volume 13, issue S336, P184-186 2017
DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317010493
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L. H. Quiroga-Nuñez, H. J. van Langevelde, L. O. Sjouwerman, Y. M. Pihlström, M. J. Reid, A. G. A. Brown, J. A. Green

Abstract: Radio astrometric campaigns using VLBI have provided distances and proper motions for masers associated with young massive stars (BeSSeL survey). The ongoing BAaDE project plans to obtain astrometric information of SiO maser stars located in the inner Galaxy. These stars are associated with evolved, mass-losing stars. By overlapping optical (Gaia), infrared (2MASS, MSX and WISE) and radio (BAaDE) sources, we expect to obtain important clues on the intrinsic properties and population distribution of late-type …

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