GAL 025.38-00.18 , the SIMBAD biblio

GAL 025.38-00.18 , the SIMBAD biblio (37 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2021.02.25CET23:42:21

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2018A&A...617A..67S 17       D               2 94 1 Bipolar H II regions. II. Morphologies and star formation in their vicinities. SAMAL M.R., DEHARVENG L., ZAVAGNO A., et al.
2017PASP..129k4504T 128           X         3 5 ~ Development of the phase-up technology of the radio telescopes: 6.7 GHz methanol maser observations with phased Hitachi 32 m and Takahagi 32 m radio telescopes. TAKEFUJI K., SUGIYAMA K., YONEKURA Y., et al.
2015A&A...584L...7G 42           X         1 18 19 High-mass star-forming cloud G0.38+0.04 in the Galactic Center dust ridge contains H2CO and SiO masers. GINSBURG A., WALSH A., HENKEL C., et al.
2015ApJ...811...79D 124           X         3 15 18 The physical environment of the massive star-forming region W42. DEWANGAN L.K., LUNA A., OJHA D.K., et al.
2012ApJ...752..146L viz 16       D               2 778 39 Milky Way star-forming complexes and the turbulent motion of the Galaxy's molecular gas. LEE E.J., MURRAY N. and RAHMAN M.
2012ApJ...753...62J viz 16       D               1 200 23 Kinematic distance assignments with H I absorption. JONES C. and DICKEY J.M.
2007ApJ...669L..37W 61 29 Signatures of inflow motion in cores of massive star formation: potential collapse candidates. WU Y., HENKEL C., XUE R., et al.
2006A&A...453.1003T viz 422 69 A SCUBA imaging survey of ultracompact HII regions. The environments of massive star formation. THOMPSON M.A., HATCHELL J., WALSH A.J., et al.
2006ApJ...653.1226Q viz 15       D               2 156 54 The electron temperature gradient in the galactic disk. QUIREZA C., ROOD R.T., BANIA T.M., et al.
2006ApJS..162..346R viz 126 98 Abundance gradients in the Galaxy. RUDOLPH A.L., FICH M., BELL G.R., et al.
2006ApJS..165..338Q viz 15       D               148 36 Radio recombination lines in galactic H II regions. QUIREZA C., ROOD R.T., BALSER D.S., et al.
2006RMxAA..42..147T 7 6 On the distance to the bright nonthermal radio sources in the direction of an extraordinarily massive cluster of red supergiants. TREJO A. and RODRIGUEZ L.F.
2004MNRAS.355..899C 97 41 MSX mid-infrared imaging of massive star birth environments - II. Giant HII regions. CONTI P.S. and CROWTHER P.A.
2002ApJ...570..688I 13 25 Spatial distribution of dust grains within H II regions. INOUE A.K.
2001ApJ...553..254O 41 27 High-resolution mid-infrared imaging and spectroscopic observations of a massive star forming region W51 IRS 2. OKAMOTO Y.K., KATAZA H., YAMASHITA T., et al.
1997ApJ...478..190A 1 47 157 Galactic abundance gradients from infrared fine-structure lines in compact H II regions. AFFLERBACH A., CHURCHWELL E. and WERNER M.W.
1997ApJ...488..224K viz 760 74 All-sky 4.85 GHz flux measurements of H II regions. KUCHAR T.A. and CLARK F.O.
1996ApJS..106..423A 1 23 80 Galactic temperature and metallicity gradients from ultracompact H II regions. AFFLERBACH A., CHURCHWELL E., ACORD J.M., et al.
1995ApJ...444..721S 1 48 164 Far-infrared lines from H II regions: abundance variations in the Galaxy. SIMPSON J.P., COLGAN S.W.J., RUBIN R.H., et al.
1995ApJS...97..347G viz 4380 160 The Parkes-MIT-NRAO (PMN) Surveys. VI. Source Catalog for the Equatorial Survey (-9.5 deg < Dec. < +10.0 deg) GRIFFITH M.R., WRIGHT A.E., BURKE B.F., et al.
1994A&A...291..261C 38 39 The occurrence of H2O masers in HII regions. CODELLA C., FELLI M., NATALE V., et al.
1990A&AS...83..119C 89 229 A survey of ammonia and water vapor emission ultracompact HII regions CHURCHWELL E., WALMSLEY C.M. and CESARONI R.
1990ApJ...356..534M 14 13 Infrared and radio measurements of the density structure of compact H II regions. MEGEATH S.T., HERTER T., GULL G.E., et al.
1990ApJS...72..303N 13 16 The abundance ratio of formaldehyde to ammonia in molecular clouds observed toward radio continuum sources. NASH A.G.
1989ApJS...71..469L viz 449 242 A survey of radio HII regions in the northern sky. LOCKMAN F.J.
1989BAAS...21.1155W 2 0 G 25.4-0.2S - a possible OB cluster in the inner spiral arm. WOODWARD C.E., PIPHER J.L., HELFER H.L., et al.
1988ApJ...327..377R 1 18 72 Determination of N/O from far-infrared line observations of galactic HII regions. RUBIN R.H., SIMPSON J.P., ERICKSON E.F., et al.
1987ApJ...320..573L 18 70 Far-infrared measurements of N/O in H II regions : evidence for enhanced CN process nucleosynthesis in the inner galaxy. LESTER D.F., DINERSTEIN H.L., WERNER M.W., et al.
1985A&A...145..127B 12 4 Anomalous motions of HI clouds. BASH F.N. and LEISAWITZ D.
1985A&A...147...84W 6 16 VLA continuum observations of compact HII regions. WOODWARD C.E., HELFER H.L. and PIPHER J.L.
1985ApJ...296..565L 12 40 Star formation in the inner galaxy: a far-infrared and radio study of two HII regions. LESTER D.F., DINERSTEIN H.L., WERNER M.W., et al.
1985JApA....6..177A 61 30 A survey of radio recombination line emission from the galactic plane at 325 MHz. ANANTHARAMAIAH K.R.
1985JApA....6..203A 42 49 Low density ionized gas in the inner galaxy - Interpretation of recombination line observations at 325 MHz. ANANTHARAMAIAH K.R.
1984A&A...138..131A 39 14 On the statistics of galactic HI clouds. ANANTHARAMAIAH K.R., RADHAKRISHNAN V. and SHAVER P.A.
1984ApJ...285..174P 1 5 28 Abundances in galactic HII regions. III. G 25.4-0.2, G 45.5+0.06, M 8, S 159 and DR 22. PIPHER J.L., HELFER H.L., HERTER T., et al.
1983A&A...127..211W 94 94 An H76 alfa survey of galactic HII regions: electron temperature and element gradients. WINK J.E., WILSON T.L. and BIEGING J.H.
1983A&AS...51..195H 17 16 Excitation conditions in HII regions. HERTER T., HELFER H.L. and PIPHER J.L.

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