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2020ApJ...888...98L 47           X         1 28 ~ Surveying the giant H II regions of the Milky Way with SOFIA. II. M17. LIM W., DE BUIZER J.M. and RADOMSKI J.T.
2020ApJS..248...24G viz 65       D     X         2 21 ~ The MUSTANG Galactic Plane survey (MGPS90) pilot. GINSBURG A., ANDERSON L.D., DICKER S., et al.
2019A&A...623A..90S 45           X         1 31 ~ A LOFAR search for steep-spectrum pulsars in supernova remnants and pulsar wind nebulae. STRAAL S.M. and VAN LEEUWEN J.
2019A&A...624A..63B viz 986           X C       21 50 ~ Near-infrared spectroscopy of the massive stellar population of W51: evidence for multi-seeded star formation. BIK A., HENNING T., WU S.-W., et al.
2019A&A...627A..13B viz         O           254 ~ Second AGILE catalogue of gamma-ray sources. BULGARELLI A., FIORETTI V., PARMIGGIANI N., et al.
2019ApJS..240...14L viz 403           X C       8 32 ~ Survey of Ionized Gas of the Galaxy, Made with the Arecibo telescope (SIGGMA): inner Galaxy data release. LIU B., ANDERSON L.D., McINTYRE T., et al.
2018A&A...612A...1H viz 44           X         1 186 11 The H.E.S.S. Galactic plane survey. HESS COLLABORATION, ABDALLA H., ABRAMOWSKI A., et al.
2018AJ....155..204R 87           X         2 46 3 Revised distances to 21 supernova remnants. RANASINGHE S. and LEAHY D.A.
2018ApJ...855...39K 131           X         3 22 3 Polarization properties and magnetic field structures in the high-mass star-forming region W51 observed with ALMA. KOCH P.M., TANG Y.-W., HO P.T.P., et al.
2018ApJ...866....9L 44           X         1 26 ~ Evolutionary models for 15 Galactic supernova remnants with new distances. LEAHY D.A. and RANASINGHE S.
2017ApJ...839..108S viz 639           X C       14 15673 5 Young stellar objects in the massive star-forming regions W51 and W43. SARAL G., HORA J.L., AUDARD M., et al.
2017ApJ...844...84H 43           X         1 33 11 Comparing neutron star kicks to supernova remnant asymmetries. HOLLAND-ASHFORD T., LOPEZ L.A., AUCHETTL K., et al.
2017ApJ...849..147Z 366   K A     X         9 5 3 Disentangling the radio emission of the supernova remnant W51C. ZHANG M.F., TIAN W.W., LEAHY D.A., et al.
2017MNRAS.468.2684P viz 43           X         1 20 5 Low-mass young stellar population and star formation history of the cluster IC 1805 in the W4 H II region. PANWAR N., SAMAL M.R., PANDEY A.K., et al.
2017PASJ...69...78U 128           X         3 23 ~ FOREST unbiased Galactic plane imaging survey with the Nobeyama 45 m telescope (FUGIN). I. Project overview and initial results. UMEMOTO T., MINAMIDANI T., KUNO N., et al.
2016ApJ...816..100J 211           X         5 9 25 Revealing W51C as a cosmic ray source using Fermi-LAT data. JOGLER T. and FUNK S.
2016ApJ...825...54B 59       D     X         2 44 2 A mid-infrared view of the high mass star formation region W51A. BARBOSA C.L., BLUM R.D., DAMINELI A., et al.
2016ApJ...826...63L 42           X         1 33 6 Expectation on observation of supernova remnants with the LHAASO project. LIU Y., CAO Z., CHEN S., et al.
2015A&A...573A.106G 1029           X         25 33 26 The dense gas mass fraction in the W51 cloud and its protoclusters. GINSBURG A., BALLY J., BATTERSBY C., et al.
2015MNRAS.453.2082D 181       D     X         5 25 1 Observations of Galactic star-forming regions with the Cosmic Background Imager at 31 GHz. DEMETROULLAS C., DICKINSON C., STAMADIANOS D., et al.
2014ApJ...786L..24D 163           X         4 5 5 Localized SiO emission triggered by the passage of the W51C supernova remnant shock. DUMAS G., VAUPRE S., CECCARELLI C., et al.
2013ApJ...766...68P 120           X C       2 36 14 G048.66-0.29: physical state of an isolated site of massive star formation. PITANN J., LINZ H., RAGAN S., et al.
2013ApJ...769L..17T 868     A     X C       21 13 19 High-velocity H I is not associated with the TeV supernova remnant W51C. TIAN W.W. and LEAHY D.A.
