An ALMA Study of the Massive Molecular Clump N159W-North in the Large Magellanic Cloud: A Possible Gas Flow Penetrating One of the Most Massive Protocluster Systems in the Local Group

@article{Tokuda2022AnAS,
  title={An ALMA Study of the Massive Molecular Clump N159W-North in the Large Magellanic Cloud: A Possible Gas Flow Penetrating One of the Most Massive Protocluster Systems in the Local Group},
  author={Kazuki Tokuda and Taisei Minami and Yasuo Fukui and Tsuyoshi Inoue and Takeru Nishioka and Kisetsu Tsuge and Sarolta Zahorecz and Hidetoshi Sano and Ayu Konishi and C.-H. Rosie Chen and Marta Sewiło and Suzanne C. Madden and Omnarayani Nayak and Kazuya Saigo and Atsushi Nishimura and Kei E. I. Tanaka and Tsuyoshi Sawada and R{\'e}my Indebetouw and Kengo Tachihara and Akiko Kawamura and Toshikazu Onishi},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2022},
  volume={933}
}
Massive dense clumps in the Large Magellanic Cloud can be an important laboratory to explore the formation of populous clusters. We report multiscale ALMA observations of the N159W-North clump, which is the most CO-intense region in the galaxy. High-resolution CO isotope and 1.3 mm continuum observations with an angular resolution of ∼0.″25 (∼0.07 pc) revealed more than five protostellar sources with CO outflows within the main ridge clump. One of the thermal continuum sources, MMS-2, shows an… 

Structural and Dynamical Analysis of the Quiescent Molecular Ridge in the Large Magellanic Cloud

We present a comparison of low-J 13CO and CS observations of four different regions in the LMC—the quiescent Molecular Ridge, 30 Doradus, N159, and N113, all at a resolution of ∼3 pc. The regions 30

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The white ellipse in the lower left corner in the lower left panel shows the beam size, 2. ′′ 2 × 1. ′′ 8, of the 12 CO data