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The Detection of CO in M104

  • E. Bajaja (a1), M. Krause (a2), R.-J. Dettmar (a3) and R. Wielebinski (a2)

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We have observed the early-type galaxy M104 (NGC 4594, Sombrero Galaxy) in the 12CO(1-0) transition with the 30-m IRAM telescope. We have detected CO in two positions which coincide with maxima of HI, dust and radio continuum. We failed to detect CO in the nuclear area of M104.

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