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  • 1) arXiv:2005.06784 Complex organic molecules in low-mass protostars on solar system scales -- I. Oxygen-bearing species Authors: M. L. van Gelder, B. Tabone, Ł. Tychoniec, E. F. van Dishoeck, H. Beuther, A. C. A. Boogert, A. Caratti o Garatti, P. D. Klaassen, H. Linnartz, H. S. P. Müller, V. Taquet Abstract:The abundance ratios of most O-bearing COMs are roughly fixed between different star-forming regions, and are presumably set at an earlier cold prestellar phase. For several COMs, local source properties become important. Future mid-infrared facilities such as JWST/MIRI will be essential to directly observe COM ices. Combining this with a larger sample of COM-rich sources with ALMA will allow for directly linking ice and gas-phase abundances in order to constrain the routes that produce and maintain chemical complexity during the star formation process. A&A, Eu B3 B6
  • 2). arXiv:2005.05841 Survey of planetesimal belts with ALMA: gas detected around the Sun-like star HD 129590 Authors: Quentin Kral, Luca Matra, Grant Kennedy, Sebastian Marino, Mark Wyatt Abstract: …to better understand the origin of this gas and refine our models. To do so, we carried out a survey of 10 stars with predicted high likelihoods of secondary CO detection using ALMA in band 6. We looked for continuum emission of mm-dust as well as gas emission (CO and CN transitions). The continuum emission was detected in 9/10 systems for which we derived t… ▽ More Eu
  • 3). arXiv:2005.05006 Multiple outflows in the high-mass cluster forming region, G25.82-0.17 Authors: Jungha Kim, Mi Kyoung Kim, Tomoya Hirota, Kee-Tae Kim, Koichiro Sugiyama, Mareki Honma, Do-young Byun, Chungsik Oh, Kazuhito Motogi, Jihyun Kang, Jeongsook Kim, Tie Liu, Bo Hu, Ross A. Burns, James O. Chibueze, Naoko Matsumoto, Kazuyoshi Sunada Abstract: We present results of continuum and spectral line observations with ALMA and 22 GHz water (H2O) maser observations using KaVA and VERA toward a high-mass star-forming region, G25.82-0.17. Multiple 1.3 mm continuum sources are revealed, indicating the presence of young stellar objects (YSOs) at different evolutionary stages, namely an ultra-compact HII reg… ▽ More ApJ EA
  • 4). arXiv:2005.04307 Magnetic Field Structure in Spheroidal Star-Forming Clouds. II. Estimating Field Structure from Observed Maps Authors: Philip C. Myers, Ian W. Stephens, Sayantan Auddy, Shantanu Basu, Tyler L. Bourke, Charles L. H. Hull Abstract: …I. The field strength model has the resolution of the column density map, which is finer than the resolution of the DCF estimate of field strength. The models are applied to ALMA observations of the envelope of the protostar BHR71 IRS1. Column density fits give the density model, from (2.0 +- 0.4) x 10^5 cm^-3 to (7 +- 1) x 10^7 cm^-3 . The density model pre… ▽ More The Astrophysical Journal NA
  • 5). arXiv:2005.04244 Is the gap in the DS Tau disc hiding a planet? Authors: Benedetta Veronesi, Enrico Ragusa, Giuseppe Lodato, Hossam Aly, Christophe Pinte, Daniel J. Price, Feng Long, Gregory J. Herczeg, Valentin Christiaens Abstract: Recent mm-wavelength surveys performed with the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) have revealed protoplanetary discs characterized by rings and gaps. A possible explanation for the origin of such rings is the tidal interaction with an unseen planetary companion. The protoplanetary disc around DS Tau shows a wide gap in the… ▽ More MNRAS Eu
