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The JCMT Gould Belt Survey – Results from HARP and SCUBA-2
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The Gould Belt Survey is a project to map a large number of nearby star-forming molecular clouds, and includes a range of environments – from the energetic clustered Orion cloud to the low-mass cool Taurus cloud. It will use HARP and SCUBA -2 to make velocity-resolved measurements of molecular gas and to map the dust continuum respectively.
I will present some new SCUBA -2 data that I have reduced, as an example of the finished maps that we produce. I will also present a comparison on HCO + and HCN emission, which traces the dense gas in star-forming regions.
This talk is part of the Cavendish Astrophysics Seminars series.
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