Proc. IAU volume 13, issue S336, P251-254 2017 DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317010250 View full text
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Todd R. Hunter, Crystal L. Brogan, James O. Chibueze, Claudia J. Cyganowski, Tomoya Hirota, Gordon C. MacLeod

Abstract: AbstractOur 2015-2016 ALMA 1.3 to 0.87 mm observations (resolution ~200 au) of the massive protocluster NGC6334I revealed that an extraordinary outburst had occurred in the dominant millimeter dust core MM1 (luminosity increase of 70×) when compared with earlier SMA data. The outburst was accompanied by the flaring of ten maser transitions of three species. We present new results from our recent JVLA observations of Class II 6.7 GHz methanol masers and 6 GHz excited OH masers in this region. Class II masers ha…

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