  • 6). arXiv:2005.04075 The formation of the young massive cluster B1 in the Antennae galaxies (NGC 4038/NGC 4039) triggered by cloud-cloud collision Authors: Kisetsu Tsuge, Kengo Tachihara, Yasuo Fukui, Hidetoshi Sano, Kazuki Tokuda, Junko Ueda, Daisuke Iono Abstract: …starbursts in major mergers. Tsuge et al. (2020) showed that the five giant molecular complexes in the Antennae Galaxies have signatures of cloud-cloud collisions based on the ALMA archival data at 60 pc resolution. In the present work we analyzed the new CO data toward the super star cluster (SSC) B1 at 14 pc resolution obtained with… ▽ More Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan EA
  • 7). arXiv:2005.03907 Weak CS Emission in an Extremely Metal-poor Galaxy DDO 70 Authors: Kaiyi Du, Yong Shi, Zhi-Yu Zhang, Junzhi Wang, Yu Gao Abstract: …star formation rate. However, it is unclear if dense molecular gas exists at very low metallicity, and if exists, how it is related to star formation. In this work, we report ALMA observations of the CS J=5→4 emission line of DDO~70, a nearby gas-rich dwarf galaxy with ∼7% solar metallicity. We did not detect CS emission from all regions… ▽ More MNRAS Letters OTHER: China
  • 8). arXiv:2005.03891 Measuring elemental abundance ratios in protoplanetary disks at millimeter wavelenghts Authors: D. Fedele, C. Favre Abstract: …CS, that have been detected with present (sub-)millimeter facilities such as ALMA and NOEMA. We find that the line fluxes, once normalized to the flux of the 13CO J=2−1 line, are sensitive to the elemental abundance ratios. On the other hand, the stellar and disk physical parameters have only a minor effect of the line flux ratios. Our results demonst… ▽ More A&A Eu
  • 9). arXiv:2005.03710 Multi-Waveband Synchrotron Polarization of Gamma-Ray Burst Afterglows Authors: Jiro Shimoda, Kenji Toma bstract: …be a new firm test of the plasma-scale magnetic field model. We also discuss theoretical implications from the recent detection of radio linear polarization in GRB 171205A with ALMA, other models of magnetic field configuration, and Faraday depolarization effects by thermal electrons. ▽ ApJ EA
  • 10). arXiv:2005.03665 Snow-lines can be thermally unstable Authors: James E. Owen Abstract: …in the solid distribution interior to the snow-line. Multiple ring-like structures created by moving snow-lines could potentially explain the sub-structures seen in many {\it ALMA} images. ▽ More MNRAS Eu
  • 11). arXiv:2005.03043 GOODS-ALMA: The slow downfall of star-formation in z = 2-3 massive galaxies Authors: M. Franco, D. Elbaz, L. Zhou, B. Magnelli, C. Schreiber, L. Ciesla, M. Dickinson, N. Nagar, G. Magdis, D. M. Alexander, M. Béthermin, R. Demarco, E. Daddi, T. Wang, J. Mullaney, M. Sargent, H. Inami, X. Shu, F. Bournaud, R. Chary, H. Ferguson, S. L. Finkelstein, M. Giavalisco, C. Gómez-Guijarro, D. Iono , et al. (11 additional authors not shown) Abstract: We investigate the properties of a sample of 35 galaxies, detected with ALMA at 1.1 mm in the GOODS-ALMA field (area of 69 arcmin2, resolution = 0.60", RMS ≃ 0.18 mJy beam−1). Using the UV-to-radio deep multiwavelength coverage of the GOODS-South field, we fit the spectral energy distributions of the… ▽ More A&A Eu B6
  • 12). arXiv:2005.03040 GOODS-ALMA: Using IRAC and VLA to probe fainter millimeter galaxies Authors: M. Franco, D. Elbaz, L. Zhou, B. Magnelli, C. Schreiber, L. Ciesla, M. Dickinson, N. Nagar, G. Magdis, D. M. Alexander, M. Béthermin, R. Demarco, E. Daddi, T. Wang, J. Mullaney, H. Inami, X. Shu, F. Bournaud, R. Chary, H. Ferguson, S. L. Finkelstein, M. Giavalisco, C. Gómez-Guijarro, D. Iono, S. Juneau , et al. (10 additional authors not shown) Abstract: In this paper, we extend the source detection in the GOODS-ALMA field (69 arcmin2, rms sensitivity σ ≃ 0.18 mJy.beam−1), to deeper levels than presented in Franco et al. (2018). Using positional information at 3.6 and 4.5 μm (from Spitzer-IRAC), we explore the presence of galaxies detected at 1.1 mm with… ▽ More A&A Eu B6
