Data Release

This web page releases the data based on previous projects led by the observatory and open-use programs.

The programs are roughly categorised into three scientific regions: Galactic Centre, regions in Our Galaxy, and Extragalaxies. A shortcut for each category is shown below.


Galactic Centre

High-resolution CO Images of the Galactic Central Molecular Zone
README
Data: (FITS file)
Reference:
  1. "High-resolution CO Images of the Galactic Central Molecular Zone"
    Sekito Tokuyama, Tomoharu Oka, Shunya Takekawa, Yuhei Iwata, Shiho Tsujimoto, Masaya Yamada, Maiko Furusawa, & Mariko Nomura
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 71(SP1), S19, pp.1-32 (2019) (DOI: 10.1093/pasj/psy150, ADS)
Large-Scale CO Surveys of the Galactic Center
Galactic Center Survey of HCN J=4-3, H13CN J=1-0, HNC J=1-0, and HC3N J=10-9
README
Data obtained with the Nobeyama 45-m telescope: (GZIP compressed FITS cube)
Data obtained with the ASTE telescope: (GZIP compressed FITS file)
Excitation Analysis Code: (under preparation)
Reference:
  1. "HCN J=4-3, HNC J=1-0, H13CN J=1-0, and HC3N J=10-9 Maps of the Galactic Center Region. I. Spatially Resolved Measurements of Physical Conditions and Chemical Composition",
    Kunihiko Tanaka, Makoto Nagai, Kazuhisa Kamegai, Takahiro Iino, and Takeshi Sakai,
    2018, The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 236, 40 (ADS)
The Central Molecular Zone in H13CO+ and thermal SiO emission lines
README
Data: (GZIP compressed FITS file)
Reference:
  1. "The Central Molecular Zone in H13CO+ and thermal SiO emission lines"
    Masato Tsuboi, Atsushi Miyazaki, & Kenta Uehara,
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 2015, Volume 67, Issue 5, id.90, 31pp. (ADS)
H13CO+ (J=1-0) and SiO (J=2-1) Survey of the Galactic Center Region
README
Data: (GZIP compressed FITS file)
Reference:
  1. "Sagittarius A Molecular Cloud Complex in H13CO+ and Thermal SiO Emission Lines" M. Tsuboi, K. Tadaki, A. Miyazaki, and T. Handa,
    PASJ 63, pp.763-794 (2011) (ADS)
  2. (Erratum) PASJ 64, 64 (2012) (ADS)
A Galactic Center 50-km s-1 Molecular Cloud
Target: Galactic Centre and 50-km s-1 cloud
CS (J=1-0) Data obtained with the Nobeyama Millimeter Array: (GZIP compressed FITS file)
Reference:
  1. "A Galactic Center 50-km s-1 Molecular Cloud with an Expanding Shell",
    Tsuboi, M., Miyazaki, A., & Okumura, S. K., Publ. Astron. Soc. Japan 61, pp.29-37 (2009) (ADS)
    Observation parameters are summarized in this paper.
CS (J=1-0) Survey of the Galactic Center Region
Readme & Data (TAR GZIP compressed FITS files)
Reference:
  1. "Dense Molecular Clouds in the Galactic Center Region. I. Observations and Data",
    Tsuboi, M., Handa, T., & Ukita, N. 1999, ApJS, 120, 1 (ADS)

