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Combined velocity-resolved C+ and dust polarization observations of 30 Doradus

AuthorsGoicoechea, Javier R.
Issue Date18-Sep-2019
PublisherGerman Astronomical Society
CitationAnnual Meeting of the German Astronomical Society (2019)
AbstractWe present a 400 square arcmin map of the velocity-resolved C+ emission toward 30 Doradus super stellar cluster in the LMC. The C+ emission observed with the UPGREAT receiver delineates shell structures around large-scale bubbles filled with hot, X-ray emitting gas ultimately produced by the strong stellar feedback from tens of massive stars in the region. We present a preliminary analysis of the gas velocity field and compare it with the orientation and strength of the magnetic field inferred from polarization observations at 154 microns and obtained with SOFIA/HAWC+.
DescriptionMission to the Universe: from Earth to Planets, Stars & Galaxies, Stuttgart, 16 to 20 September 2019. -- https://conference.dsi.uni-stuttgart.de/event/2/
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