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  • 1) arXiv:2007.11874 Far-infrared star-formation rates of six GRB host galaxies with ALMA Authors: Tiger Yu-Yang Hsiao, Tetsuya Hashimoto, Jia-Yuan Chang, Tomotsugu Goto, Seong Jin Kim, Simon C. -C. Ho, Daryl Joe D. Santos, Ting-Yi Lu, Alvina Y. L. On, Ting-Wen Wang Abstract: …whether they are biased tracers or not. For this purpose, it is crucial to understand properties of GRB host galaxies, in comparison to field galaxies. In this work, we report ALMA far-infrared (FIR) observations of six z∼2 IR-bright GRB host galaxies, which are selected for the brightness in IR. Among them, four host galaxies are detected for the first… ▽ More MNRAS EA
  • 2) arXiv:2007.11565 On moving shadows and pressure bumps in HD 169142Authors: Gesa H. -M. Bertrang, Mario Flock, Miriam Keppler, Trifon Trifonov, Anna B. T. Penzlin, Henning Avenhaus, Thomas Henning, Matias Montesinos Abstract: …dip in the inner ring. We further find changes in the brightness structure in azimuthal direction along the ring. And finally, a comparison of our SPHERE/ZIMPOL data with recent ALMA observations reveals a wavelength dependent radial profile of the bright ring. The time-scale on which the changes in the ring's surface brightness occurs suggest that the… ▽ Mor A&A Eu
  • 3) arXiv:2007.11286 AGN Feedback and Star Formation of Quasar Host Galaxies: Insights from the Molecular Gas Authors: Jinyi Shangguan, Luis C. Ho, Franz E. Bauer, Ran Wang, Ezequiel Treister Abstract: …key probe of the complex interplay between black hole accretion and star formation in the host galaxies of active galactic nuclei (AGNs). We use CO(2-1) observations from a new ALMA survey, in conjunction with literature measurements, to investigate the molecular gas properties of a representative sample of 40 z<0.3 Palomar-Green quasars, the largest and… ▽ More ApJ, Eu
  • 4) arXiv:2007.11106 Molecular Distributions of the Protostellar Envelope and the Outflow of IRAS 15398-3359: Principal Component Analysis Authors: Yuki Okoda, Yoko Oya, Nami Sakai, Yoshimasa Watanabe, Satoshi Yamamoto Abstract: We have imaged 15 molecular-line emissions and the dust continuum emission around the Class 0 protostellar source, IRAS 15398-3359, with ALMA. The outflow structure is mainly traced by the H2CO (K_a=0 and 1), CCH, and CS emissions. These lines also trace the disk/envelope structure around the protostar. The H2CO (K_a=2 and 3), CH3OH, and SO emissions are con… EA
  • 5) arXiv:2007.10426 Ultracompact HII regions with extended emission: The case of G43.89-0.78 and its molecular environment Authors: Eduardo de la Fuente, Daniel Tafoya, Miguel A. Trinidad, Alicia Porras, Alberto Nigoche-Netro, Simon N. Kemp, Stanley E. Kurtz, Jose Franco, Carlos A. Rodriguez-Rico Abstract: The Karl Jansky Very Large Array (VLA), Owens Valley Radio Observatory (OVRO), Atacama Large Millimetric Array (ALMA), and the infrared \textit{Spitzer} observatories, are powerful facilities to study massive star formation regions and related objects such as ultra--compact (UC) \hii regions, molecular clumps, and cores. We used these telescopes to study the… ▽ More Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Main Journal (2020) Other (Mx)