  • 13). arXiv:2005.03019 A large amount of diffuse molecular gases in the bar of the strongly barred galaxy NGC1300: Cause of the low star formation efficiency uthors: Fumiya Maeda, Kouji Ohta, Yusuke Fujimoto, Asao Habe, Kaito Ushio Abstract: …) flux obtained from the interferometer of ALMA 12-m array, which has no sensitivity on diffuse (extended; FWHM ⪆700 pc) molecular gases due to the lack of ACA, and the total 12CO(1−0) flux obtained from Nobeyama 45-m single-dish telescope. We find that the SFE decreases with increasing fdif. The fdif and SFE are… ▽ More MNRAS EA B3
  • 14). arXiv:2005.02712 Annular substructures in the transition disks around LkCa 15 and J1610 Authors: S. Facchini, M. Benisty, J. Bae, R. Loomis, L. Perez, M. Ansdell, S. Mayama, P. Pinilla, R. Teague, A. Isella, A. Mann Abstract: We present high resolution millimeter continuum ALMA observations of the disks around the T Tauri stars LkCa 15 and J1610. These disks host dust-depleted inner regions, possibly carved by massive planets, and are of prime interest to study the imprints of planet-disk interactions. While at moderate angular resolution they appear as a broad ring surrounding a… ▽ More Astronomy & Astrophysics Eu B6
  • 15). arXiv:2005.01733 ALMACAL VII: First Interferometric Number Counts at 650 μm Authors: A. Klitsch, M. A. Zwaan, Ian Smail, C. Peroux, A. D. Biggs, Chian-Chou Chen, R. J. Ivison, G. Popping, C. Lagos, M. Bethermin, A. M. Swinbank, A. Hamanowicz, R. Dutta bstract: …m submillimetre number counts. Using the Band 8 data from the ALMACAL survey, we have analysed 81 ALMA calibrator fields together covering a total area of 5.5~arcmin2. The typical central rms in these fields is ∼100μJy~beam−1 with the deepest maps reaching σ=47μJy~beam−1 at sub-arcsec resolution. Multi-wavelength coverage from ALMACAL… ▽ More MNRAS Eu B9
  • 16). arXiv:2005.01705 Magnetic fields in the early stages of massive star formation as revealed by ALMA Authors: Junhao Liu, Qizhou Zhang, Keping Qiu, Hauyu Baobab Liu, Thushara Pillai, Josep Miquel Girart, Zhi-Yun Li, Ke Wang Abstract: We present 1.3 mm ALMA dust polarization observations at a resolution of ∼0.02 pc of three massive molecular clumps, MM1, MM4, and MM9, in the infrared dark cloud G28.34+0.06. With the sensitive and high-resolution continuum data, MM1 is resolved into a cluster of condensations. The magnetic field structure in each clump is revealed by the polarized emi… ▽ More ApJ Other: China B6
  • 17). arXiv:2005.01652 Tidal Interaction between the UX Tauri Disk A/C System Revealed by ALMA Authors: Luis A. Zapata, Luis F. Rodrí guez, Manuel Fernández-López, Aina Palau, Robert Estalella, Mayra Osorio, Guillem Anglada, Nuria Huelamo Abstract: …2) line archive observations of the disk star system in UX Tauri carried out with ALMA (The Atacama Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array). These observations reveal the gas and dusty disk surrounding the young star UX Tauri A with a large signal-to-noise ratio (>400 in the continuum and >50 in the line), and for the first time is detected the molec… ▽ More The Astrophysical Journal Other: Mx B6 B7
  • 18). arXiv:2005.10398 ALMA reveals the coherence of the magnetic field geometry in OH 231.8+4.2 Authors: L. Sabin, R. Sahai, W. H. T. Vlemmings, Q. Zhang, A. A. Zijlstra, T. Gledhill, M. Huarte-Espinosa, A. F. Pérez Sánchez, E. Lagadec, S. G. Navarro Abstract: …a continuing effort to investigate the role of magnetic fields in evolved low and intermediate mass stars (principally regarding the shaping of their envelopes), we present new ALMA high resolution polarization data obtained for the nebula OH 231.8+4.2. We found that the polarized emission likely arises from aligned grains in the presence of magnetic fields… ▽ More Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Main Journal Oth: Mx
