
81 CAS95C Caswell et al. (1995C) Galactic methanol masers at 6.6 GHz CH3OH_II OH 219 0 6.7, 12.2 PRS C
82 VAL95B Valtts et al. (1995b) The discovery of methanol masers at 107 GHz CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 15 26 107 ONSALA C
83 VAN95 van der Walt et al. (1995) New detections of 5_1_-6_0_A^+^-methanol masers towards IRAS sources. CH3OH_II UCHII 31 490 6.7 HartRAO C
84 GAY94 Gaylard et al. (1994) 12.2-GHz methanol and 1.6-GHz hydroxyl masers associated with new 6.7-GHz methanol masers. OH,CH3OH_II Known_Class_II 18 0 12.2 HartRAO C
85 CAS93 Caswell et al. (1993) Methanol masers at 12 GHz. CH3OH_II OH 56 0 12.2 PRS C
86 GAY93 Gaylard & MacLeod (1993) New detections of 6.6 GHz 5 1 -6 0 A+ methanol emission towards southern hydroxyl masers. CH3OH_II OH 19 0 6.7 HartRAO C
87 SCH93 Schutte et al. (1993) Detection of 35 new 5_1-6_0 A+ methanol masers towards IRAS sources CH3OH_II IRAS 35 235 6.7 HartRAO C
88 MAC92 MacLeod & Gaylard (1992) Detection of 5 1-6 0 A+ -methanol masers towards southern galactic OH masers. CH3OH_II OH 39 1 6.7 HartRAO C
89 MAC92B MacLeod et al. (1992b) Search and detection of 5 1-6 0A+ -methanol masers towards southern galactic star-forming regions. CH3OH_II Known_Class_II, High_mass_SFR 20 0 6.7 HartRAO C
90 MEN91B Menten (1991b) The discovery of a new, very strong, and widespread interstellar methanol maser line CH3OH_II 85 2 6.7 GBT C
91 MEN89 Menten & Batrla (1989) Observations of various methanol maser transitions toward the NGC 6334 region CH3OH_I,CH3OH_II High_mass_SFR 1 0 20, 23.1 GBT C

