CO J=2->1 observations of the nearby galaxies Dwingeloo 1 and Dwingeloo 2

@inproceedings{Tilanus1997COJO,
  title={CO J=2->1 observations of the nearby galaxies Dwingeloo 1 and Dwingeloo 2},
  author={R. P. T. Tilanus and William Butler Burton},
  year={1997}
}
We present an exploratory survey of the central regions of the nearby spiral galaxies Dwingeloo 1 and Dwingeloo 2 made in the CO J=2->1 line at 230GHz using the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope. In Dwingeloo 1, which is probably the nearest grand-design barred spiral, the CO emission was sampled along a cross with its major axis aligned with the bar. The CO emission is an order of magnitude weaker (peak Tmb=~70mK) than in its neighbours IC 342 and Maffei 2 and appears to be confined to the nucleus… CONTINUE READING

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