Fredrik von Schéele

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Context. Molecular oxygen, O 2 , has been expected historically to be an abundant component of the chemical species in molecular clouds and, as such, an important coolant of the dense interstellar medium. However, a number of attempts from both ground and from space have failed to detect O 2 emission. Aims. The work described here uses heterodyne(More)
  • SURVEYOR MOPS, S. Barabash, +6 authors J.-E. Wahlund
  • 2006
Mars Orbiting Plasma Surveyor (MOPS) is a microsatellite mission focused on studies of the near-Mars environment and the planet-solar wind interaction. The recent findings by the ESA Mars Express mission further highlighted the complexity of the processes taking place at the planet resulting from the solar wind interaction that strongly affect the planet's(More)
The Odin satellite has been used to detect emission and absorption in the 557-GHz H 16 2 O line in the Galactic Centre towards the Sgr A * Circumnuclear Disk (CND), and the Sgr A +20 km s −1 and +50 km s −1 molecular clouds. Strong broad H 2 O emission lines have been detected in all three objects. Narrow H 2 O absorption lines are present at all three(More)
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