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Aperture Synthesis Maps of NH2D and CH3OD Lines Toward Orion-KL: The Origin of NH3 and CH3OH

  • S. Saito (a1), H. Mikami (a2), S. Yamamoto (a2), Y. Murata (a3) and R. Kawabe (a4)...

Abstract

The 111−-101+ transition of NH2D and the 21−20 E transition of CH3OD were mapped toward Orion-KL with the Nobeyama Millimeter Array. The synthesized beamwidth is 4″ to 5″. NH2D and CH3OD are mainly distributed over the peak-intensity regions of NH3 and CH3OH in Orion A, respectively. These results suggest that “most” of the gas-phase ammonia and methanol in the region of Orion-KL originate from dust grains.

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