Caswell OH 032.74-00.07 , the SIMBAD biblio

Caswell OH 032.74-00.07 , the SIMBAD biblio (11 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2020.10.31CET03:41:48


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2006A&A...453..911F viz         O           35 16 New signposts of massive star formation in the S235A-B region. FELLI M., MASSI F., ROBBERTO M., et al.
2003A&A...407..573B 34 34 Long-term study of water masers associated with Young Stellar Objects. II. Analysis. BRAND J., CESARONI R., COMORETTO G., et al.
2002A&A...383..244V 62 19 Long-term study of water maser emission associated with young stellar objects. I. The database. VALDETTARO R., PALLA F., BRAND J., et al.
1999A&A...343..939R 95 5 A search for methanol masers at 9.978GHz and 10.058GHz. ROELLIG M., KEGEL W.H., MAUERSBERGER R., et al.
1999A&AS..137...43F viz 91 63 OH and H2O masers in 74 star-forming regions. The FC89 database. FORSTER J.R. and CASWELL J.L.
1993A&AS..101..153P viz 771 103 Classification and statistical properties of galactic H2O masers. PALAGI F., CESARONI R., COMORETTO G., et al.
1991ApJ...380L..75M 99 312 The discovery of a new, very strong and widespread interstellar methanol maser line. MENTEN K.M.
1989A&A...213..339F 88 222 The spatial relationship of OH and H2O masers. FORSTER J.R. and CASWELL J.L.
1983A&AS...54..167B 394 90 Catalogue of non stellar molecular maser sources and their probable infrared counterparts in the galactic plane. BRAZ M.A. and EPCHTEIN N.
1983AuJPh..36..417C 61 74 Atlas of main-line OH masers in the galactic longitude range 3 to 60. CASWELL J.L. and HAYNES R.F.
1983AuJPh..36..443C 72 29 New H2O masers associated with main-line OH masers in the galactic longitude range 3 to 60. CASWELL J.L., BATCHELOR R.A., FORSTER J.R., et al.

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