Astronomical Pictures from the Canadian Galactic Plane Survey


GSH138-01-094: An Expanding Shell in the Milky Way Galaxy

GSH138-01-094 tif image
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Colour Assignments Contact Information Science Information


Colours Assigned to Data

GSH138-01-094 tif image GSH138-01-094 Multiband
Image composed from the data listed below.

Composed by Jayanne English with support by A. R. Taylor (U. of Calgary).
Observatories:
HI emission image Neutral Hydrogen:
All velocities from -93.80 through -110.29 km/s.
Data collected with the National Research Council of Canada's Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory(DRAO).

Collected as part of the Canadian Galactic Plane Survey(CGPS).
Note that one can easily produce a movie of the following images. If you have ImageMagick installed on a workstation running X windows, simply type "animate layer*" to show the tif files in sequence (or "animate icon*" for the jpegs).
HI emission image Neutral Hydrogen:
Velocities -93.80 through -95.45 km/s.
DRAO/ CGPS
HI emission image Neutral Hydrogen:
Velocities -96.28 through -97.95 km/s.
DRAO/ CGPS
HI emission image Neutral Hydrogen:
Velocities -98.75 through -100.40 km/s.
DRAO/ CGPS
HI emission image Neutral Hydrogen:
Velocities -101.22 through -102.87 km/s.
DRAO/ CGPS
HI emission image Neutral Hydrogen:
Velocities -103.70 through -105.35 km/s.
DRAO/ CGPS
HI emission image Neutral Hydrogen:
Velocities -106.17 through -107.82 km/s.
DRAO/ CGPS
HI emission image Neutral Hydrogen:
Velocities -108.64 through -110.29 km/s.
DRAO/ CGPS
21 cm radio continuum emission Radio Continuum:
21 cm (1420 MHz)
Data collected with the National Research Council of Canada's Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory(DRAO).

Collected as part of the Canadian Galactic Plane Survey(CGPS).
92 cm radio continuum emission Radio Continuum:
92 cm (326 MHz)
Data collected with the Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope (WRST) in the Netherlands..
CO molecular gas emission Molecular Gas:
CO
Data collected with the Five Colleges Radio Astronomy Observatory.
infrared  emission Dust:
Far infrared emission at 100 microns.
Data collected with the Infrared Astronomical Satellite.

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Contact Information:

For information about the activities of the Canadian astronomical community, please contact Robert Lamont ((514) 343-6111).

For information about the construction of these images, their copyright, or their commercial or non-commercial use, please contact Jayanne English ((204)-474-7105; email: jayanne_english@umanitoba.ca).

SCIENCE CONTACT INFORMATION:
A Galactic Shell:
Jeroen Stil or Judith Irwin, Queen's University, Physics Department, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6; PHONE: 613 533-2717/2707; FAX: 613 533-6463; HTTP://www.ras.ucalgary.ca/~stil/CGPS.html

Other:
A. Russ Taylor, University of Calgary, Department of Physics and Astronomy, 2500 University Drive, N.W., Calgary, Alberta Canada T2N 1N4; PHONE: 403 220-5385; FAX: 403 289-3331

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