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Paper: VLBA and EVN Imaging of GL2789
Volume: 340, Future Directions in High Resolution Astronomy: The 10th Anniversary of the VLBA
Page: 367
Authors: Val'tts, I.E.; Slysh, V.I.; Voronkov, M.A.; Migenes, V.
Abstract: Radio images of maser spots in the infrared source GL2789, connected with the young stellar object V645Cyg, have been obtained as a result of the radio interferometric observations of H2O maser at 22 GHz and methanol maser at 6.7 GHz, with the VLBI arrays VLBA and EVN. It was shown that the position of the masers coincide with the optical object within 0.″2. The maser spots are located along the line North-South, and their position and radial velocity can be described by a model of the Keplerian disk.
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