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7.1. NIR and mm mosaics of the central 100 pc

  • R. Zylka (a1), S. Philipp (a1), W.J. Duschl (a1), P.G. Mezger (a2), T. Herbst (a3) and R. Tuffs (a4)...

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The conditions within the nuclear bulge (NB, R ~ 300 pc) of our Galaxy are extreme: less than 0.1% of the volume of the galactic disc contains more than 10% of the total ISM and stars. There are indications that star formation in the NB is not a continuous process, but rather undergoes cyclic variations. Details of the current and past star formation processes and the stellar content of the central parsecs - especially the ratio of old to young population - are not very well known (Mezger et al., 1996).

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Mezger, P.G., Duschl, W.J., Zylka, R., 1996, A&AR, 7, 4.
Philipp, & Zylka, , 1997, in these proceedings.

7.1. NIR and mm mosaics of the central 100 pc

  • R. Zylka (a1), S. Philipp (a1), W.J. Duschl (a1), P.G. Mezger (a2), T. Herbst (a3) and R. Tuffs (a4)...

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