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M 31's Molecular Arms at All Scales to Below 10 pc

  • N. Neininger (a1), Ch. Nieten (a2), M. Guélin (a3), H. Ungerechts (a4), R. Lucas (a3), S. Muller (a3) and R. Wielebinski (a2)...

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I present a unique data set for the study of molecular gas in galaxies: a complete, high-resolution survey of the CO in M 31 and additional local studies. The fully sampled survey has an angular resolution of 23 FWHM and the interferometric data attain the pc-scale with sub-arcsecond resolution. For the first time it is now possible to study large and small scales in conjunction. Thus we are able to derive the global structure and study the links down to the individual cloud complexes and star formation regions.

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M 31's Molecular Arms at All Scales to Below 10 pc

  • N. Neininger (a1), Ch. Nieten (a2), M. Guélin (a3), H. Ungerechts (a4), R. Lucas (a3), S. Muller (a3) and R. Wielebinski (a2)...

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