  • 19). arXiv:2005.10279 ALMA [CII] 158um imaging of an HI-Selected Major Merger at z~4 Authors: J. Xavier Prochaska, Marcel Neeleman, Nissim Kanekar, Marc Rafelski Abstract: We present high spatial-resolution (~2kpc) Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) observations of [CII] 158um and dust-continuum emission from a galaxy at z=3.7978 selected by its strong HI absorption (a damped Lya absorber, DLA) against a background QSO. Our ALMA images reveal a pair of star-forming galax… ▽ More ApJL 2019ApJ...886L..35P NA
  • 20). arXiv:2005.09730 [pdf, other] astro-ph.SR astro-ph.EP astro-ph.GA Hints of a Population of Solar System Analog Planets from ALMA Authors: Deryl Long, Ke Zhang, Richard Teague, Edwin Bergin Abstract: The recent ALMA DSHARP survey provided illuminating results on the diversity of substructures in planet forming disks. These substructures trace pebble-sized grains accumulated at local pressure maxima, possibly due to planet-disk interactions or other planet formation processes. DSHARP sources are heavily biased to large and massive disks that only represen… ▽ More The Astrophysical Journal Letters (May 18, 2020) NA
  • 21). arXiv:2005.09653 VLA-ALMA Spectroscopic Survey in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field (VLASPECS): Total Cold Gas Masses and CO Line Ratios for z=2-3 "Main Sequence" Galaxies Authors: Dominik A. Riechers, Leindert A. Boogaard, Roberto Decarli, Jorge Gonzalez-Lopez, Ian Smail, Fabian Walter, Manuel Aravena, Christopher L. Carilli, Paulo C. Cortes, Pierre Cox, Tanio Diaz-Santos, Jacqueline A. Hodge, Hanae Inami, Rob J. Ivison, Melanie Kaasinen, Jeff Wagg, Axel Weiss, Paul van der Werf Abstract: …six detections of CO(J=1-0) emission and one upper limit in z=2-3 galaxies originally detected in higher-J CO emission in the Atacama Large submillimeter/Millimeter Array (ALMA) Spectroscopic Survey in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field (ASPECS). From the CO(J=1-0) line strengths, we measure total cold molecular gas masses of M_gas = 2.4-11.6 x 10^10 (alpha_CO/3.6)… ▽ More ApJ Letters NA
  • 22). arXiv:2005.09064 Possible evidence of ongoing planet formation in AB Aurigae. A showcase of the SPHERE/ALMA synergy Authors: A. Boccaletti, E. Di Folco, E. Pantin, A. Dutrey, S. Guilloteau, Y. W. Tang, V. Piétu, E. Habart, J. Milli, T. L. Beck, A. -L. Maire Abstract: …to take place in the first million years of a planetary system through various processes, which remain to be tested through observations. Aims. With the recent discovery, using ALMA, of two gaseous spiral arms inside the 120 au cavity and connected to dusty spirals, the famous protoplanetary disk around AB Aurigae presents a strong incentive for investigatin… ▽ More Astronomy and Astrophysics, Eu
  • 23). arXiv2005.09661 A Cold, Massive, Rotating Disk 1.5 Billion Years after the
Big Bang Marcel Neeleman1;, J. Xavier Prochaska2;3, Nissim Kanekar4 & Marc Rafelski5;6 Massive disk galaxies like the Milky Way are expected to form at late times in traditional models of galaxy formation, but recent numerical simulations suggest that such galaxies could form as early as one billion years after the Big Bang through the accretion of cold material and mergers. It has, however, been observationally difficult to identify disk galaxies in emission at high redshift, in order to discern between these two competing galaxy formation scenarios. Here we report on 1.3 kpc resolution imaging of the [C II] 158-um line, far-infrared dust continuum, and near-ultraviolet continuum emission from an absorptionselected galaxy at z = 4.2603. These observations show that the emission arises from gas inside a cold, dusty, rotating