PMO 13.7m data
There are three types of observed data produced by the 13.7-meter millimeter-wave radio telescope. The first type is observed in the single-point observation mode according to the requirements of the observer. Each spectral line contains one Fits file, and one record in the database table corresponds to the header information of one file.A total of 3.06 million spectral lines have been observed since 2003.The second method is to use OTF observation mode to observe data as required by the observer. and two fits cube files are generated after averaging the scan results of the same area mapped every day, with one record in the database corresponding to the header information of that two file. The scan area ranges from 10′ × 10′ to 30′ × 30′, and more than 5,900 areas have been observed since 2011.The third is Milky Way Imaging Scroll Painting (MWISP), It is a large-scale systematic survey for the galactic plane, including 12CO (1-0), 13CO (1-0), and C18O (1-0) molecules. This project covers the northern sky area in the Galactic longitude of 10°- 250° and Galactic latitude of |b|≤ 5°, as well as some interesting regions, which are divided into basic cells (CELLs) according to the Galactic coordinates, and each CELL has a size of 30' × 30' with 3 fits cube files,Since 2011, 10,188 CELL have been observed.
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Please note the use of the Purple Mountain Observatory Qinghai Observatory 13.7 m telescope and millimeter wave radio astronomy database.MWISP Data Acknowledgement： This research made use of the data from the Milky Way Imaging Scroll Painting (MWISP) project, which is a multi-line survey in 12CO/13CO/C18O along the northern galactic plane with PMO-13.7m telescope. We are grateful to all the members of the MWISP working group, particularly the staff members at PMO-13.7m telescope, for their long-term support. MWISP was sponsored by National Key R&D Program of China with grant 2017YFA0402701 and CAS Key Research Program of Frontier Sciences with grant QYZDJ-SSW-SLH047. For more information please visit http://www.radioast.csdb.cn/english/ywsm.php