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FITS and PV diagrams of the Orion A Giant Molecular Cloud


If you use these FITS data, PV diagrams and/or catalogs, please cite the corresponding reference(s).



Orion


  • N2H+ integrated intensity map of the Orion A Giant Molecular Cloud
  • N2H+ velocity channel map (data cube) of the Orion A Giant Molecular Cloud
    [0.3 km/s velocity bin, the LSR velocity is defined with respect to the main N2H+ J = 1-0 component (F_1, F) = (2, 3)-(1, 2), contains seven hyperfine components]
  • N2H+ data of the Orion A Giant Molecular Cloud in random groups FITS format
    [0.12 km/s velocity resolution, the LSR velocity is defined with respect to the main N2H+ J = 1-0 component (F_1, F) = (2, 3)-(1, 2)]
  • HC3N integrated intensity map of the Orion A Giant Molecular Cloud

    Please refer to
    Tatematsu, K., Kandori, R., Umemoto, T., and Sekimoto, Y. 2008, PASJ, 60, 407


  • PV diagrams of N2H+ cores in the Orion A Giant Molecular Cloud

    Please refer to
    Tatematsu, K., Kandori, R., Umemoto, T., and Sekimoto, Y. 2008, PASJ, 60, 407
    and
    Tatematsu, K., Ohashi, S., Sanhueza, P., Nguyen Luong, Q., Umemoto, T., and Mizuno, N. 2016, PASJ, 68, 24

    PV diagrams are drawn for the isolated hyperfine component N$_2$H$^+$ $J = 1\rightarrow0$, $F_1$, $F$ = 0, 1$\rightarrow$1, 2, but the velocity axis is the LSR velocity (km s$^{-1}$) corresponding to the main N$_2$H$^+$ $J = 1\rightarrow0$ component ($F_1$, $F$ = 2, 3$\rightarrow$1, 2). To obtain the LSR velocity corresponding to $F_1$, $F$ = 0, 1$\rightarrow$1, 2, you need to add 8.0082 km/s. FileName=pvX-Y.ps, with X as TUKH core number and Y=1,2,3,4 for PA=0,45,90,135 deg, respectively. Strips for Y=2,4 are 1.414 times longer than those of Y=1,3.

  • CS (1-0) data cube (small)
    CS (1-0) peak intensity map (0.3 km/s smoothed data)
    CS (1-0) integrated intensity map
    1.66 square deg map at 40 arcsec spacings with 36 arcsec beam
  • CS (1-0) core catalog (tab-deliminated text format)

    Please refer to
    Tatematsu, K., et al. 1993, ApJ, 404, 643


  • CS (2-1) data cube of the Orion A Giant Molecular Cloud
    CS (2-1) peak intensity map
    2.63 square deg map
    Please refer to
    Tatematsu, K., Umemoto, T., Heyer, M.H., Hirano, N., Kameya, O., and Jaffe, D.T. 1998, ApJS, 118, 517
  • 13CO (1-0) data cube (full) of the Orion A Giant Molecular Cloud
    13CO (1-0) data cube (small)
    13CO (1-0) peak intensity map (0.3 km/s smoothed data)
    13CO (1-0) integrated intensity map
    1.66 square deg map at 40 arcsec spacings with 15 arcsec beam
    Tatematsu, K., et al. 1993, ApJ 404, 643 and additional data
  • another 13CO (1-0) data cube of the Orion A Giant Molecular Cloud
    another 13CO (1-0) peak intensity map (0.3 km/s smoothed data)
    another 13CO (1-0) integrated intensity map
    Another smaller map at 17, 17*sqrt(2), or 34 arcsec spacings with Nobeyama 45 m radio telescope (15 arcsec beam)
    Please refer to
    Hirano, N., Umemoto, T., Kameya, O., and Tatematsu, K. 1999, unpublished data
  • C18O (1-0) data cube of the Orion A Giant Molecular Cloud
    C18O (1-0) peak intensity map (0.3 km/s smoothed data)
    C18O (1-0) integrated intensity map
    Mapped at 17, 17*sqrt(2), or 34 arcsec spacings with Nobeyama 45 m radio telescope (15 arcsec beam)

    Please refer to
    Hirano, N., Umemoto, T., Kameya, O., and Tatematsu, K. 1999, unpublished data


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