Astrophysics and Space Science | VOL. 72
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2.4 μm emission from the galactic centre region

Publication Date Sep 1, 1980

Abstract

It is shown that the 2.6 mm CO emission profile in the regions of two unidentified 2.4 μm features observed near the galactic centre is consistent with an explanation of these features in terms of inhomogeneities in interstellar extinction. From our observations we estimate the mass to luminosity ratio of the galactic central bulge to beM/Lv=4.

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Interstellar Extinction
Μm Emission
CO Emission
Emission Profile
Galactic Bulge
Central Bulge
Μm Features

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