2013ApJ...771...91B 1751   K A     X C       43 20 26 OH (1720 MHz) masers: a multiwavelength study of the interaction between the W51C supernova remnant and the
W51B star forming region.
BROGAN C.L., GOSS W.M., HUNTER T.R., et al.
2013PASJ...65...42H 1 11 14 X-ray observations of the W 51 complex with Suzaku. HANABATA Y., SAWADA M., KATAGIRI H., et al.
2012A&A...541A..13A 466     A     X         12 6 61 Morphological and spectral properties of the W51 region measured with the MAGIC telescopes. ALEKSIC J., ALVAREZ E.A., ANTONELLI L.A., et al.
2012A&A...541A..47S 40           X         1 31 26 EVN observations of 6.7 GHz methanol maser polarization in massive star-forming regions. SURCIS G., VLEMMINGS W.H.T., VAN LANGEVELDE H.J., et al.
2012ApJ...759...96B 40           X         1 84 30 The Arecibo H II Region Discovery Survey. BANIA T.M., ANDERSON L.D. and BALSER D.S.
2012MNRAS.423..647E 40           X         1 19 19 Methanol and excited OH masers towards W51 – I. Main and south. ETOKA S., GRAY M.D. and FULLER G.A.
2012MNRAS.424.1658P viz 79           X         2 17 21 Molecular clumps in the W51 giant molecular cloud. PARSONS H., THOMPSON M.A., CLARK J.S., et al.
2012MNRAS.426..701M 40           X         1 21 26 The effect of spiral arms on star formation in the Galaxy. MOORE T.J.T., URQUHART J.S., MORGAN L.K., et al.
2011ApJ...740L...4C 43           X         1 5 43 Supernova-enhanced cosmic-ray ionization and induced chemistry in a molecular cloud of W51C. CECCARELLI C., HILY-BLANT P., MONTMERLE T., et al.
2011MmSAI..82..735R 157           X         4 8 1 Probing proton acceleration in W51C with MAGIC. REICHARDT I., CARMONA E. and KRAUSE J.
2011PASJ...63..719N 39           X         1 16 25 Astrometry of Galactic star-forming region G48.61+0.02 with VERA. NAGAYAMA T., OMODAKA T., HANDA T., et al.
2010ARep...54.1084K 17 14 Spectral survey of the star-forming region W51 e1/e2 at 3 mm. KALENSKII S.V. and JOHANSSON L.E.B.
2010ApJ...719.1104R viz 39           X         1 79 28 A new sample of very massive star forming complexes in the Spitzer GLIMPSE survey. RAHMAN M. and MURRAY N.
2010ApJS..190...58K 1170       S   X C       28 25 21 A CO line and infrared continuum study of the active star-forming complex W51. KANG M., BIEGING J.H., KULESA C.A., et al.
2010ApJS..191..232B viz 78           X         2 111 15 The arizona radio observatory CO mapping survey of galactic molecular clouds. I. The W51 region in CO and 13CO J = 2-1 emission. BIEGING J.H., PETERS W.L. and KANG M.
2010JApA...31...43S 6 0 Electron temperatures in W51 complex from high resolution, low frequency radio observations. SRIVASTAVA P.K. and PRAMESH RAO A.
2009A&A...504..429C 39         O X         1 34 28 The p Cygni supergiant [OMN2000] LS1 - implications for the star formation history of W51. CLARK J.S., DAVIES B., NAJARRO F., et al.
2009ApJ...701..454K 77           X         2 26 19 Triggered star formation in a double shell near W51A. KANG M., BIEGING J.H., KULESA C.A., et al.
2009ApJ...706...83K viz 503     A D     X C F     12 761 15 Embedded young stellar object candidates in the active star-forming complex W51: mass function and spatial distribution. KANG M., BIEGING J.H., POVICH M.S., et al.
2008A&A...484..773V 38           X         1 36 40 A new probe of magnetic fields during high-mass star formation. Zeeman splitting of 6.7 GHz methanol masers. VLEMMINGS W.H.T.
2008ApJ...683..189H 77           X         2 41 36 A survey of hydroxyl toward supernova remnants: evidence for extended 1720 MHz maser emission. HEWITT J.W., YUSEF-ZADEH F. and WARDLE M.
2008PASJ...60.1285S 461     A D     X C       12 18 3 Large-scale NH<sup>3</sup> observations toward the galactic star-forming regions I. W51 molecular cloud complex. SORAI K., HABE A., NISHITANI H., et al.
2005ApJ...633..946K 11 21 Chandra observations of the W51C supernova remnant. KOO B.-C., LEE J.-J., SEWARD F.D., et al.
