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2020A&A...638A..74L viz 252       D     X C F     4 35 ~ The Herschel view of the dense core population in the Ophiuchus molecular cloud. LADJELATE B., ANDRE P., KONYVES V., et al.
2020A&A...640L...6C 485       D     X C F     9 22 ~ Ubiquitous NH3 supersonic component in L1688 coherent cores. CHOUDHURY S., PINEDA J.E., CASELLI P., et al.
2019ApJ...872..207A 21 ~ Magnetic field structure of dense cores using spectroscopic methods. AUDDY S., MYERS P.C., BASU S., et al.
2019ApJ...877...43L 90           X         2 9 ~ The JCMT BISTRO survey: the magnetic field in the starless core ρ Ophiuchus C. LIU J., QIU K., BERRY D., et al.
2019ApJ...877...93C 108       D       C       8 187 ~ Droplets. I. Pressure-dominated coherent structures in L1688 and B18. CHEN H.H.-H., PINEDA J.E., GOODMAN A.A., et al.
2019ApJS..245....2S 18       D               4 63 ~ Dust polarization toward embedded protostars in Ophiuchus with ALMA. III. Survey overview. SADAVOY S.I., STEPHENS I.W., MYERS P.C., et al.
2018ApJ...859....4K viz 23 5 A first look at BISTRO observations of the ρ Oph-A core. KWON J., DOI Y., TAMURA M., et al.
2017A&A...597A..90D viz 281     A     X C       6 107 5 Proper motion survey and kinematic analysis of the ρ Ophiuchi embedded cluster. DUCOURANT C., TEIXEIRA R., KRONE-MARTINS A., et al.
2017A&A...608A.133L viz 21 4 Gas and dust in the star-forming region ρ Oph A. II. The gas in the PDR and in the dense cores. LARSSON B. and LISEAU R.
2017ApJ...835....3L viz 85             C       2 60 5 Externally heated protostellar cores in the Ophiuchus star-forming region. LINDBERG J.E., CHARNLEY S.B., JORGENSEN J.K., et al.
2017ApJ...836..194P 17       D               2 51 5 Large-scale spectroscopic mapping of the ρ Ophiuchi molecular cloud complex. I. The C2H-to-N2H ratio as a signpost of cloud characteristics. PAN Z., LI D., CHANG Q., et al.
2016A&A...587A.118P viz 56 9 Deuterium fractionation in the Ophiuchus molecular cloud. PUNANOVA A., CASELLI P., PON A., et al.
2016A&A...592A..88P 25     A               1 17 6 First stars of the ρ Ophiuchi dark cloud XMM-Newton view of ρ Oph and its neighbors. PILLITTERI I., WOLK S.J., CHEN H.H., et al.
2016ApJ...833L..14L 84             C       1 50 4 On the origin of C4H and CH3OH in protostellar envelopes. LINDBERG J.E., CHARNLEY S.B. and CORDINER M.A.
2015ApJS..220...17K viz 123     A D     X         4 52 11 Wide-field infrared polarimetry of the ρ Ophiuchi cloud core. KWON J., TAMURA M., HOUGH J.H., et al.
2015MNRAS.447.1996W viz 313     A S   X   F     6 63 19 The James Clerk Maxwell telescope Legacy Survey of the Gould Belt: a molecular line study of the Ophiuchus molecular cloud. WHITE G.J., DRABEK-MAUNDER E., ROSOLOWSKY E., et al.
2015MNRAS.450.1094P 617       S   X C F     12 115 56 The JCMT Gould Belt Survey: first results from the SCUBA-2 observations of the Ophiuchus molecular cloud and a virial analysis of its prestellar core population. PATTLE K., WARD-THOMPSON D., KIRK J.M., et al.
2014MNRAS.439.3039L 140       D     X         4 12 24 Simulating star formation in Ophiuchus. LOMAX O., WHITWORTH A.P., HUBBER D.A., et al.
2013MNRAS.436.2680L 80           X         2 9 8 The intrinsic shapes of starless cores in Ophiuchus. LOMAX O., WHITWORTH A.P. and CARTWRIGHT A.
