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Paper: Targets for Future Southern mm-VLBI Experiments from the Mopra SiO Line Survey
Volume: 340, Future Directions in High Resolution Astronomy: The 10th Anniversary of the VLBA
Page: 404
Authors: Cassol, N.C.; Luedke, E.
Abstract: A survey has been made in the SiO J = 2 − 1(v = 1) transition at 86.243 GHz and J = 2 − 1(v = 0) transition at 86.846 GHz with the Mopra radiotelescope and the SEST telescope for color-selected IRAS sources in the galactic disk with detected OH maser emission. A comparison between NVSS survey images show that radio continuum sources are spatially associated with radio positions of the brightest SiO masers. A few sources show hot blackbody temperatures with T > 300 K and broad thermal wings are seen underlying the main SiO maserline at 3 mm.
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