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Where methanol masers spring

  • Karl J. E. Torstensson (a1) (a2), Huib Jan van Langevelde (a1) (a2) and Stephen Bourke (a3)

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We are carrying out a program to observe the 6.7 GHz methanol maser emission in high-mass star-forming regions using large FOV (~2'), astrometric, VLBI data. Here we report on the first results of the inner few arc seconds in Cepheus A East. We find a maser filament extending over ~1.7” (1200 AU), straddling the waist of Cep A HW2. The region in which the CH3OH masers are found contains several YSO's and it is not clear whether the CH3OH masers are associated with several different objects or rather the larger scale surrounding environment.

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