Regions in Our Galaxy

Nobeyama Line Survey Project
Target: L1527 Protostellar Core
Frequency Coverage: 79.762-116.875 GHz
README (Important notices are written)
Data:
Related Papers (pdf)
Reference:
  1. "An unbiased spectral line survey observation toward the low-mass star-forming region L1527",
    Kento Yoshida, Nami Sakai, Yuri Nishimura, Tomoya Tokudome, Yoshimasa Watanabe, Takeshi Sakai, Shuro Takano, & Satoshi Yamamoto
    Publ. Astron. Soc. Japan, 71(SP1), S18, pp.1-53 (2019) (doi: 10.1093/pasj/psy136, ADS)
Shocked Molecular Gas Adjacent to the W44 SNR
Target: Supernova Remnant W44
README
Data obtained with the Nobeyama 45-m telescope:
Data obtained with the ASTE telescope:
Reference:
  1. "Kinematics of Shocked Molecular Gas Adjacent to the Supernova Remnant W44",
    Tomoro Sashida, Tomoharu Oka, Kunihiko Tanaka, Kazuya Aono, 2013, The Astrophysical Journal, 774, 10 (ADS)
Nobeyama 45m Cygnux-X CO survey
Target: Cygnus-X region
README
Data:
Line Beamsize Pixel Grid Vmin Vmax dV (velocity resolution) Median rms Filename (GZIP compressed FITS cube)
(arcsec) (arcsec) (km s-1) (km s-1) (km s-1) (K)
12CO 16 7.5 -40 40 0.25 3.14 to be uploaded in future
12CO 16 7.5 -70 40 0.25 3.13 to be uploaded in future
12CO 16 7.5 -70 40 0.50 2.36 to be uploaded in future
12CO 23 10 -150 100 0.50 1.78 to be uploaded in future
12CO 23 10 -40 40 0.25 2.37 to be uploaded in future
12CO 23 10 -70 40 0.25 2.36 to be uploaded in future
12CO 23 10 -70 40 0.50 1.79 to be uploaded in future
12CO 46 22.7 -150 100 0.25 0.88 Cygnus_sp46_vs-150_ve100_dv0.25_12CO_Tmb.fits.gz
12CO 46 22.7 -150 100 0.50 0.66 Cygnus_sp46_vs-150_ve100_dv0.50_12CO_Tmb.fits.gz
12CO 46 22.7 -150 100 1.00 0.49 Cygnus_sp46_vs-150_ve100_dv1.00_12CO_Tmb.fits.gz
13CO 16 7.5 -40 40 0.25 1.26 to be uploaded in future
13CO 16 7.5 -70 40 0.25 1.27 to be uploaded in future
13CO 16 7.5 -70 40 0.50 0.95 to be uploaded in future
13CO 23 10 -150 100 0.50 0.72 to be uploaded in future
13CO 23 10 -40 40 0.25 0.95 to be uploaded in future
13CO 23 10 -70 40 0.25 0.96 to be uploaded in future
13CO 23 10 -70 40 0.50 0.72 to be uploaded in future
13CO 46 22.7 -150 100 0.25 0.36 Cygnus_sp46_vs-150_ve100_dv0.25_13CO_Tmb.fits.gz
13CO 46 22.7 -150 100 0.50 0.27 Cygnus_sp46_vs-150_ve100_dv0.50_13CO_Tmb.fits.gz
13CO 46 22.7 -150 100 1.00 0.20 Cygnus_sp46_vs-150_ve100_dv1.00_13CO_Tmb.fits.gz
C18O 16 7.5 -40 40 0.25 1.24 to be uploaded in future
C18O 16 7.5 -70 40 0.25 1.24 to be uploaded in future
C18O 16 7.5 -70 40 0.50 0.94 to be uploaded in future
C18O 23 10 -150 100 0.50 0.71 to be uploaded in future
C18O 23 10 -40 40 0.25 0.92 to be uploaded in future
C18O 23 10 -70 40 0.25 0.93 to be uploaded in future
C18O 23 10 -70 40 0.50 0.70 to be uploaded in future
C18O 46 22.7 -150 100 0.25 0.35 Cygnus_sp46_vs-150_ve100_dv0.25_C18O_Tmb.fits.gz
C18O 46 22.7 -150 100 0.50 0.26 Cygnus_sp46_vs-150_ve100_dv0.50_C18O_Tmb.fits.gz
C18O 46 22.7 -150 100 1.00 0.19 Cygnus_sp46_vs-150_ve100_dv1.00_C18O_Tmb.fits.gz
CN 16 7.5 -150 100 0.50 1.39 to be uploaded in future
CN 16 7.5 -150 100 1.00 1.01 to be uploaded in future
CN 16 7.5 -40 40 0.25 1.88 to be uploaded in future
CN 16 7.5 -40 40 0.50 1.42 to be uploaded in future
CN 16 7.5 -40 40 1.00 1.03 to be uploaded in future
CN 46 22.7 -150 100 0.25 0.51 Cygnus_sp46_vs-150_ve100_dv0.25_CN_Tmb.fits.gz
CN 46 22.7 -150 100 0.50 0.39 Cygnus_sp46_vs-150_ve100_dv0.50_CN_Tmb.fits.gz
CN 46 22.7 -150 100 1.00 0.28 Cygnus_sp46_vs-150_ve100_dv1.00_CN_Tmb.fits.gz
Reference:
  1. "Nobeyama 45m Cygnus-X CO survey I: photodissociation of molecules revealed by the unbiased large-scale CN and C18O maps"
    Yamagishi et al. (2018) ApJS, 235, 9 (ADS)
  2. "Nobeyama 45-m Cygnus X CO Survey: II Physical Properties of C18O Clumps"
    Takekoshi et al. (2018) ApJ, 883, 156 (ADS)
Web page
Nobeyama Star Formation Project
Please refer to the following papers as the data source, if you use the data in your own research.
Target: Orion A
Target: Rho Ophiucus
Formation and Evolution of Cores - Relation to Cloud Structure and Star Formation
Readme & Data (GZIP compressed FITS files):