  • 6) arXiv:2007.10341 Illuminating a tadpole's metamorphosis III: quantifying past and present environmental impact Authors: Megan Reiter, Thomas J. Haworth, Andrés E. Guzmán, Pamela D. Klaassen, Anna F. McLeod, Guido Garay Abstract: We combine MUSE and ALMA observations with theoretical models to evaluate how a tadpole-shaped globule located in the Carina Nebula has been influenced by its environment. This globule is now relatively small (radius ~2500 au), hosts a protostellar jet+outflow (HH 900) and, with a blue-shifted velocity of ~10 km/s, is travelling faster than it should be if i… ▽ More Submitted 20 July, 2020; originally announced July 2020. MNRAS, accepted Eu
  • 7) arXiv:2007.10275 FAUST I. The hot corino at the heart of the prototypical Class I protostar L1551 IRS5 Authors: E. Bianchi, C. J. Chandler, C. Ceccarelli, C. Codella, N. Sakai, A. López-Sepulcre, L. T. Maud, G. Moellenbrock, B. Svoboda, Y. Watanabe, T. Sakai, F. Ménard, Y. Aikawa, F. Alves, N. Balucani, M. Bouvier, P. Caselli, E. Caux, S. Charnley, S. Choudhury, M. De Simone, F. Dulieu, A. Durán, L. Evans, C. Favre , et al. (41 additional authors not shown) Abstract: …in Class I protostars has become of paramount importance. Here we report the discovery of a hot corino towards the prototypical Class I protostar L1551 IRS5, obtained within the ALMA Large Program FAUST. We detected several lines from methanol and its isopotologues (13CH3OH and CH2DOH), methyl formate and ethanol. Lines are bright towa… ▽ More Eu
  • 8) arXiv:2007.10061 ALMA and MUSE observations reveal a quiescent multi-phase circumgalactic medium around the z~3.6 radio galaxy 4C 19.71 Authors: Theresa Falkendal, Matthew D. Lehnert, Joël Vernet, Carlos De Breuck, Wuji Wang Abstract: We present MUSE/VLT imaging spectroscopy of rest-frame ultraviolet emission lines and ALMA observations of the [CI] 3P1-3P0 emission line, probing both the ionized and diffuse molecular medium around the radio galaxy 4C 19.71 at z~3.6. This radio galaxy has extended Lyα emission over a region ~100 kpc in size preferentially oriented along the a… ▽ More Astronomy and Astrophysics Eu
  • 9) arXiv:2007.09887 ALMA Deep Field in SSA22: A near-infrared-dark submillimeter galaxy at z=4.0 Authors: Hideki Umehata, Ian Smail, A. M. Swinbank, Kotaro Kohno, Yoichi Tamura, Tao Wang, Yiping Ao, Bunyo Hatsukade, Mariko Kubo, Kouchiro Nakanishi, Natsuki N. Hayatsu Abstract: Deep surveys with Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) have uncovered a population of dusty star-forming galaxies which are faint or even undetected at optical to near-infrared wavelengths. Their faintness at short wavelengths makes detailed characterization of the population challenging. Here we present a spectroscopic redshift identification and character… ▽ More A&A Letters, EA
  • 10) arXiv:2007.08536 The 300-pc Scale ALMA View of [CI] 3P1-3P0, CO J=1-0, and 609 μm Dust Continuum in A Luminous Infrared Galaxy Authors: Toshiki Saito, Tomonari Michiyama, Daizhong Liu, Yiping Ao, Daisuke Iono, Kouichiro Nakanishi, Eva Schinnerer, Ken-ichi Tadaki, Junko Ueda, Takuji Yamashita Abstract: We present high-quality ALMA Band 8 observations of the [CI] 3P1-3P0 line and 609 μm dust continuum emission toward the nearby luminous infrared galaxy (LIRG) IRAS F18293-3413, as well as matched resolution (300-pc scale) Band 3 CO J=1-0 data, which allow us to assess the use of the [CI] 3P1-3P0 line as a total gas mass estimator. We find… ▽ More MNRAS Eu