OH papers

ID Ref. Short title Title Data type Detections Non-detections ASCII Freq. Citaiton
1 BEU19 Beuther et al. (2019) OH maser emission in the THOR survey of the northern Milky Way OH 777 6 1612, 1665, 1667, 1720 C
2 ZHA19 Zhang et al. (2019) Parallaxes for Star-forming Regions in the Inner Perseus Spiral Arm H2O,CH3OH_II 9 0 6 C
3 SUN18 Sun et al. (2018) Discovery of H2O, CH3OH, and OH Masers in the Extreme Outer Galaxy H2O,OH,CH3OH_II 1 138 4765 C
4 GOL17 Goldman et al. (2017) The wind speeds, dust content, and mass-loss rates of evolved AGB and RSG stars at varying metallicity OH 14 18 C
5 QIA16 Qiao et al. (2016) Unusual Shock-excited OH Maser Emission in a Young Planetary Nebula OH 1 0 1612, 1667, 1720 C
6 GON14 Gonidakis et al. (2014) Polarization maser observations of late-type stars at OH 1665 and 1667 MHz OH 0 34 1665, 1667 C
7 GVA14 Gvaramadze et al. (2014) IRC -10414: a bow-shock-producing red supergiant star H2O 1 0 1612, 1665, 1667 C
8 VLE14 Vlemmings et al. (2014) From the ashes: JVLA observations of water fountain nebula candidates show the rebirth of IRAS 18455+0448 OH 1 1 1612, 1665, 1667 C
9 YUN14 Yung et al. (2014) Maser and Infrared Studies of Oxygen-rich Late/Post-asymptotic Giant Branch Stars and Water Fountains: Development of a New Identification Method OH 24 47 1612, 1665, 1667 C
10 BRE13 Breen et al. (2013) Discovery of four water masers in the Small Magellanic Cloud H2O,OH,CH3OH_II 0 4 1665, 1667, 6035 C
11 WOL12 Wolak et al. (2012) Polarization properties of OH masers in AGB and post-AGB stars OH 117 0 1612, 1665, 1667 C
12 RUD10 Rudnitski et al. (2010) Polarization observations of circumstellar OH masers OH 55 41 1612, 1665, 1667 C
13 DAV08 Davies et al. (2008) The Cool Supergiant Population of the Massive Young Star Cluster RSGC1 OH 1 2 1612 C
14 GOM08 Gomez et al. (2008) Radio Interferometric Observations of Candidate Water-Maser-Emitting Planetary Nebulae H2O 4 4 1612, 1665 C
15 LIB08 Libert et al. (2008) H I and CO in the circumstellar environment of the oxygen-rich AGB star RX Leporis OH 0 1 1612, 1665, 1667 C
16 ENG07 Engels & Jiménez-Esteban (2007) Lifetime of OH masers at the tip of the asymptotic giant branch OH 114 100 1612, 1665, 1667 C
17 SJO07 Sjouwerman et al. (2007) Excited-State OH Main-Line Masers in AU Geminorum and NML Cygni OH 1 0 1665, 1667 C
18 LEW06 Lewis (2006) On Modeling the Near-Infrared Two-Color Locus of OH/IR Stars with a Constant dM/dt OH 1 0 1612, 1665, 1667 C
19 COH05 Cohen et al. (2005) A circular planetary nebula around the OH/IR star OH354.88-0.54 (V1018 Sco) OH 1 0 1612 C
20 SZY05 Szymczak et al. (2005) Masers as signposts of high-mass protostars. A water maser survey of methanol maser sources H2O 1 0 1612 C
21 DEA04 Deacon et al. (2004) OH Maser Observations of Likely Planetary Nebulae Precursors OH 86 69 1612, 1665, 1667 C
22 DEG04C Deguchi et al. (2004) Study of the Bipolar Nebula IRAS 19312+1950. II. Circumstellar Chemistry H2O 1 0 1612, 1665, 1667 C
23 SIV04 Sivagnanam (2004) Searches for OH masers in the circumstellar envelopes of red giant irregular variable stars OH 0 54 1665, 1667 C
24 SZY04 Szymczak & Gérard (2004) Polarimetric observations of OH masers in proto-planetary nebulae OH 0 47 1612, 1667 C
25 BAI03A Bains et al. (2003) The disappearance of the 1667-MHz OH maser in IRAS 17436+5003 (HD 161796) OH 0 1 1612, 1667 C
26 ETO03 Etoka et al. (2003) Detection of 1612 MHz OH emission in the semiregular variable stars RT Vir, R Crt and W Hya OH 3 1 1612, 1665, 1667 C
27 LEW02 Lewis (2002) On Dead OH/IR Stars OH 0 5 1612 C
28 DYE01 Dyer et al. (2001) Australia Telescope Compact Array Observations of the OH Star Roberts 22: Resolved Images of Hydroxyl Emission OH 1 0 1612, 1665, 1667 C
