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Observations of the 1→0 Transition of CO Towards Southern HII Regions

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  25 April 2016

J. B. Whiteoak
Affiliation:
Division of Radiophysics, CSIRO, Sydney
Robina E. Otrupcek
Affiliation:
Division of Radiophysics, CSIRO, Sydney
C. J. Rennie
Affiliation:
Mount Stromlo and Siding Spring Observatory, A.N.U.

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The 4-m radio telescope of the CSIRO Division of Radiophysics at Epping is being used to survey the line emission associated with the 1→0 transition of CO (rest frequency 115.271 GHz) in the southern Milky Way. The programme includes mapping the CO distribution across giant molecular-cloud/HII-region complexes. As a first stage the emission has been observed towards bright southern HII regions. These results will not only serve as a basis for future extensive mapping but will also provide data which is directly comparable with observations of other molecular lines that have been made towards the HII regions.

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Copyright © Astronomical Society of Australia 1982

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