disk with a rotational velocity of 272+52 13 km s-1. The detectio of CO(2-1) emission from the galaxy yields a molecular mass that is consistent with the dynamical mass estimate from the [C II] emission ofMdyn = (7.2 pm 2.3) 1010 solar masses. The existence of such a massive, rotationally-supported, cold disk galaxy when the universe was only 1.5 billion years old, favors formation through either cold mode accretion or mergers, although its large rotational velocity and large cold gas content remain challenging to reproduce with most numerical simulations. Nature PR Eu B6 B1-VLA
  • 24) arXiv:2005.13967 Linking the small scale relativistic winds and the large scale molecular outflows in the z = 1.51 lensed quasar HS 0810+2554 Authors: George Chartas, Eric Davidson, Marcella Brusa, Cristian Vignali, Massimo Cappi, Mauro Dadina, Giovanni Cresci, Rosita Paladino, Giorgio Lanzuisi, Andrea Comastri Abstract: We present Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) observations of the quadruply lensed z=1.51 quasar HS 0810+2554 which provide useful insight on the kinematics and morphology of the CO molecular gas and the ~2 mm continuum emission in the quasar host galaxy. Lens modeling of the mm-continuum and the spectrally integrated CO(3-2) images indicate… ▽ More Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society NA
  • 25) arXiv:2005.13612 VLA and ALMA observations of the lensed radio-quiet quasar SDSS J0924+0219: a molecular structure in a 3 microJy radio source Authors: S. Badole, N. Jackson, P. Hartley, D. Sluse, H. R. Stacey, H. Vives-Arias Abstract: We present Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) and Atacama Large Millimetre Array (ALMA) observations of SDSS J0924+0219, a z = 1.524 radio-quiet lensed quasar with an intrinsic radio flux density of about 3 micro-Jy. The four lensed images are clearly detected in the radio continuum and the CO(5-4) line, whose centroid is at z = 1.5254 +/- 0.0001, with a marginal detection in the submillimetre… ▽ More Eu
  • 26) arXiv:2005.13454 AlFoCS + Fornax3D: resolved star formation in the Fornax cluster with ALMA and MUSE Authors: Nikki Zabel, Timothy A. Davis, Marc Sarzi, Boris Nedelchev, Mélanie Chevance, J. M. Diederik Kruijssen, Enrichetta Iodice, Maarten Baes, George J. Bendo, Enrico Maria Corsini, Ilse De Looze, P. Tim de Zeeuw, Dimitri A. Gadotti, Marco Grossi, Reynier Peletier, Francesca Pinna, Paolo Serra, Freeke van de Voort, Aku Venhola, Sébastien Viaene, Catherine Vlahakis Abstract: We combine data from ALMA and MUSE to study the resolved (~300 pc scale) star formation relation (star formation rate vs. molecular gas surface density) in cluster galaxies. Our sample consists of 9 Fornax cluster galaxies, including spirals, ellipticals, and dwarfs, covering a stellar mass range of ~10^8.8 - 10^11 M_Sun. CO(1-0) and extinction corrected Halpha were used as tracers for the molecul… ▽ More MNRAS. Eu
  • 27) arXiv:2005.13346 ALMA 26 arcmin2 survey of GOODS-S at one-millimeter (ASAGAO): millimeter properties of stellar mass selected galaxies Authors: Y. Yamaguchi, K. Kohno, B. Hatsukade, T. Wang, Y. Yoshimura, Y. Ao, J. S. Dunlop, E. Egami, D. Espada, S. Fujimoto, N. H. Hayatsu, R. J. Ivison, T. Kodama, H. Kusakabe, T. Nagao, M. Ouchi, W. Rujopakarn, K. Tadaki, Y. Tamura, Y. Ueda, H. Umehata, W. -H. Wang Abstract: We make use of the ASAGAO, deep 1.2 mm continuum observations of a 26 arcmin2 region in the GOODS-South field obtained with ALMA, to probe dust-enshrouded star formation in K-band selected (i.e., stellar mass selected) galaxies, which are drawn from the ZFOURGE catalog. Based on the ASAGAO combined map, which was created by combining ASAGAO and ALMA archival data in the GOODS-South field, we… ▽ More PASJ. EA