2011A&A...526A..31P 80               F     1 15 34 Extended emission of D2H+ in a prestellar core. PARISE B., BELLOCHE A., DU F., et al.
2011ApJ...726...23G 39           X         1 68 29 Substellar objects in nearby young clusters (SONYC). II. The brown dwarf population of ρ Ophiuchi. GEERS V., SCHOLZ A., JAYAWARDHANA R., et al.
2011ApJ...726...46N 39           X         1 39 27 The molecular outflows in the ρ Ophiuchi main cloud: implications for turbulence generation. NAKAMURA F., KAMADA Y., KAMAZAKI T., et al.
2011MNRAS.417..216S 252       D     X   F     6 65 14 The initial conditions of isolated star formation – X. A suggested evolutionary diagram for pre-stellar cores. SIMPSON R.J., JOHNSTONE D., NUTTER D., et al.
2010ApJ...708.1002F 57 35 The initial conditions of clustered star formation. II. N2H+ observations of the Ophiuchus B core. FRIESEN R.K., DI FRANCESCO J., SHIMAJIRI Y., et al.
2010ApJ...714..680M 39           X   F     92 30 Physical properties of dense cores in the ρ Ophiuchi main cloud and a significant role of external pressures in clustered star formation. MARUTA H., NAKAMURA F., NISHI R., et al.
2010ApJ...718..666F 39           X         1 20 22 The initial conditions of clustered star formation. III. The deuterium fractionation of the Ophiuchus B2 core. FRIESEN R.K., DI FRANCESCO J., MYERS P.C., et al.
2009A&A...498..167V viz 116           X         3 60 45 The nature of the class I population in Ophiuchus as revealed through gas and dust mapping. VAN KEMPEN T.A., VAN DISHOECK E.F., SALTER D.M., et al.
2009ApJ...697.1457F 3443     A D     X C F     88 48 47 The initial conditions of clustered star formation. I. NH3Observations of dense cores in Ophiuchus. FRIESEN R.K., DI FRANCESCO J., SHIRLEY Y.L., et al.
2008MNRAS.389.1209S 93       D     X         3 26 54 The structures of embedded clusters in the Perseus, Serpens and Ophiuchus molecular clouds. SCHMEJA S., KUMAR M.S.N. and FERREIRA B.
2008MNRAS.391..205S 109 41 The initial conditions of star formation - VIII. An observational study of the Ophiuchus cloud L1688 and implications for the pre-stellar core mass function. SIMPSON R.J., NUTTER D. and WARD-THOMPSON D.
2007A&A...472..519A viz 73 141 The initial conditions of star formation in the Ophiuchus main cloud: Kinematics of the protocluster condensations. ANDRE P., BELLOCHE A., MOTTE F., et al.
2007MNRAS.379.1390S 397       D S   X C F     8 21 38 The dust temperatures of the pre-stellar cores in the ρ Oph main cloud and in other star-forming regions: consequences for the core mass function. STAMATELLOS D., WHITWORTH A.P. and WARD-THOMPSON D.
2006A&A...445..979P 52 93 Probing the formation of intermediate- to high-mass stars in protoclusters. A detailed millimeter study of the NGC 2264 clumps. PERETTO N., ANDRE P. and BELLOCHE A.
2006A&A...447..609S viz         O           246 95 An unbiased search for the signatures of protostars in the ρ Ophiuchi molecular cloud. II. Millimetre continuum observations. STANKE T., SMITH M.D., GREDEL R., et al.
2006A&A...453L..47P 3 7 50 Spatial mapping of ices in the Ophiuchus-F core. A direct measurement of CO depletion and the formation of CO2. PONTOPPIDAN K.M.
2006MNRAS.368.1787C 11 18 Clumpy shocks and the clump mass function. CLARK P.C. and BONNELL I.A.
2006MNRAS.368.1833N 54 38 A SCUBA survey of L1689 - the dog that didn't bark. NUTTER D., WARD-THOMPSON D. and ANDRE P.
