2017
DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317007736
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Abstract: We present preliminary results of the high resolution (0.10″ × 0.15″) observations of the high mass star forming region S255IR with ALMA in several spectral windows from ∼335 GHz to ∼350 GHz. The main target lines were C34S(7–6), CH3CN(19K − 18K), CO(3–2) and SiO(8–7), however many other lines of various molecules have been detected, too. We present sample spectra and maps, discuss briefly the source structure and kinematics. A new, never predicted methanol maser line has been discovered.

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“…Various authors reported about four bursts from NIRS3, including the recent one, within the last ∼ 7000 years (Wang et al 2011;Zinchenko et al 2015;Burns et al 2016). The arrangement of bow shocks in the outflows in this region seems to support multiple outbursts (Zinchenko et al 2015), although most recent ALMA data shows that the situation is complicated and the youngest of the bow shocks is produced by another source in the region, SMA2 (Zinchenko et al 2018).…”
Section: Comparison With Observationsmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…Various authors reported about four bursts from NIRS3, including the recent one, within the last ∼ 7000 years (Wang et al 2011;Zinchenko et al 2015;Burns et al 2016). The arrangement of bow shocks in the outflows in this region seems to support multiple outbursts (Zinchenko et al 2015), although most recent ALMA data shows that the situation is complicated and the youngest of the bow shocks is produced by another source in the region, SMA2 (Zinchenko et al 2018).…”
Section: Comparison With Observationsmentioning
confidence: 96%