  • 11) arXiv:2007.08384 The ALPINE-ALMA [CII] Survey: Obscured Star Formation Rate Density and Main Sequence of star-forming galaxies at z>4 Authors: Y. Khusanova, M. Béthermin, O. Le Fèvre, P. Capak, A. L. Faisst, D. Schaerer, J. D. Silverman, P. Cassata, L. Yan, M. Ginolfi, Y. Fudamoto, F. Loiacono, R. Amorin, S. Bardelli, M. Boquien, A. Cimatti, M. Dessauges-Zavadsky, C. Gruppioni, N. P. Hathi, G. C. Jones, A. M. Koekemoer, G. Lagache, R. Maiolino, B. C. Lemaux, P. Oesch , et al. (8 additional authors not shown) Abstract: …(FIR) observations are necessary to constrain the dust-obscured component of the SFR. In this paper, we exploit the rest-frame FIR continuum observations collected by the ALMA Large Program to INvestigate [CII] at Early times (ALPINE) to directly constrain the obscured SFR in galaxies at 4.4<z<5.9. We use stacks of continuum images to measure average i… A&A, Eu
  • 12) arXiv:2007.07900 ALMA CO Observations of Gamma-Ray Supernova Remnant N132D in the Large Magellanic Cloud: Possible Evidence for Shocked Molecular Clouds Illuminated by Cosmic-Ray Protons Authors: H. Sano, P. P. Plucinsky, A. Bamba, P. Sharda, M. D. Filipovic, C. J. Law, R. Z. E. Alsaberi, Y. Yamane, K. Tokuda, F. Acero, M. Sasaki, J. Vink, T. Inoue, S. Inutsuka, J. Shimoda, K. Tsuge, K. Fujii, F. Voisin, N. Maxted, G. Rowell, T. Onishi, A. Kawamura, N. Mizuno, H. Yamamoto, K. Tachihara , et al. (1 additional authors not shown) Abstract: …= 1-0, 3-2) observations toward the SNR using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) and Atacama Submillimeter Telescope Experiment. We find diffuse CO emission not only at the southern edge of the SNR as previously known, but also inside the X-ray shell. We spatially resolved nine molecular clouds using… ▽ More (ApJ) EA
  • 13) arXiv:2007.07890 The birth environment of planetary systems Authors: Richard J. Parker Abstract: …several million years of a star's life. It is within these circumstellar, or protoplanetary, discs that the first stages of planet formation occur. Recent observations from ALMA suggest that planet formation may already be well under way after only 1 Myr of a star's life. However, stars do not form in isolation; they form from the collapse and fragme… ▽ More Royal Society collection of review articles. Eu
  • 14) arXiv:2007.07852 Studying star-forming processes at core and clump scales: the case of the young stellar object G29.862-0.0044 Authors: M. B. Areal, S. Paron, C. Fariña, M. E. Ortega, M. Celis Peña, M. Rubio Abstract: …star formation takes place, hence star-forming studies should be done at different spatial scales. Using near-IR data obtained with Gemini, data of CH3OCHO and CH3CN from the ALMA database, observations of HCN, HNC, HCO+, and C2H carried out with ASTE, and CO data from public surveys, we perform a deep study of the YSO G29.86-0.004 at core and clump spatial… ▽ More
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  • 15) arXiv:2007.07824 ALMA resolves the remarkable molecular jet and rotating wind in the extremely radio-quiet galaxy NGC 1377 Authors: S. Aalto, N. Falstad, S. Muller, K. Wada, J. S. Gallagher, S. König, K. Sakamoto, W. Vlemmings, C. Ceccobello, K. Dasyra, F. Combes, S. García-Burillo, Y. Oya, S. Martín, P. van der Werf, A. S. Evans, J. Kotilainen galactic nuclei (AGNs) and their feedback. With very high-resolution (0."02x0."03 (2x3 pc)) ALMA 345 GHz observations of CO 3-2, HCO+ 4-3, HCN 4-3 ν2=1f, and continuum we have studied the molecular outflow and nucleus of the extremely radio-quiet lenticular galaxy NGC… ▽ More Submitted 15 July, 2020; originally announced July 2020. Astronomy and Astrophysics Eu