2004ApJ...606..917R 1 16 40 High-resolution observations of methyl cyanide (CH3CN) toward the hot core regions W51e1/e2. REMIJAN A., SUTTON E.C., SNYDER L.E., et al.
2004MNRAS.353.1025N viz 26 ~ Embedded star clusters in the W51 giant molecular cloud. NANDA KUMAR M.S., KAMATH U.S. and DAVIS C.J.
2003A&A...406..915S 1 18 36 A multiwavelength study of the S106 region. II. Characteristics of the photon dominated region. SCHNEIDER N., SIMON R., KRAMER C., et al.
2002AJ....123.1629K 15 18 An ASCA study of the W51 complex. KOO B.-C., LEE J.-J. and SEWARD F.D.
2002ApJ...575..327K 18 15 Interaction between ionized and molecular gas in the active star-forming region W31. KIM K.-T. and KOO B.-C.
2002ApJ...576..264R 19 42 Acetic acid in the hot cores of Sagitarrius B2(N) and W51. REMIJAN A., SNYDER L.E., LIU S.-Y., et al.
2001A&A...370..265M 16 11 The supernova remnants G 67.7+1.8, G 31.5-0.6 and G 49.2-0.7. MAVROMATAKIS F., PAPAMASTORAKIS J., VENTURA J., et al.
2001MNRAS.323..988G 20 2 121 The effect of gas loss on the formation of bound stellar clusters. GEYER M.P. and BURKERT A.
2001PASJ...53..793O 26 6 A large-scale CO mapping of the central region of W 51. OKUMURA S.-I., MIYAWAKI R., SORAI K., et al.
2000A&A...362.1093M 58 153 VLBI observations of 6.7 and 12.2GHz methanol masers toward high mass star-forming regions. I. Observational results: protostellar disks or outflows? MINIER V., BOOTH R.S. and CONWAY J.E.
2000ApJ...537..875B 34 68 OH Zeeman magnetic field detections toward five supernova remnants using the VLA. BROGAN C.L., FRAIL D.A., GOSS W.M., et al.
2000ApJ...543..799O 41 35 The initial mass function of a massive star-forming region W51. OKUMURA S.-I., MORI A., NISHIHARA E., et al.
1999ApJ...518..760K 73 T                   21 24 CO observations of the W51B H II region complex. KOO B.-C.
1998AJ....116.1856C 20 48 The W51 giant molecular cloud. CARPENTER J.M. and SANDERS D.B.
1998MNRAS.296..863M 73 T                   7 4 The high-velocity molecular stream in W51B: a ring structure with compact H II regions. MOON D.-S. and PARK Y.-S.
1997ApJ...475..194K 16 47 Interaction between the W51C supernova remnant and a molecular cloud. I. H I 21 centimeter line observations. KOO B.-C. and MOON D.
1997ApJS..108..489K 18 24 H I 21 centimeter absorption line study of the W51 complex. KOO B.-C.
1995ApJ...447..211K 1 13 49 ROSAT observations of the supernova remnant W 51C. KOO B.-C., KIM K.-T. and SEWARD F.D.
1995MNRAS.275..755S 15 23 330-MHz radio continuum imaging of the W51 complex. SUBRAHMANYAN R. and GOSS W.M.
1994ApJS...91..713M 31 59 Radio continuum and radio recombination line observations of W 51. MEHRINGER D.M.
1991MNRAS.250..127C 18 19 Aperture synthesis observations of W 51 at 151 MHZ. COPETTI M.V.F. and SCHMIDT A.A.
1989A&A...224..191V 42 8 Magnetised molecular cloud edges. VALLEE J.P.
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.
1984PASJ...36..123N 8 4 CO observations of the W51 region. NAKAMURA T., KODAIRA S., ISHII K., et al.
1984PASJ...36..505O 2 5 CO observations of the W 51 region. II. OHISHI M., NAKAMURA T., KODAIRA S., et al.
1982A&AS...49..607B 19 49 Formaldehyde absorption measurements of selected galactic molecular clouds. BIEGING J.H., WILSON T.L. and DOWNES D.
1979ApJ...232..451M 2 5 73 The H II region-molecular cloud complex W 51. MUFSON S.L. and LISZT H.S.
1975ApJ...198..349P 9 10 On the intensities of decimetric-wavelength radio recombination lines. PARRISH A. and PANKONIN V.
1972MNRAS.157...31M 1 9 93 High resolution observations of W51. MARTIN A.H.M.
1971ApJ...170L..89H viz 159 134 100-micron survey of the galactic plane. HOFFMANN W.F., FREDERICK C.L. and EMERY R.J.
1958BAN....14..215W viz 94 396 A survey of the continuous radiation from the galactic system at a frequency of 1390 Mc/s . WESTERHOUT G.

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