A wind-blown bubble in the Central Molecular Zone cloud G0.253+0.016

@inproceedings{Henshaw2021AWB,
  title={A wind-blown bubble in the Central Molecular Zone cloud G0.253+0.016},
  author={Jonathan D. Henshaw and Mark R. Krumholz and N. Butterfield and Jonathan Mackey and Adam Ginsburg and Thomas J. Haworth and Francisco Nogueras-Lara and Ashley T. Barnes and Steven N. Longmore and John Bally and J. M. Diederik Kruijssen and Elisabeth A. C. Mills and Henrik Beuther and Daniel L. Walker and Cara Battersby and Alyssa M. Bulatek and T Henning and J{\"u}rgen Ott and Juan D. Soler},
  year={2021}
}
G0.253+0.016, commonly referred to as “the Brick” and located within the Central Molecular Zone, is one of the densest (≈ 103−4 cm−3) molecular clouds in the Galaxy to lack signatures of widespread star formation. We set out to constrain the origins of an arc-shaped molecular line emission feature located within the cloud. We determine that the arc, centred on {l0, b0} = {0. ◦248, 0. ◦018}, has a radius of 1.3 pc and kinematics indicative of the presence of a shell expanding at 5.2+2.7 −1.9 km… 

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