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The H2O Southern Galactic Plane Survey (HOPS) has mapped a 100 degree strip of the Galactic plane (-70° > l > 30°, | b | < 0.5°) at 12 mm wavelengths. Thermal lines of interest include the NH3 J,K = (1,1) and (2,2) transitions, which probe molecular cloud densities on the order of n > 10 4 cm -3. The spatial resolution of the survey is 2’, and the velocity resolution is ~0.42 km/s. The link to the homepage for the HOPS survey can be found here.
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Sep 5, 2016
Andrew Walsh, 2016, "HOPS Extended Observations: Spectral Line (3D)", https://doi.org/10.7910/DVN/HUHMJV, Harvard Dataverse, V1
This dataset consists of extended spectral line mapping of NH3 (1,1), NH3 (2,2), and H2O masers. The 100 sq. deg. survey region is broken up into eleven strips, and all cubes are available for download at the HOPS data product page here.
Sep 5, 2016
Cormac Purcell, 2016, "HOPS Catalogs: Spectral Line", https://doi.org/10.7910/DVN/LTZFAX, Harvard Dataverse, V1
This dataset consists of three catalogs derived from mining the HOPS extended spectral line observations with the ATNF DUCHAMP source finding algorithm. The three catalogs cover the same spectral lines as the extended observations (NH3 (1,1), NH3 (2,2), and H2O masers) and consis...
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