2005A&A...430..549W viz         O           14 21 The interstellar C18O/C17O ratio in the solar neighbourhood: The ρ Ophiuchus cloud. WOUTERLOOT J.G.A., BRAND J. and HENKEL C.
2005ApJ...625..194K 19 31 Large-scale CO and [C I] emission in the ρ Ophiuchi molecular cloud. KULESA C.A., HUNGERFORD A.L., WALKER C.K., et al.
2004ApJS..150..343E viz 254 8 A uniform database of 2.2-16.5 µm spectra from the ISOCAM CVF spectrometer. ENGELKE C.W., KRAEMER K.E. and PRICE S.D.
2003A&A...401..613A viz 61 36 ISOCAM-CVF spectroscopy of the circumstellar environment of young stellar objects. ALEXANDER R.D., CASALI M.M., ANDRE P., et al.
2002ApJ...566..993A viz 173 58 Hubble space Telescope/NICMOS imaging survey of the Ophiuchus (Lynds 1688) cluster. ALLEN L.E., MYERS P.C., DI FRANCESCO J., et al.
2002NewAR..46..573M 22 3 Irradiation phenomena in young solar-type stars and the early solar system : X-ray observations and gamma-ray constraints. MONTMERLE T.
2001A&A...372..173B viz 230 211 ISOCAM observations of the ρ Ophiuchi cloud: Luminosity and mass functions of the pre-main sequence embedded cluster. BONTEMPS S., ANDRE P., KAAS A.A., et al.
2001ApJ...551..357W 56 45 Infrared properties of weak radio sources in the ρ Ophiuchi molecular cloud. WILKING B.A., BONTEMPS S., SCHULER R.E., et al.
2001ApJ...563..361I 27 42 X-ray detection from bona fide and candidate brown dwarfs in the ρ Ophiuchi cloud with Chandra. IMANISHI K., TSUJIMOTO M. and KOYAMA K.
2000A&A...359..113G viz 73 49 X-rays and regions of star formation: a combined ROSAT-HRI/near-to-mid IR study of the ρ Oph dark cloud. GROSSO N., MONTMERLE T., BONTEMPS S., et al.
2000ApJ...532.1089T 1 21 70 Quasi-periodic X-ray flares from the protostar YLW 15. TSUBOI Y., IMANISHI K., KOYAMA K., et al.
2000ApJ...532.1097M 3 10 96 Rotation and X-ray emission from protostars. MONTMERLE T., GROSSO N., TSUBOI Y., et al.
2000ApJ...540..255P 1 44 190 Accelerating star formation in clusters and associations. PALLA F. and STAHLER S.W.
1998A&A...336..150M 1 141 844 The initial conditions of star formation in the ρ Ophiuchi main cloud: wide-field millimeter continuum mapping. MOTTE F., ANDRE P. and NERI R.
1996A&A...311..858B 1 82 456 Evolution of outflow activity around low-mass embedded young stellar objects. BONTEMPS S., ANDRE P., TEREBEY S., et al.
1995ApJ...438..813S viz 142 89 The evolutionary status of the stellar population in the rho Ophiuchi cloud core. STROM K.M., KEPNER J. and STROM S.E.
1993ApJ...406..122A 13 25 1026 Submillimeter continuum observations of rho Ophiuchi A: the candidate protostar VLA 1623 and prestellar clumps. ANDRE P., WARD-THOMPSON D. and BARSONY M.
1993ApJ...414..759T 48 115 The contribution of disks and envelopes to the millimeter continuum emission from very young low-mass stars. TEREBEY S., CHANDLER C.J. and ANDRE P.
1992A&A...265..743M 24 50 Dust emission from star-forming regions MEZGER P.G., SIEVERS A., ZYLKA R., et al.
1990ApJ...365..269L 42 125 Cold DCO+ cores and protostars in the warm rho Ophiuchi cloud. LOREN R.B., WOOTTEN A. and WILKING B.A.
1989ApJ...338..925L 103 103 The cobwebs of Ophiuchus. II. 13 CO filament kinematics. LOREN R.B.

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