The HASHTAG project I. A survey of CO(3–2) emission from the star forming disc of M31

@article{Li2019TheHP,
  title={The HASHTAG project I. A survey of CO(3–2) emission from the star forming disc of M31},
  author={Zongnan Li and Zhiyuan Li and Matthew W. L. Smith and Christine D. Wilson and Yu Gao and Stephen A. Eales and Yiping Ao and Martin Bureau and Aeree Chung and Timothy A. Davis and Richard de Grijs and David J. Eden and Jinhua He and Thomas M. Hughes and Xuejian Jiang and Francisca Kemper and Isabella Lamperti and Bumhyun Lee and Chien-Hsiu Lee and Michał Jerzy Michałowski and Harriet Parsons and Sarah E. Ragan and Peter Scicluna and Yong Shi and Xindi Tang and Neven Tomi{\vc}i{\'c} and S'ebastien Viaene and Thomas G. Williams and Ming Zhu},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2019}
}
We present a CO(3–2) survey of selected regions in the M31 disc as part of the JCMT large programme, HARP and SCUBA-2 High-Resolution Terahertz Andromeda Galaxy Survey (HASHTAG). The 12 CO(3–2) fields in this survey cover a total area of 60 arcmin2, spanning a deprojected radial range of 2–14 kpc across the M31 disc. Combining these observations with existing IRAM 30 m CO(1–0) observations and JCMT CO(3–2) maps of the nuclear region of M31, as well as dust temperature and star formation rate… 
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