  • 16) arXiv:2007.06824 [ ALMA Band-to-band Phase Referencing: Imaging Capabilities on Long Baselines and High Frequencies Authors: Yoshiharu Asaki, Luke T. Maud, Edward B. Fomalont, William R. F. Dent, Loreto Barcos-Muñoz, Neil M. Phillips, Akihiko Hirota, Satoko Takahashi, Stuartt Corder, John M. Carpenter, Eric Villard Abstract: High-frequency long-baseline experiments with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array were organized to test the high angular resolution imaging capabilities in the submillimeter wave regime using baselines up to 16 km. Four experiments were conducted, two Band 7 (289 GHz) and two Band 8 (405 GHz) observations. Phase correction using band-to-band (B2B) phase referencing was used with a ph… ▽ More 2020 AJ 160 59 Ch, EA
  • 17) arXiv:2007.05536 Revealing the intermediate-mass black hole at the heart of the dwarf galaxy NGC 404 with sub-parsec resolution ALMA observations Authors: Timothy A. Davis, Dieu D. Nguyen, Anil C. Seth, Jenny E. Greene, Kristina Nyland, Aaron J. Barth, Martin Bureau, Michele Cappellari, Mark den Brok, Satoru Iguchi, Federico Lelli, Lijie Liu, Nadine Neumayer, Eve V. North, Kyoko Onishi, Marc Sarzi, Mark D. Smith, Thomas G. Williams Abstract: We estimate the mass of the intermediate-mass black hole at the heart of the dwarf elliptical galaxy NGC 404 using Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) observations of the molecular interstellar medium at an unprecedented linear resolution of ~0.5 pc, in combination with existing stellar kinematic information. These… ▽ More MNRAS Eu
  • 18) arXiv:2007.04992 Searching for debris discs in the 30 Myr open cluster IC 4665 Authors: Núria Miret-Roig, Nuria Huélamo, Hervé Bouy Abstract: …9%, lower than that observed in regions with comparable ages. Conclusions: Our candidates debris disc host-stars are excellent targets to be studied with ALMA or the future James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). A&A Eu
  • 19) arXiv:2007.04348 ALMA Observations of Young Eruptive Stars: continuum disk sizes and molecular outflows Authors: Antonio S. Hales, Sebastián Pérez, Camilo Gonzalez-Ruilova, Lucas A. Cieza, Jonathan P. Williams, Patrick D. Sheehan, Cristián López, Simon Casassus, David A. Principe, Alice Zurlo Abstract: We present Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) 1.3 mm observations of four young, eruptive star-disk systems at 0.4" resolution: two FUors (V582 Aur and V900 Mon), one EXor (UZ Tau E) and one source with an ambiguous FU/EXor classification (GM Cha). The disks around GM Cha, V900 Mon and UZ Tau E are resolved. These observations increase t… ▽ More ApJ NA, CH
  • 20) arXiv:2007.04262 Twenty years of PWV measurements in the Chajnantor Area Authors: Fernando Cortés, Katherine Cortés, Rodrigo Reeves, Ricardo Bustos, Simon Radford Abstract: …difference between two sites in the Chajnantor Plateau: the Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX) and the Cosmic Background Imager (CBI) near the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) center. This difference is possibly due to local topographic conditions that favor the discrepancy in PWV. The scale height for the plateau was extracted from the measurements A&A CH
  • 21) arXiv:2007.04000 The ALMA-PILS survey: First detection of the unsaturated 3-carbon molecules Propenal (C2H3CHO) and Propylene (C3H6) towards IRAS 16293−2422 B Authors: S. Manigand, A. Coutens, J. -C. Loison, V. Wakelam, H. Calcutt, H. S. P. Müller, J. K. Jørgensen, V. Taquet, S. F. Wampfler, T. L. Bourke, B. M. Kulterer, E. F. van Dishoeck, M. N. Drozdovskaya, N. F. W. Ligterink Abstract: …) in the hot corino region of the low-mass protostellar binary IRAS 16293--2422 to understand their formation pathways. We use ALMA observations in Band 6 and 7 from various surveys to search for the presence of C3H6 and C2H3CHO towards the protostar IRAS 16293--2422 B (IRAS 16293B). We report the detection of both C3H6 and C2H3CHO to… A&A. Eu
