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The VLBI mapping survey of the 6.7 GHz methanol masers with the JVN/EAVN

  • K. Fujisawa (a1), K. Hachisuka (a2), K. Sugiyama (a3), A. Doi (a4), M. Honma (a5), Y. Yonekura (a6), T. Hirota (a5), S. Sawada-Satoh (a5), Y. Murata (a4), K. Motogi (a7), H. Ogawa (a8), X. Chen (a2), K.-T. Kim (a9) and Z.-Q. Shen (a2)...

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We present VLBI maps of the 6.7 GHz methanol maser emission in 32 sources obtained using the Japanese VLBI Network (JVN) and the East-Asian VLBI Network (EAVN). All of the observed sources provide new VLBI maps, and the spatial morphologies have been classified into five categories similar to the results obtained from European VLBI Network observations (Bartkiewicz et al. 2009). The 32 methanol sources are being monitored to measure the relative proper motions of the methanol maser spots.

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The VLBI mapping survey of the 6.7 GHz methanol masers with the JVN/EAVN

  • K. Fujisawa (a1), K. Hachisuka (a2), K. Sugiyama (a3), A. Doi (a4), M. Honma (a5), Y. Yonekura (a6), T. Hirota (a5), S. Sawada-Satoh (a5), Y. Murata (a4), K. Motogi (a7), H. Ogawa (a8), X. Chen (a2), K.-T. Kim (a9) and Z.-Q. Shen (a2)...

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