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Science with the Submillimeter Array: Present and Future
November 4(Mon)-5(Tue), 2019
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Poster Presentation

JCMT CO(3-2) mapping of M31

Author(s): Zongnan Li, Zhiyuan Li (Nanjing university), Mathew Smith (Cardiff University), Yu Gao (Purple Mountain Observatory)

Presenter: Zongnan Li (Nanjing University)

Studies of Andromeda (M31) are important as it is the only other large spiral in the Local Group, and unlike the Milky Way we can obtain a complete census of all star formation, gas and dust in the galaxy. In this poster I present an on-going JCMT submillimetre survey: HARP and SCUBA-2 High-Resolution Terahertz Andromeda Galaxy Survey (HASHTAG) is a new 280 hour project observing the cold dust of the whole disk of Andromeda at 450 and 850┬Ám and selected regions in CO(J=3-2). The combination of Herschel and HASHTAG observations, in addition to the application of a new SED fitting technique, PPMAP, will produce maps of the dust in Andromeda with ~

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