NAME Sgr A B , the SIMBAD biblio

NAME Sgr A B , the SIMBAD biblio (18 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2021.04.22CEST20:20:09


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2019ApJ...872..171L 18       D               1 26 ~ Star formation rates of massive Molecular clouds in the Central Molecular Zone. LU X., ZHANG Q., KAUFFMANN J., et al.
2019ApJ...885...71A 45           X         1 16 ~ 2 mm GISMO observations of the Galactic Center. I. Dust emission. ARENDT R.G., STAGUHN J., DWEK E., et al.
2019PASJ...71..128T 90               F     1 18 ~ G-0.02-0.07, the compact H II region complex nearest to the galactic center with ALMA. TSUBOI M., KITAMURA Y., UEHARA K., et al.
2018MNRAS.476.2446A 131           X   F     2 24 ~ Study of diffuse H II regions potentially forming part of the gas streams around Sgr A*. ARMIJOS-ABENDANO J., LOPEZ E., MARTIN-PINTADO J., et al.
2015ApJ...800...40I 42           X         1 40 65 Herschel survey of galactic OH+, H2O+, and H3O+: probing the molecular hydrogen fraction and cosmic-ray ionization rate. INDRIOLO N., NEUFELD D.A., GERIN M., et al.
2015MNRAS.446..842D 247           X         6 46 8 Origins of massive field stars in the Galactic Centre: a spectroscopic study. DONG H., MAUERHAN J., MORRIS M.R., et al.
2014ApJ...794..108L 11 5 Dusty cradles in a turbulent nursery: the Sgr A east H II region complex at the Galactic Center. LAU R.M., HERTER T.L., MORRIS M.R., et al.
2011ApJ...735...84M 299     A     X         8 17 18 Properties of the compact H II region complex G-0.02-0.07. MILLS E., MORRIS M.R., LANG C.C., et al.
2010ApJ...725.1429Y 17 17 Massive star formation of the Sgr A East H II regions near the Galactic Center. YUSEF-ZADEH F., LACY J.H., WARDLE M., et al.
2004ApJ...603..548P 2 10 51 Characteristics of diffuse X-ray line emission within 20 parsecs of the Galactic Center. PARK S., MUNO M.P., BAGANOFF F.K., et al.
2001ApJ...551..254W 1 16 49 Molecular tracers of the central 12 parsecs of the Galactic Center. WRIGHT M.C.H., COIL A.L., McGARY R.S., et al.
2000ApJ...530..307C 2 13 85 The first stellar abundance measurements in the Galactic Center: the M supergiant IRS 7. CARR J.S., SELLGREN K. and BALACHANDRAN S.C.
2000ApJS..129..123C 24 27 Interstellar extinction in the vicinity of the Galactic Center. COTERA A.S., SIMPSON J.P., ERICKSON E.F., et al.
1999ApJ...510..747C 39 53 Isolated hot stars in the Galactic Center vicinity. COTERA A.S., SIMPSON J.P., ERICKSON E.F., 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.
1996A&A...314..615L viz 60 21 Maps of the 36GHz methanol emission. LIECHTI S. and WILSON T.L.
1987ApJ...320..545Y 1 33 165 Structural details of the Sagittarius A complex: evidence for a large-scale poloidal magnetic field in the Galactic Center region. YUSEF-ZADEH F. and MORRIS M.
1985ApJ...288..575H 1 12 84 Interactions between the continuum sources in the Galactic Center and their immediate molecular environment. HO P.T.P., JACKSON J.M., BARRETT A.H., et al.

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