29 GLE01 Gledhill et al. (2001) OH maser mapping of the evolved star HD 179821: evidence for interacting outflows OH 0 1 1612, 1667 C
30 LEW01 Lewis et al. (2001) The Approaching Death of the OH/IR star IRAS 18455+0448 OH 1 0 1612, 1665, 1667 C
31 SEV01A Sevenster et al. (2001A) The ATCA/VLA OH 1612 MHz survey. III. Observations of the Northern Galactic Plane OH 283 2 1612 C
32 SEV01B Sevenster & Chapman (2001B) A Shock-excited OH Maser in a Post-Asymptotic Giant Branch Envelope? OH 1 1 1612, 1665, 1667 C
33 LEW00 Lewis (2000) On the Transience of Circumstellar Shells about B>=10° OH/IR Stars. I. Basic Statistics OH 4 1 1612, 1665, 1667 C
34 PAL00 Palen & Fix (2000) Models of OH Maser Variations in U Herculis OH 1 0 1665, 1667 C
35 FOR99 Forster & Caswell (1999) OH and H_2O masers in 74 star-forming regions. The FC89 database H2O,OH 71 3 1665 C
36 SIV99 Sivagnanam & David (1999) Overshoot of main-line spectral extent in circumstellar OH masers OH 19 9 1612, 1667 C
37 SZY99 Szymczak & Le Squeren (1999) A comparison of OH and H_2O maser properties of Mira and semiregular variable stars OH 18 17 1612, 1665, 1667 C
38 CAS98 Caswell (1998) Positions of hydroxyl masers at 1665 and 1667 MHz OH 193 156 1665, 1667, 6035 C
39 JOS98 Josselin et al. (1998) Infrared giants vs. supergiants. II. CO observations OH 6 11 1612 C
40 SJO98 Sjouwerman et al. (1998) A new sample of OH/IR stars in the Galactic center OH 140 4 1612 C
41 CAS97 Caswell (1997) Coincidence of maser emission from OH at 6.035 GHz and methanol at 6.668 GHz OH,CH3OH_II 36 0 6035 C
42 LEW97 Lewis (1997) Main-line OH Observations of the Arecibo Set of OH/IR Stars OH 227 261 1665, 1667 C
43 SEV97A Sevenster et al. (1997A) The ATCA/VLA OH 1612 MHz survey. I. Observations of the galactic bulge Region OH 307 0 1612 C
44 SEV97B Sevenster et al. (1997B) The ATCA/VLA OH 1612 MHz survey. II. Observations of the galactic Disk region OH 202 0 1612 C
45 SLY97 Slysh et al. (1997) Detection of a New Methanol Maser Line with the Kitt Peak 12 Meter Telescope by Remote Observing from Moscow CH3OH_I 5 1 1665, 1667 C
46 LIN96 te Lintel Hekkert & Chapman (1996) A search for OH maser emission from post-asymptotic giant branch stars. OH 12 134 1612, 1665, 1667 C
47 LEW95A Lewis et al. (1995A) Mainline OH detection rates from blue circumstellar shells. OH 80 188 1665, 1667 C
48 LEW95B Lewis & Engels (1995B) A search for water and mainline masers in OH/IR star mimics with strong silicate emission features OH 5 20 1665, 1667 C
49 SEA95 Seaquist et al. (1995) A Study of OH and H2O Maser Emission in Mira Type Symbiotic Stars OH 0 22 1612 C
50 SZY95A Szymczak et al. (1995A) A survey of main-line OH maser emission from semiregular variables. OH 6 177 1665, 1667 C
51 SZY95B Szymczak & Le Squeren (1995B) A search for observational evidence of OH molecule photoproduction OH 5 11 1612, 1665, 1667 C
52 BLO94 Blommaert et al. (1994) A deep VLA search for OH (1612 MHz) maser sources in the galactic plane OH 44 0 1612 C
53 CHA94 Chapman et al. (1994) OH Maser Emission in the Circumstellar Envelopes of U-Herculis R-Cassiopeiae and W-Hydrae OH 2 0 1665, 1667 C
54 FRA94 Frail & Beasley (1994) Stellar OH masers toward globular clusters. OH 5 12 1612, 1667 C
55 GAY94 Gaylard et al. (1994) 12.2-GHz methanol and 1.6-GHz hydroxyl masers associated with new 6.7-GHz methanol masers. OH,CH3OH_II 9 0 1665, 1667 C
56 HU94 Hu et al. (1994) A systematic study of IRAS selected proto-planetary nebula candidates. II. OH and CO observations OH 15 61 1612, 1665, 1667 C
57 IVI94 Ivison et al. (1994) Discovery of OH and H2O Masers in R-Aquarii and h1 - 36-ARAE OH 2 0 1612 C
58 LEW94 Lewis (1994) Supplement to the Arecibo 1612 MHz survey of color-selected IRAS sources OH 430 1409 1612, 1665, 1667 C
