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 |  Dong-Hwan Yoon  |  dhyoon83@kasi.re.kr  |  SNU/KASI (Doctor course)  |   |  Dong-Hwan Yoon  |  dhyoon83@kasi.re.kr  |  SNU/KASI (Doctor course)  |  
 |  Dong-Jin Kim    |     djkim89@kasi.re.kr    Yonsei Univ/KASI (Master course)  |   |  Dong-Jin Kim    |     djkim89@kasi.re.kr    Yonsei Univ/KASI (Master course)  |  
-|  Sung-Chul Yoon  |    yoon@astro.snu.ac.kr  |  SNU  +|  Sung-Chul Yoon  |    yoon@astro.snu.ac.kr  |  SNU  |
 |  Richard Dodson  |    rdodson@kasi.re.kr    |   ICRAR (Australia)  |   |  Richard Dodson  |    rdodson@kasi.re.kr    |   ICRAR (Australia)  |  
 |  Maria Rioja           maria.rioja@uwa.edu.au  |  OAN (Spain)  |   |  Maria Rioja           maria.rioja@uwa.edu.au  |  OAN (Spain)  |  
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 imaging inform a promising future of simultaneous observations at four bands of KVN. We also carried out full track imaging at 4 bands toward several stars via Open Use and pilot project of KSP. All four-band images including 129 GHz were obtained from VY CMa, IK Tau (Cho et al. 2015 in prep.). For registering these different maser lines, Multi-Frequency Phase Referencing (MFPR) was highly required together with astrometry. Therefore, SFPR technique for KSP with the astrometric alignment of the SiO masers with respect to H2O maser emission are under testing like R LMi by Dodson et al. (2014). imaging inform a promising future of simultaneous observations at four bands of KVN. We also carried out full track imaging at 4 bands toward several stars via Open Use and pilot project of KSP. All four-band images including 129 GHz were obtained from VY CMa, IK Tau (Cho et al. 2015 in prep.). For registering these different maser lines, Multi-Frequency Phase Referencing (MFPR) was highly required together with astrometry. Therefore, SFPR technique for KSP with the astrometric alignment of the SiO masers with respect to H2O maser emission are under testing like R LMi by Dodson et al. (2014).
  
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 +| Figure: Snapshot image of maser spots observed from supergiant VY CMa. All maser lines were observed simultaneously at 4 bands for 1 hour. From the very left panel, each image corresponds to 22 GHz H2O, 43 GHz SiO, 42 GHz SiO, 86 GHz SiO, and 129 GHz SiO, respectively. The color bar of 22 GHz H2O maser map represents the velocity along the line of sight, and the color bar of SiO maser maps represents the integrated intensity. The contour of 129 GHz SiO maser map also represents the integrated intensity. |
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