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Carbon monoxide in an extremely metal-poor galaxy
Shi, Yong; Wang, Junzhi; Zhang, Zhi-Yu; Gao, Yu; Hao, Cai-Na; Xia, Xiao-Yang; Gu, Qiusheng
2016
发表期刊NATURE COMMUNICATIONS
卷号7期号:0页码:13789
摘要Extremely metal-poor galaxies with metallicity below 10% of the solar value in the local universe are the best analogues to investigating the interstellar medium at a quasi-primitive environment in the early universe. In spite of the ongoing formation of stars in these galaxies, the presence of molecular gas (which is known to provide the material reservoir for star formation in galaxies such as our Milky Way) remains unclear. Here we report the detection of carbon monoxide (CO), the primary tracer of molecular gas, in a galaxy with 7% solar metallicity, with additional detections in two galaxies at higher metallicities. Such detections offer direct evidence for the existence of molecular gas in these galaxies that contain few metals. Using archived infrared data, it is shown that the molecular gas mass per CO luminosity at extremely low metallicity is approximately one-thousand times the Milky Way value.
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条目标识符http://libir.pmo.ac.cn/handle/332002/17067
专题星系中的恒星形成研究团组
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Shi, Yong,Wang, Junzhi,Zhang, Zhi-Yu,et al. Carbon monoxide in an extremely metal-poor galaxy[J]. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS,2016,7(0):13789.
APA Shi, Yong.,Wang, Junzhi.,Zhang, Zhi-Yu.,Gao, Yu.,Hao, Cai-Na.,...&Gu, Qiusheng.(2016).Carbon monoxide in an extremely metal-poor galaxy.NATURE COMMUNICATIONS,7(0),13789.
MLA Shi, Yong,et al."Carbon monoxide in an extremely metal-poor galaxy".NATURE COMMUNICATIONS 7.0(2016):13789.
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