59 LIT94 Little-Marenin et al. (1994) A search for SiO, OH, CO and HCN radio emission from silicate-carbon stars OH 1 4 1612, 1665, 1667 C
60 DAV93A David et al. (1993A) An OH Satellite Line Maser Survey of Cool IRAS Sources and Circumstellar Envelope Evolution OH 137 234 1612 C
61 DAV93B David et al. (1993) An OH mainline maser survey of IRAS circumstellar envelope sources OH 105 23 1667 C
62 LEW93 Lewis & Engels (1993) A Search for Water and Mainline OH Masers from OH / Infrared Star Colour Mimics OH 11 23 1665, 1667 C
63 SIL93 Silva et al. (1993) Search for Hydroxyl in Southern Cold IRAS Sources OH 10 44 1612, 1665, 1667 C
64 BEC92 Becker et al. (1992) A serendipitous survey of the Galactic plane for Type II OH masers OH 0 50 1612 C
65 LAN92 van Langevelde et al. (1992) High-velocity OH/IR stars at the Galactic centre OH 2 0 1612 C
66 LID92 Lindqvist et al. (1992) OH/IR stars close to the Galactic Centre. I - Observational data OH 148 1 1612 C
67 LIN92 te Lintel Hekkert et al. (1992) Discovery of bipolar OH maser emission from the high-latitude supergiant star HD 101584 OH 1 1 1612, 1665, 1667 C
68 LSQ92 Le Squeren et al. (1992) A Complete Survey of OH / Infrared Objects from the IRAS LRS Sources Within a Domain of the Color Diagram OH 112 87 1612, 1667 C
69 NED92 Nedoluha & Bowers (1992) VLA observations of 1612 and 1665 MHz OH masers associated with IRC + 10420 OH 1 0 1612, 1665 C
70 DIC91 Dickinson & Turner (1991) New OH main-line detections of OH/IR stars OH 51 37 1665, 1667 C
71 LIN91A te Lintel Hekkert et al. (1991A) 1612 MHz OH survey of IRAS point sources. I - Observations made at Dwingeloo, Effelsberg and Parkes OH 808 1880 1612 C
72 LIN91B te Lintel Hekkert (1991B) An OH survey of very cold IRAS point sources OH 4 75 1612, 1665, 1667 C
73 ZIJ91 Zijlstra et al. (1991) IRAS 07027 - 7934 - The link between OH/IR stars and carbon-rich planetary nebulae OH 1 1 1612, 1665, 1667 C
74 SIV90 Sivagnanam et al. (1990) An OH survey of Mira-like objects from the IRAS point source catalog OH 36 130 1612, 1667 C
75 ZEL90 Zell & Fix (1990) The discrete nature of circumstellar OH maser emission OH 7 0 1612 C
76 FOR89 Forster & Caswell (1989) The spatial relationship of OH and H2O masers. H2O,OH 72 1 1667 C
77 GAY89 Gaylard et al. (1989) The identification of bright OH/IR stars and their mimics OH 10 14 1612, 1665, 1667 C
78 LIK89 Likkel (1989) OH and H2O observations of cold IRAS stars OH 26 54 1612, 1665, 1667 C
79 LIN89 te Lintel Hekkert et al. (1989) A catalogue of stellar 1612 MHz maser sources OH 438 1 1612 C
80 ZIJ89 Zijlstra et al. (1989) OH maser emission from young planetary nebulae OH 12 2 1612, 1665, 1667 C
81 ZUC89 Zuckerman & Maddalena (1989) Carbon stars with oxygen-rich circumstellar envelopes? OH 0 7 1612, 1665, 1667 C
82 LIK88 Likkel & Morris (1988) The circumstellar water fountains of IRAS 16342-3814 - A very high velocity bipolar outflow OH 1 0 1612, 1665, 1667 C
83 LIN88 te Lintel Hekkert et al. (1988) Two IRAS sources with high velocity outflow similar to OH231.8 + 4.2 OH 2 0 1612, 1665, 1667 C
84 PAY88 Payne et al. (1988) A young planetary nebula with OH molecules - NGC 6302 OH 2 65 1612, 1665, 1667 C
85 SIV88 Sivagnanam et al. (1988) Criteria for OH maser emission from circumstellar envelopes of oxygen-rich Mira-type red giants OH 14 223 1612, 1665, 1667 C
86 LEW87 Lewis et al. (1987) OH/IR stars without OH masers - Nondetection statistics OH 0 117 1612 C
87 DIC86 Dickinson et al. (1986) OH masers in short-period Mira and semiregular variable stars OH 5 106 1612, 1665, 1667 C
88 FIX84 Fix & Claussen (1984) OH maser emission from warm variable stars OH 3 80 1665, 1667 C
89 UKI84 Ukita & Le Squeren (1984) Stellar OH masers with polarized features at intermediate velocities OH 5 64 1612, 1665, 1667 C

