volume 13, issue S336, P293-294 2017
DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317010171
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G. MacLeod, D. Smits, S. Goedhart, S. Ellingsen, T. Hunter, C. Brogan

Abstract: AbstractWe present Kitty, an unprecedented and near simultaneous flaring event in ten transitions (6 hydroxyl, 1 water and 3 methanol), that began on 1 January 2015 in the massive star-forming region NGC6334F located in the Cat’s Paw Nebula. The brightest components in each transition increased by factors of 20 to 70 in line with a factor of ~70 increase in dust emission luminosity for the source MM1. We also report the detection of only the fifth known 4.660 GHz hydroxyl maser and that it varied in a correlat…

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