  • 22) arXiv:2007.03393 Search for Alignment of Disk Orientations in Nearby Star-Forming Regions: Lupus, Taurus, Upper Scorpius, ρ Ophiuchi, and Orion Authors: Masataka Aizawa, Yasushi Suto, Yoko Oya, Shiro Ikeda, Takeshi Nakazato Abstract: …on physics of multiple star formation processes. We select five nearby star-forming regions that comprise a number of proto-planetary disks with spatially-resolved images with ALMA and HST, and search for the mutual alignment of the disk axes. Specifically, we apply the Kuiper test to examine the statistical uniformity of the position angle (PA: the angle of… ApJ EA
  • 23) arXiv:2007.02990 The molecular gas in the central region of NGC 7213 Authors: Francesco Salvestrini, Carlotta Gruppioni, Francesca Pozzi, Cristian Vignali, Andrea Giannetti, Rosita Paladino, Evanthia Hatziminaoglou Abstract: …provide a coherent picture of the role of the AGN and its impact, if any, on the star formation and molecular gas properties of the host galaxy. We focused our study on archival ALMA Cycle 1 observations, where the CO(2-1) emission line has been used as a tracer of the molecular gas. Using the 3DBarolo code on ALMA dat… A&A Eu
  • 24) arXiv:2007.02976 What Drives Galaxy Quenching? Resolving Molecular Gas and Star Formation in the Green Valley Authors: Simcha Brownson, Francesco Belfiore, Roberto Maiolino, Lihwai Lin, Stefano Carniani Abstract: We study quenching in seven green valley galaxies on kpc scales by resolving their molecular gas content using \textsuperscript{12}CO(1-0) observations obtained with NOEMA and ALMA, and their star-formation rate using spatially resolved optical spectroscopy from the MaNGA survey. We perform radial stacking of both datasets to increase the sensitivity to mole… MNRAS Letters Eu
  • 25) arXiv:2007.02974 Large-scale CO spiral arms and complex kinematics associated with the T Tauri star RU Lup Authors: Jane Huang, Sean M. Andrews, Karin I. Öberg, Megan Ansdell, Myriam Benisty, John M. Carpenter, Andrea Isella, Laura M. Pérez, Luca Ricci, Jonathan P. Williams, David J. Wilner, Zhaohuan Zhu Abstract: …well-organized in millimeter continuum emission, CO spectral line observations are increasingly revealing complex behavior at large distances from the host star. We present deep ALMA maps of the J=2−1 transition of 12CO, 13CO, and C18O, as well as the J=3−2 transition of DCO+, toward the T Tauri star RU Lup at a resolution of… ApJ. NA
  • 26) arXiv:2007.02962 Salt, Hot Water, and Silicon Compounds Tracing Massive Twin Disks Authors: Kei E. I. Tanaka, Yichen Zhang, Tomoya Hirota, Nami Sakai, Kazuhito Motogi, Kengo Tomida, Jonathan C. Tan, Viviana Rosero, Aya E. Higuchi, Satoshi Ohashi, Mengyao Liu, Koichiro Sugiyama Abstract: We report results of 0.05"-resolution observations toward the O-type proto-binary system IRAS 16547-4247 with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA). We present dynamical and chemical structures of the circumbinary disk, circumstellar disks, outflows and jets, illustrated by multi-wavelength continuum and various molecular lines. In part… ApJL. EA