SiO papers

ID Ref. Short title Title Data type Detections Non-detections Citaions
1 DEG16 Deguchi et al. (2016) Kinematics of Red Variables in the Solar Neighborhood II. Proper motions of SiO maser sources SiO 108 104 C
2 KIM14 Kim et al. (2014) Statistical Studies Based on Simultaneous SiO and H2O Maser Surveys toward Evolved Stars H2O,SiO 290 51 C
3 DEG12 Deguchi et al. (2012) Kinematics of Red Variables in the Solar Neighborhood I. Basic Data Obtained by an SiO Maser Survey SiO 229 164 C
4 DEG12B Deguchi et al. (2012b) Maser Emission toward the Infrared Dark Cloud G359.94+0.17 Seen in Silhouette against the Galactic Center H2O,SiO,CH3OH_I 1 0 C
5 CHO10 Cho & Kim (2010) Simultaneous Observations of SiO and H2O Masers Toward Symbiotic Stars H2O 10 0 C
6 DEG10A Deguchi et al. (2010) SiO and H2O Maser Observations of Red Supergiants in Star Clusters Embedded in the Galactic Disk H2O,SiO 10 22 C
7 DEG10B Deguchi et al. (2010B) SiO Maser Survey off the Galactic Plane: A Signature of Streaming Motion H2O 85 55 C
8 KIM10 Kim et al. (2010) Simultaneous Observations of SiO and H2O Masers Toward Known Stellar SiO and H2O Maser Sources. I. H2O,SiO 146 0 C
9 LI10 Li et al. (2010) ATCA Observations of SiO Masers in the Galactic Center SiO 11 0 C
10 DEG07A Deguchi et al. (2007A) Identification of Very Red Counterparts of SiO Maser and OH/IR Objects in the GLIMPSE Survey H2O,SiO 8 29 C
11 DEG07B Deguchi et al. (2007B) An SiO Maser Search off the Galactic Plane SiO 119 164 C
12 FUJ06 Fujii et al. (2006) SiO Maser Survey of the Inner Bar of the Galactic Bulge SiO 163 143 C
13 NAK06 Nakashima & Deguchi (2006) SiO Masers in a Scutum Massive Star Cluster of Red Supergiants SiO 3 2 C
14 DEG05A Deguchi et al. (2005A) Detection of SiO Maser Emission in V838 Mon SiO 1 2 C
15 DEG05B Deguchi et al. (2005B) Observations of Stellar Maser Sources with No IRAS Counterpart SiO 43 89 C
16 MAT05 Matsunaga et al. (2005) SiO Maser Sources toward Globular Clusters SiO 6 1 C
17 DEG04A Deguchi et al. (2004A) SiO Maser Survey of the Large-Amplitude Variables in the Galactic Center SiO 177 212 C
18 DEG04B Deguchi et al. (2004B) SiO Maser Survey of IRAS Sources in the Inner Galactic Disk SiO 308 153 C
19 DEG04C Deguchi et al. (2004) Study of the Bipolar Nebula IRAS 19312+1950. II. Circumstellar Chemistry H2O 1 0 C
20 NAK03A Nakashima & Deguchi (2003A) SiO Maser Survey toward the Inner Galactic Disk: 40 deg SiO 134 138 C
21 NAK03B Nakashima & Deguchi (2003B) SiO Maser Survey of Cold IRAS Sources SiO 51 92 C
22 DEG02 Deguchi et al. (2002) Observations of SiO Maser Sources within a Few Parsec from the Galactic Center SiO 10 1 C
23 SJO02 Sjouwerman et al. (2002) H2O and SiO maser emission in Galactic center OH/IR stars $O and SiO maser emission in Galactic center OH/IR stars H2O 14 0 C
24 DEG01 Deguchi et al. (2001) SiO Maser Survey of Southern IRAS Sources SiO 38 125 C
