Issue
A&A
Volume 521, October 2010
Herschel/HIFI: first science highlights
Article Number L28
Number of page(s) 6
Section Letters
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201015086
Published online 01 October 2010

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Spectra of twelve water lines in the high-mass star-forming region NGC 6334 I. Top row: ground-state para transitions of H216O, H218O and H217O. Second row: ground-state ortho transitions of H216O, H218O and H217O. Third row: water transitions with moderate upper state energies. Bottom row: water lines with high upper state energies (>400 K).

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Absorption feature of the blue lobe of the outflow. The spectra of the ground-state transitions of p-H216O, p-H218O, p-H217O, and o-H217O are displayed. The red line shows the dust continuum level.

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Spectrum of H216O 110-101. The red line marks the dust continuum level. The foreground components and the two outflow components are labeled. The velocity range of the broad outflow (pedestal) is marked in light blue and the range of the narrow outflow component is marked in yellow.

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Table 2:   Summary of the observed lines.

Table 3:   Parameters of the narrow absorption features seen in the two ground-state H216O transitions.

Table 4:   Hot core line parameters.

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