Hongzhi Yu

Telescope Proposals (accepted)

2021-06-02 · 2 min read

PI

  1. Galactic interstellar sulfur and carbon isotopes: A new tool to study 12^{12}C/ 13^{13}C isotopic ratio
    The ARO 12 Meter Telescope, 26 Hours, (ID: Yu-2020A). 2021

  2. Galactic interstellar sulfur isotopes: A radial 32^{32}S/ 34^{34}S gradient?
    The IRAM 30m Telescope, 50.5 Hours, (ID: 022-20). 2020

  3. Measuring Galactic interstellar sulfur isotope ratios toward massive star forming regions
    The ARO 12 Meter Telescope, 135 Hours, (ID: Yu-H-2018B) 2018

  4. Measuring Galactic interstellar sulfur isotope ratios toward massive star forming regions
    The Shanghai Tianma 65m Radio Telescope, 50 Hours. (ID: YHZ-2018) 2018

Co-I

  1. Measurements of the gradients of isotope ratios 12^{12}C/13^{13}C and 14^{14}N/15^{15}N in our Galaxy from CN
    The IRAM 30m Telescope, 38.5 Hours,(ID: 004-20). 2020
  2. Searching for OH Megamasers towards Ultra-Luminous Galaxies
    Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST), 7 hours, (ID: PT2020-0046) 2020
  3. Systematic observations on NH3 and 15NH3 toward a large sample of star forming regions
    The 100-m Effelsberg Radio Telescope, 55.0 Hours, (ID: 93-19). 2019
  4. Isotope ratio 18^{18}O/17^{17}O in Galactic molecular clouds
    James Clerk Maxwell Telescope, 100 Hours, (ID: M19AP021). 2019A
  5. Oxygen isotope ratio of 18^{18}O/17^{17}O in the outer galactic disk
    The ARO 12 Meter Telescope, 175 Hours, (ID: Liu-2018B) 2018B