25 FUJ01 Fuji PhD (2001) FUJ01 SiO 14 59 C
26 ITA01 Ita et al. (2001) SiO maser survey of AGB stars in the North Galactic Cap SiO 26 77 C
27 MIY01 Miyazaki et al. (2001) SiO Maser Survey in the Galactic Center Region with a Multi-Beam Receiver SiO 9 0 C
28 DEG00A Deguchi et al. (2000A) SiO Maser Survey of the Galactic Disk IRAS Sources. II. l <= 3 and b <= 3, the Galactic Center Area H2O,SiO 86 83 C
29 DEG00B Deguchi et al. (2000B): Central Part SIO Maser Survey of the Galactic Disk IRAS Sources. III. -10 SiO 123 80 C
30 MAT00 Matsuura et al. (2000) Infrared Properties of SiO Maser Sources in Late-Type Stars SiO 27 48 C
31 NAK00 Nakashima & Deguchi (2000) Detections of SiO and H_2O Masers in the Bipolar Nebula IRAS 19312+1950 H2O,SiO 1 0 C
32 DEG99 Deguchi et al. (1999) Apparent Double SiO Maser Sources SiO 3 0 C
33 IMA99 Imai et al. (1999) VLBA Observation of SiO Masers in the M Giant IRC -10414 SiO 1 0 C
34 IZU99 Izumiura et al. (1999) SiO Maser Survey of the Galactic Disk IRAS Sources. I. 15deg SiO 67 57 C
35 JIA99 Jiang et al. (1999) SiO Masers in Stars in the Inner and Outer Galactic Disk SiO 22 97 C
36 IZU98 Izumiura et al. (1998) SiO Maser Forest at the Galactic Center SiO 3 3 C
37 SHI97 Shiki & Deguchi (1997) SiO Maser Sources toward the Sagittarius B2 Molecular Cloud SiO 7 2 C
38 CHO96 Cho et al. (1996) SiO maser survey of late-type stars. I. Simultaneous observations of six transitions of ^28^SiO and ^29^SiO. SiO 83 99 C
39 JIA96 Jiang et al. (1996) SiO Maser Sources in the Outer Disk of the Galaxy SiO 63 126 C
40 CHO95 Cho & Ukita (1995) Detection of the (29)SiO V = 1, J = 1-0 maser from TX Camelopardalis SiO 1 1 C
41 IZU95 Izumiura et al. (1995) SiO Maser Survey of the Galactic Bulge IRAS Sources. III. Kinematics of the Bulge Stars SiO 84 49 C
42 IZU95B Izumiura et al. (1995B) SiO Maser Survey of the Galactic Bulge IRAS Sources. II. The 4 degrees < B < 5 degrees Strips SiO 66 29 C
43 IZU94 Izumiura et al. (1994) SiO maser survey of the Galactic bulge IRAS sources. 1: The 7 deg less than absolute value of B less than 8 deg strips SiO 55 41 C
44 NAK93 Nakada et al. (1993) Detection of SiO and H2O masers in Galactic bulge sources H2O,SiO 15 11 C
45 LIN91 Lindqvist et al. (1991) SiO maser emission from OH/IR stars close to the Galactic centre SiO 0 31 C
46 GOM90 Gomez et al. (1990) H2O and SiO maser emission in OH/IR stars. H2O 8 0 C
47 NGU88 Nguyen-Quang-Rieu et al. (1988) A sensitive line search in circumstellar envelopes SiO 9 9 C
48 NAK87 Nakada et al. (1987) Water maser emission toward V788 Cygni - A carbon star H2O,SiO 0 3 C

Compilation works

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H2O compilations

OH compilations

SiO compilations

CH3OH (I class) compilations

CH3OH (II class) compilations


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