ngVLA-J memo series

The ngVLA-J memo series contain potential science cases enabled by the new capabilities of the ngVLA. Please contact us if you are interested in submitting a contribution.

Unveiling the Formation of Solar System Analogues on Terrestrial Scales

IDTitleFirst Author
1Hydrogen Radio Recombination Lines from Accreting Planets Open in new windowHashimoto, J.
2Possibility of giant planet formation by pebble accretion in Class 0/I phases Open in new windowTanaka, Y.
3Ring Structures by Coagulation of Dust Aggregates in Protostellar Disks observed by ngVLA Open in new windowOhashi, S.
4Substructures in the Protostellar Phase: Connection to Planet Formation Open in new windowNakatani, R.
5Grain Growth Probed by ngVLA Polarimetric Observations Open in new windowUeda. T.
6Observing the NH3 snowline in protoplanetary disks with ngVLA Open in new windowFuruya, K.
7Thermal Tomography of the Inner Regions of Protoplanetary Disks with the ngVLA and ALMA Open in new windowOkuzumi, S.
8Observations of Circumplanetary Disks with ngVLA Open in new windowHu, B.
9Prospects of High Spatial Resolution Observations with ngVLA Open in new windowMuto, T.
10Investigating the impact of X-rays on the molecular abundances of inner envelopes and disks around low-mass protostars with ngVLA Open in new windowNotsu, S.

Probing the Initial Conditions for Planetary Systems and Life with Astrochemistry

IDTitleFirst Author
1The Hot and Dynamic Birth of Massive Stars from the ngVLA Perspective Open in new windowTanaka,K.
2Towards a comprehensive understanding of molecular cloud life cycle based on HI observations with the ngVLA Open in new windowKobayashi, M.
3Carbon-Chain Chemistry around Massive Young Stellar Objects – Revealing the Origins of Chemical Diversity – Open in new windowTaniguchi, K.
4Chemical Diversity in Young Protoplanetary DiskOpen in new windowSakai, N.

Charting the Assembly, Structure, and Evolution of Galaxies Over Cosmic Time

IDTitleFirst Author
1Constraining the Nature of Superluminous Supernovae and their Host Galaxies with ngVLA Open in new windowHatsukade, B.
2Cold Molecular Gas Halo at z ∼ 6 with ngVLA Open in new windowFujimoto, S.
3Unveiling Dusty Starbursts by ngVLA Observations of Radio Recombination Lines Open in new windowMichiyama, T.
4Characterizing the physical conditions of cold/warm gas in submillimeter bright galaxies at z > 3 Open in new windowTadaki, K.
5Obscured Growth of Super Massive Black Holes at the Earliest Universe Open in new windowIzumi, T.
6Mapping NH3 in nearby U/LIRGs using the ngVLA Open in new windowUeda, J.

Understanding the Formation and Evolution of Stellar and Supermassive BH’s in the Era of Multi-Messenger Astronomy

IDTitleFirst Author
1Understanding the mass growth of supermassive black holes in the universe Open in new windowImanishi, M.
2Hunting for wandering massive black holes with ngVLA Open in new windowInayoshi, K.
3ngVLA will spatially pin-down mBHs and jets in optically-faint radio-loud galaxies Open in new windowIchikawa, K.
4Searching for intermediate-mass black holes in the Central Molecular Zone of our Galaxy Open in new windowTakekawa, S.
5GRB and Transient Sciences Open in new windowUrata, Y.
6Observing Relativistic Jets in Active Galactic Nuclei with ngVLA Open in new windowHada, K.
7Multiphase Gas Morphology and Dynamics in the Circumnuclear Region Open in new windowSawada-Satoh, S.
8Resolving the Parsec-scale Feeding and Feedback Flows of Ionized Gas around Active Galactic Nuclei Open in new windowIzumi, T.

Stellar Physics and the Sun

IDTitleFirst Author
1Stellar Atmosphere and Magnetism Observing with the ngVLA Open in new windowShimojo, M.