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Observation of Diffuse CII Emission in the Galactic Center Region

  • H. Okuda (a1), H. Shibai (a1), T. Nakagawa (a1), T. Matsuhara (a1), T. Maihara (a2), K. Mizutani (a2), Y. Kobayashi (a3), N. Hiromoto (a4), F. J. Low (a5) and T. Nishimura (a5)...

Abstract

Spectroscopic observations of CII line emission at 157.7 μm have been made of the Galactic Center region with a Fabry-Perot spectrometer onboard a balloon telescope. Strong emission has been detected ubiquitously in a wide area extending between ± 0.7° in galactic longitude. A ring-like structure is suggested from the double lobed distribution of the emission around the Galactic Center.

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