  • 28) arXiv:2005.13077 Magnetic Field Structure of Orion Source I Authors: Tomoya Hirota, Richard L. Plambeck, Melvyn C. H. Wright, Masahiro N. Machida, Yuko Matsushita, Kazuhito Motogi, Mi Kyoung Kim, Ross A. Burns, Mareki Honma Abstract: …20 AU resolution, using the VLA and ALMA, respectively. The 28SiO transitions in the ground vibrational state are a mixture of thermal and maser emission. Comparison of the polarization position angles in the J=1-0 and J=2-1 transitions allows us to set an upper limit on possible Faraday rotation of 104 radians m−2, which would twist the… ▽ More The Astrophysical Journal EA
  • 29) arXiv:2005.12921 Outflows, Cores and Magnetic Field Orientations in W43-MM1 as seen by ALMA Authors: C. Arce, F. Louvet, P. Cortes, F. Motte, C. L. H. Hull, V. J. M. Le Gouellec, G. Garay, T. Nony, P. Didelon, L. Bronfman Abstract: It has been proposed that the magnetic field, pervasive in the ISM, plays an important role in the process of massive star formation. To better understand its impact at the pre and protostellar stages, high-angular resolution observations of polarized dust emission toward a large sample of massive dense cores are needed. To this end, we used the Atacama Large Millimeter Array in Band 6 (1.3 mm) in… ▽ More A&A, CH
  • 30) arXiv:2005.12920 Illuminating a tadpole's metamorphosis II: observing the on-going transformation with ALMA Authors: Megan Reiter, Andrés E. Guzmán, Thomas J. Haworth, Pamela D. Klaassen, Anna F. McLeod, Guido Garay, Joseph C. Mottram bstract: We present new Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) observations of the tadpole, a small globule in the Carina Nebula that hosts the HH 900 jet+outflow system. Our data include 12CO, 13CO, C18O J=2-1, 13CO, C18O J=3-2, and serendipitous detections of DCN J=3-2 and CS J=7-6. With angular resolution comparable to the Hubble Space Telescope (HST), our data reve… ▽ More MNRAS, Eu
  • 31) arXiv:2005.12717 IRIS and ALMA Observations Uncovering a Type-II Spicule and the Dynamic Nature of a Chromospheric Plage Region Authors: Georgios Chintzoglou, Bart De Pontieu, Juan Martínez-Sykora, Viggo Hansteen, Jaime de la Cruz Rodríguez, Mikolaj Szydlarski, Shahin Jafarzadeh, Sven Wedemeyer, Timothy S. Bastian, Alberto Saínz Dalda Abstract: We present observations of the solar chromosphere obtained simultaneously with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (\emph{ALMA}) and the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph (\emph{IRIS}). The observatories targeted a chromospheric plage region of which the spatial distribution (split between strongly and weakly magnetized regions) allowed the study of linear-like structures in isola… ▽ More Astrophysical Journal NA
  • 32) arXiv:2005.12080 ATOMS: ALMA Three-millimeter Observations of Massive Star-forming regions -- II. Compact objects in ACA observations and star formation scaling relations Authors: Tie Liu, Neal J. Evans, Kee-Tae Kim, Pail F. Goldsmith, Sheng-Yuan Liu, Qizhou Zhang, Kenichi Tatematsu, Ke Wang, Mika Juvela, Leonardo Bronfman, Maria. R. Cunningham, Guido Garay, Tomoya Hirota, Jeong-Eun Lee, Sung-Ju Kang, Di Li, Pak-Shing Li, Diego Mardones, Sheng-Li Qin, Isabelle Ristorcelli, Anandmayee Tej, L. Viktor Toth, Jing-Wen Wu, Yue-Fang Wu, Hee-weon Yi , et al. (19 additional authors not shown) Abstract: We report studies of the relationships between the total bolometric luminosity (Lbol or LTIR) and the molecular line luminosities of J=1−0 transitions of H13CN, H13CO+, HCN, and HCO+ with data obtained from ACA observations in the "ATOMS" survey of 146 active Galactic star forming regions. The correlations between Lbol and molecular line luminosities… ▽ More MNRAS. Other: China

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