  • 27) arXiv:2007.01319 ALMA resolves molecular clouds in the metal poor Magellanic Bridge A Authors: M. T. Valdivia-Mena, M. Rubio, A. D. Bolatto, H. P. Saldaño, C. Verdugo Abstract: …m excess of emission found in single dish surveys. Using the ALMA telescope, we mapped the Magellanic Bridge A molecular cloud with sub-parsec resolution, in 1.3 mm continuum and CO(2-1) line emission. We also map the cloud in 870μm continuum and CO(2-1) line emission at ~6 pc resolution with APEX. We combine the… Astronomy & Astrophysics CH
  • 28) arXiv:2007.01317 Local starburst conditions and formation of GRB 980425 / SN 1998bw within a collisional ring Authors: M. Arabsalmani, F. Renaud, S. Roychowdhury, V. Arumugam, E. Le Floc'h, F. Bournaud, D. Cormier, M. A. Zwaan, L. Christensen, E. Pian, S. Madden, A. Levan Abstract: …the first spatially resolved study of molecular gas in the vicinity of a Gamma Ray Burst, using CO(2-1) emission line observations with the Atacama Large Millimetre Array (ALMA) at ~50 pc scales. The host galaxy of GRB 980425 contains a ring of high column density HI gas which is likely to have formed due to a collision between the GRB host and its companion… ApJ Other (Australia)
  • 29) arXiv:2007.01182 VALES VI: ISM enrichment in star-forming galaxies up to z∼0.2 using 12CO(1-0), 13CO(1-0) and C18O(1-0) line luminosity ratios Authors: H. Méndez-Hernández, E. Ibar, K. K. Knudsen, P. Cassata, M. Aravena, M. J. Michałowski, Zhi-Yu Zhang, M. A. Lara-López, R. J. Ivison, P. van der Werf, V. Villanueva, R. Herrera-Camus, T. M. Hughes Abstract: We present Atacama Large Millimeter/sub-millimeter Array (ALMA) observations towards 27 low-redshift (0.02<z<0.2) star-forming galaxies taken from the Valparaíso ALMA/APEX Line Emission Survey (VALES). We perform stacking analyses of the 12CO(1−0), MNRAS CH
  • 30) arXiv:2007.15440 Collapsing Index: A New Method to Identify Star-forming Cores Based on ALMA Images Authors: Nannan Yue, Yang Gao, Di Li, Liubin Pan Abstract: …of the line width of dense gas. A meaningful measurement of CI requires spatially and spectrally resolved images of optically thin and chemically stable dense gas tracers. ALMA observations are making such data sets increasingly available for massive star-forming regions. Applying our method to one of the deepest dense-gas spectral images ever taken toward RAA Other: China
  • 31) arXiv:2007.15186 Multiwavelength investigation of extended green object G19.88-0.53: Revealing a protocluster Authors: Namitha Issac, Anandmayee Tej, Tie Liu, Watson Varricatt, Sarita Vig, Ishwara Chandra C. H., Mathias Schultheis, Govind Nandakumar Abstract: …young stellar object. We detect an ionized thermal jet using the upgraded Giant Meterwave Radio Telescope, India, which is found to be associated with a massive, dense and hot ALMA 2.7 mm core driving a bipolar CO outflow. Near-infrared spectroscopy with UKIRT-UIST shows the presence of multiple shock-excited H2 lines concurrent with the nature of this region MNRAS Oth: India
  • 32) arXiv:2007.15014 Solving grain size inconsistency between ALMA polarization and VLA continuum in the Ophiuchus IRS 48 protoplanetary disk Authors: Satoshi Ohashi, Akimasa Kataoka, Nienke Van der Marel, Charles L. H. Hull, William R. F. Dent, Adriana Pohl, Paola Pinilla, Ewine F. van Dishoeck, Thomas Henning Abstract: …m ALMA observations of polarized dust emission of this disk. The polarized emission was detected toward a part of the disk. The polarization vectors are parallel to the disk minor axis, and the polarization fraction was derived to be 1−2\%. These characteristics are consistent with models of self-scattering of submillimeter-wave emission, which indicate ApJ EA
