ALMA Long Baseline Observations of the Strongly Lensed Submillimeter Galaxy HATLAS J090311.6+003906 at z=3.042

  title={ALMA Long Baseline Observations of the Strongly Lensed Submillimeter Galaxy HATLAS J090311.6+003906 at z=3.042},
  author={A. Partnership and C. Vlahakis and T. Hunter and J. Hodge and L. P'erez and P. Andreani and C. Brogan and P. Cox and S. Mart{\'i}n and M. Zwaan and S. Matsushita and W. Dent and C. Impellizzeri and E. Fomalont and Y. Asaki and D. Barkats and R. Hills and A. Hirota and R. Kneissl and E. Liuzzo and R. Lucas and N. Marcelino and K. Nakanishi and N. Phillips and A. Richards and I. Toledo and R. Aladro and D. Brogui{\`e}re and J. Cort{\'e}s and P. Cortes and D. Espada and F. Galarza and D.Garcia-Appadoo and L. Guzm{\'a}n-Ram{\'i}rez and A. Hales and E. Humphreys and T. Jung and S. Kameno and R. Laing and S. Leon and G. Marconi and A. Mignano and B. Nikoli{\'c} and L. Nyman and M. Radiszcz and A. Remijan and J. Rod'on and T. Sawada and S. Takahashi and R. Tilanus and B. V. Vilaro and L. Watson and T. Wiklind and Y. Ao and J. Francesco and B. Hatsukade and E. Hatziminaoglou and J. Mangum and Y. Matsuda and E. V. Kampen and A. Wootten and I. Gregorio-Monsalvo and G. Dumas and H. Francke and J. Gallardo and J. Garcia and S. Gonzalez and T. Hill and D. Iono and T. Kamiński and A. Karim and M. Krips and Y. Kurono and C. Lonsdale and C. L{\'o}pez and F. Morales and K. Plarre and L. Videla and E. Villard and J. Hibbard and K. Observatory and Chile. and E. Observatory and Alonso de C'ordova 3107 and Vitacura and Santiago and N. R. A. Observatory and Charlottesville and Usa and Socorro and H Germany and Iram and France. and I. O. Astronomy and Astrophysics and A. Sinica and Taiwan and National Space Development Agency of Japan and Japan. and I. Space and A. Science and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and A. Group and C. Laboratory and Cambridge and UK. and Istituto di Radioastronomia and Bologna and Italy. and Institut de Plan'etologie et d'Astrophysique de Grenoble and J. B. C. F. Astrophysics and U. Manchester and Korea Astronomy and S. Institute and J Korea and L. Observatory and Leiden University and The Netherlands. and National Research Council Herzberg AstronomyAstrophysics and Canada. and Argelander Institute for Astronomy and Bonn},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
We present initial results of very high resolution Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) observations of the $z$=3.042 gravitationally lensed galaxy HATLAS J090311.6+003906 (SDP.81). These observations were carried out using a very extended configuration as part of Science Verification for the 2014 ALMA Long Baseline Campaign, with baselines of up to 15 km. We present continuum imaging at 151, 236 and 290 GHz, at unprecedented angular resolutions as fine as 23 milliarcseconds (mas… Expand

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