Extragalaxies

Nobeyama Line Survey Project
Target: NGC 1068 (AGN), NGC 253 (Starburst), and IC 342 (Starburst)
Frequency Coverage: 85-116 GHz
README (Important notices are written)
Data:
Reference:
  1. "A Molecular Line Survey toward the Nearby Galaxies NGC 1068, NGC 253, and IC 342 at 3 mm with the NRO 45 m Radio Telescope: The Data",
    Shuro Takano, Taku Nakajima, & Kotaro Kohno
    Publ. Astron. Soc. Japan, 71(SP1), S20, pp.1-23 (2019)
    (doi: 10.1093/pasj/psz020, ADS)
  2. "A Molecular Line Survey toward the Nearby Galaxies NGC 1068, NGC 253, and IC 342 at 3 mm with the Nobeyama 45 m Radio Telescope: Impact of an AGN on 1 kpc Scale Molecular Abundances",
    Taku Nakajima, Shuro Takano, Kotaro Kohno, Nanase Harada, & Eric Herbst
    Publ. Astron. Soc. Japan, 70, 7, pp.1-27 (2018)
    (doi: 10.1093/pasj/psx153, ADS)
  3. "Detections of C2H, cyclic-C3H2, and H13CN in NGC 1068",
    Taku Nakajima, Shuro Takano, Kotaro Kohno, & Hirofumi Inoue
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters 728, pp.38-42 (2011)
    (doi: 10.1088/2041-8205/728/2/L38, ADS)
12CO (J=1-0) map of M 33: NRO M 33 All-Disk Survey of Giant Molecular Clouds (NRO MAGiC)
Target: M 33
Data:
Reference:
  1. "NRO M33 All-Disk Survey of Giant Molecular Clouds (NRO MAGiC). I. H I to H2 Transition",
    Tosaki et al. 2011, PASJ, 63, 117 (ADS)
Related papers:
  1. "NRO M 33 All-Disk Survey of Giant Molecular Clouds (NRO MAGiC). II Dense Gas Formation",
    Onodera et al. 2012, PASJ, 64, 133 (ADS)
  2. "Giant Molecular Cloud Evolutions in the Nearby Spiral Galaxy M33",
    Miura et al. 2012, ApJ, 761, 37 (ADS)
  3. "Breakdown of Kennicutt-Schmidt Law at Giant Molecular Cloud Scales in M33",
    Onodera et al. 2010, PASJ, 722, 127 (ADS)
Nobeyama CO Atlas of Nearby Spiral Galaxies
Summary and Data:
Reference:
  1. "Nobeyama CO Atlas of Nearby Spiral Galaxies: Distribution of Molecular Gas in Barred and Nonbarred Spiral Galaxies",
    Kuno, N., Sato, N., Nakanishi, H., Hirota, A., Tosaki, T., Shioya, Y., Sorai, K., Nakai, N., Nishiyama, K., & Vila-Vilaró, B.
    2007, PASJ, 59, 117 (ADS)

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