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• The almost ubiquitous association of 6.7-GHz methanol masers with dust ﻿

(2015-02)
We report the results of 870-μm continuum observations, using the Large APEX Bolometer Camera, towards 77 class-II, 6.7-GHz methanol masers identified by the Methanol MultiBeam (MMB) survey to map the thermal emission from ...
• ATLASGAL - environments of 6.7 GHz methanol masers ﻿

(2013-05-01)
Using the 870 micron APEX Telescope large area survey of the Galaxy, we have identified 577 submillimetre continuum sources with masers from the methanol multibeam survey in the region 280deg lt ell lt 20deg; |b| lt 1deg.5 ...
• ATLASGAL - properties of a complete sample of Galactic clumps ﻿

(2018-01-01)
The APEX Telescope Large Area Survey of the Galaxy (ATLASGAL) is an unbiased 870 μm submillimetre survey of the inner Galactic plane (|ℓ| < 60° with |b| < 1.°5). It is the largest and most sensitive ground-based submillimetre ...
• ATLASGAL - towards a complete sample of massive star forming clumps ﻿

(2014-09-11)
By matching infrared-selected, massive young stellar objects (MYSOs) and compact HII regions in the Red MSX Source survey to massive clumps found in the submillimetre ATLASGAL (APEX Telescope Large Area Survey of the Galaxy) ...
• ATLASGAL -- physical parameters of dust clumps associated with 6.7 GHz methanol masers ﻿

(2019-12-01)
We have constructed the largest sample of dust-associated class II 6.7 GHz methanol masers yet obtained. New measurements from the the Methanol MultiBeam (MMB) Survey were combined with the 870 $\mu$m APEX Telescope Large ...
• ATLASGAL --- Molecular fingerprints of a sample of massive star forming clumps ﻿

(2019-04-21)
We have conducted a 3-mm molecular-line survey towards 570 high-mass star-forming clumps, using the Mopra telescope. The sample is selected from the 10 000 clumps identified by the ATLASGAL (APEX Telescope Large Area Survey ...
• Clouds, filaments, and protostars : The Herschel Hi-GAL Milky Way ﻿

(2010-07-01)
We present the first results from the science demonstration phase for the Hi-GAL survey, the Herschel key program that will map the inner Galactic plane of the Milky Way in 5 bands. We outline our data reduction strategy ...
• Giving physical significance to the Hi-GAL data : determining the distance of cold dusty cores in the Milky Way ﻿

(2011)
Context: Hi-GAL, an open time key-project of the Herschel satellite, was awarded 343 hours observing time to carry out a 5-band photometric imaging survey at 70, 160, 250, 350, and 500 mu m of a vertical bar b vertical bar ...
• The Hi-GAL compact source catalogue – I. The physical properties of the clumps in the inner Galaxy (−71. ◦ 0 < ℓ < 67.◦ 0) ﻿

(2017-10-11)
Hi-GAL (Herschel InfraRed Galactic Plane Survey) is a large-scale survey of the Galactic plane, performed with Herschel in five infrared continuum bands between 70 and 500 µm. We present a band-merged catalogue of spatially ...
• Hi-GAL, the Herschel infrared Galactic Plane Survey : photometric maps and compact source catalogues. First data release for Inner Milky Way: +68°> l > -70° ﻿

(2016-07-04)
(Abridged) We present the first public release of high-quality data products (DR1) from Hi-GAL, the {\em Herschel} infrared Galactic Plane Survey. Hi-GAL is the keystone of a suite of continuum Galactic Plane surveys from ...
• Hi-GAL: The Herschel Infrared Galactic Plane Survey ﻿

(2010-03-01)
Hi-GAL, the Herschel infrared Galactic Plane Survey, is an Open Time Key Project of the Herschel Space Observatory. It will make an unbiased photometric survey of the inner Galactic plane by mapping a 2° wide strip in the ...

(2007)
• Probing the initial conditions of high-mass star formation II : Fragmentation, stability, and chemistry towards high-mass star-forming regions G29.96-0.02 and G35.20-1.74 ﻿

(2011)
Most work on high-mass star formation has focused on observations of young massive stars in protoclusters. Very little is known about the preceding stage. Here, we present a new high-resolution study of pre-protocluster ...
• SCAMPS : the SCUBA Massive Precluster Survey ﻿

(2005)
We have started a large survey campaign (SCAMPS) to locate a statistical sample of massive precluster cores via their sub-mm continuum emission and to determine their physical and chemical properties. Here we present the ...

(2005)