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CO observations of the 30-Doradus region using SEST

  • R. S. Booth (a1) and L.E.B. Johansson (a1)

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Using the Swedish-ESO Submillimetre Telescope, we have mapped the CO (1-0) emission in two small areas of the LMC near 30 Dor. Some 20 molecular clouds have been identified and analysed. Cloud masses are calculated assuming virial equilibrium and the relationship between mass and CO luminosity is discussed.

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CO observations of the 30-Doradus region using SEST

  • R. S. Booth (a1) and L.E.B. Johansson (a1)

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