Recent Publications from Tidbinbilla

Purcell, C.R., Minier, V., Longmore, S.N., Andre, Ph., Walsh, A. J., Jones, P., Herpin, F., Hill, T., Cunningham, M. R., Burton, M. G., 2009, A&A, 504, 139, Multi-generation massive star-formation in NGC 3576

Surcis, G., Tarchi, A., Henkel, C., Ott, J., Lovell, J., Castangia, P., 2009, A&A, 502, 529, New H2O masers in Seyfert and FIR bright galaxies. III. The southern sample

Curran, S.J. Whiting, M.T., Wiklind, T., Webb, J.K., Murphy, M.T., Purcell, C.R., 2008, MNRAS, 391, 765 A Survey for Redshifted Molecular and Atomic Absorption Lines II

Valdettaro, R., Chapman, J.M., Lovell, J.E.J., Palla, F., 2007, A&A, 466, 247 H2O maser emission from bright rimmed clouds in the southern hemisphere

Deacon, R.M.,Chapman J.M., Green, A.J., Sevenster, M.N., 2007, ApJ, 658, 1096 H2O maser observations of candidate post-AGB stars and discovery of three high velocity water sources

Kondratko, P.T., Greenhill, L.J., Moran, J.M., Lovell, J.E.J., Kuiper, T.B.H., Jauncey, D.L., Cameron, L.B., Gómez, J.F., García-Miró, C., Moll, E., de Gregorio-Monsalvo, I., & Jiménez-Bailón, E. 2006, ApJ 638, 100 Discovery of Water Maser Emission in Eight AGNs with 70 m Antennas of NASA's Deep Space Network

McCallum, J.N., Ellingsen, S.P., Jauncey, D.L., Lovell, J.E.J., Greenhill, L.J., 2005, AJ, 129, 1231, Scintillation in the Circinus galaxy H2O megamasers

Ellingsen, S.P., Cragg, D.M., Lovell, J.E.J., Sobolev, A.M., Ramsdale, P.D., Godfery, P.D., 2004, MNRAS, 354, 401, Discovery of new 19.9 methanol masers in star-forming regions

Greenhill, L.J., Kondratko, J.E., Lovell, J.E.J., Kuiper, T.B.H., Moran, J.M., Jauncey, D.L., Baines, G.P., 2003, ApJ 582, L11, The discovery of H2O maser emission in seven active galactic nuclei and at high velocities in the Circinus galaxy

Greenhill, L.J., Booth, R.S., Ellingsen, S.P., Herrnstein, J.R., Jauncey, D.L., McCulloch, P.M., Moran, J.M., Norris, R.P., Reynolds, J.E., Tzioums, A.K., 2003, ApJ 590, 162, A warped accretion disc and wide-angle outflow in the inner parsec of the Circinus galaxy


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