Chemistry of Carbon-Chain Molecules around Massive Young Stellar Objects / Enhancing spectroscopy with fiber injection

[Speaker1]
Kotomi Taniguchi, SOKENDAI D2 (Supervisor; Masao Saito)
[Title]
Chemistry of Carbon-Chain Molecules around Massive Young Stellar Objects
[Abstract]
Carbon-chain molecules account for approximately 40% of the interstellar molecules, and they provide us with useful information about the star formation process. However, studies about carbon-chain molecules have been mainly conducted in low-mass star-forming regions. We now investigate the chemistry of carbon-chain molecules in high-mass star-forming regions. In this talk, I talk about the recent results with the single-dish telescopes, the Nobeyama 45-m telescope and the Green Bank 100-m telescope. We found that cyanopolyynes (HC2n+1N) are particularly abundant in high-mass star-forming regions, and the chemistry of carbon-chain molecules may be different from that in low-mass star-forming regions, namely warm carbon chain chemistry (WCCC).

[Speaker2]
Ko Hosokawa, M1, SOKENDAI (Supervisor; Takayuki Kotani)
[Title]
Enhancing spectroscopy with fiber injection

Infrared long-term observations of the transiting hot Jupiter candidate / Formation Paths to Interstellar Glycine / The Model of Kernel Profiles while a Planet Transits on a Stellar Disk

[Speaker 1]
Masahiro Onitsuka, D3, Sokendai, Mitaka (supervisor : Tomonori Usuda, Naruhisa Takato, Norio Narita,Motohide Tamura)
[Title]
Infrared long-term observations of the transiting hot Jupiter candidate

[Speaker 2]
Taiki Suzuki,D3, Sokendai, Mitaka (supervisor :M.Ohishi, M.Saito, T.Hirota)
[Title]
Formation Paths to Interstellar Glycine

[Speaker 3]
Noriharu Watanabe, M1, Sokendai, Mitaka (supervisor :Norio Narita)
[Title]
The Model of Kernel Profiles while a Planet Transits on a Stellar Disk