  • 33) arXiv:2007.14571 X-ray Observations of a [C II]-bright, z=6.59 Quasar/Companion System Authors: Thomas Connor, Eduardo Bañados, Chiara Mazzucchelli, Daniel Stern, Roberto Decarli, Xiaohui Fan, Emanuele Paolo Farina, Elisabeta Lusso, Marcel Neeleman, Fabian Walter Abstract: …proper kpc) companion galaxy. ALMA observed both the quasar and companion to be bright in [C II], and the system has significant extended Lyα emission around the quasar, suggesting that a galaxy merger is ongoing. Unlike previous studies of two similar systems, and despite observing the system with Chandra for 140 ks, we do not detect the companion in X-rays ApJ NA
  • 34) arXiv:2007.14221 The Ionised- and Cool-Gas Content of The BR1202-0725 System as seen by MUSE and ALMA Authors: A. B. Drake, F. Walter, M. Novak, E. P. Farina, M. Neeleman, D. Riechers, C. Carilli, R. Decarli, C. Mazzucchelli, M. Onoue Abstract: …gas-rich major-merger BR1202-0725 at z~4.7, which constitutes one of the most overdense fields known in the early Universe. We utilise these data in conjunction with existing ALMA observations to compare and contrast the spatially resolved ionised- and cool-gas content of this system which hosts a quasar (QSO), a sub-millimeter galaxy (SMG), the two known op… ApJ Eu
  • 35) arXiv:2007.14102 A wide survey for circumstellar disks in the Lupus complex Authors: P. S. Teixeira, A. Scholz, J. Alves Abstract: …some of the nearest disks to Earth at these ages, and thus provides an important target for follow-up studies of disks and accretion in very low mass stars, for example with ALMA and ESO-VLT X-Shooter. A&A Eu
  • 36. arXiv:2007.12339 Ionized and atomic interstellar medium in the z = 6.003 quasar SDSS J2310+1855 Authors: Jianan Li, Ran Wang, Pierre Cox, Yu Gao, Fabian Walter, Jeff Wagg, Karl M. Menten, Frank Bertoldi, Yali Shao, Bram P. Venemans, Roberto Decarli, Dominik Riechers, Roberto Neri, Xiaohui Fan, Alain Omont, Desika Narayanan Abstract: …between the supermassive black holes and their hosts. To probe the gas physical conditions and search for imprints of Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN) on the ISM, we report ALMA observations of the [N II]122μm and [O I]146μm lines and the underlying continuum from the z=6.003 quasar SDSS J231038.88+185519.7. Together with previous… Apj. Oth: China
  • 37. arXiv:2007.12276 Recombination Lines and Molecular Gas from Hypercompact HII regions in W51 A Authors: Rudy Rivera-Soto, Roberto Galván-Madrid, Adam Ginsburg, Stan Kurtz Abstract: We present a detailed characterization of the population of compact radio-continuum sources in W51 A using subarcsecond VLA and ALMA observations. We analyzed their 2-cm continuum, the recombination lines (RL's) H77α and H30α, and the lines of H2CO(30,3−20,2), H2CO(32,1−22,0), and SO(65−54). We derive diameters The Astrophysical Journal, Oth: (Mexico)

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  • A. arXiv:2007.14439 An analytic model for OIII fine structure emission from high redshift galaxies Authors: Shengqi Yang, Adam Lidz Abstract: Recent ALMA measurements have revealed bright OIII 88 micron line emission from galaxies during the Epoch of Reionization (EoR) at redshifts as large as z∼9. We introduce an analytic model to help interpret these and other upcoming OIII 88 micron measurements. Our approach sums over the emission from discrete Stro¨mgren spheres . NA

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