SH 2-241 , the SIMBAD biblio

SH 2-241 , the SIMBAD biblio (55 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2020.04.02CEST18:40:21


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2019A&A...623A.105G viz 47           X         1 72 ~ A Sino-German λ6 cm polarisation survey of the Galactic plane. IX. H II regions. GAO X.Y., REICH P., HOU L.G., et al.
2017A&A...600A..93F viz 1 10 12 Star formation towards the Galactic H II region RCW 120. Herschel observations of compact sources. FIGUEIRA M., ZAVAGNO A., DEHARVENG L., et al.
2015AJ....150..147F viz 17       D               2 124 22 A CGPS look at the spiral structure of the outer Milky Way. I. Distances and velocities to star-forming regions. FOSTER T. and BRUNT C.M.
2015ApJS..221...26A viz 17       D               1 316 27 Finding distant galactic HII regions. ANDERSON L.D., ARMENTROUT W.P., JOHNSTONE B.M., et al.
2013ApJ...765..129V 16       D               1 82 16 Testing 24 µm and infrared luminosity as star formation tracers for galactic star-forming regions. VUTISALCHAVAKUL N. and EVANS II N.J.
2012A&A...542A..10A 1062       D S   X C F     24 22 62 The dust properties of bubble HII regions as seen by Herschel. ANDERSON L.D., ZAVAGNO A., DEHARVENG L., et al.
2012ApJ...746..116C 81             C       1 11 20 The Fermi bubble as a source of cosmic rays in the energy range >1015 eV. CHENG K.-S., CHERNYSHOV D.O., DOGIEL V.A., et al.
2011ARep...55.1086L 62 3 Search for class I methanol maser emission in various types of objects in the interstellar medium. LITOVCHENKO I.D., ALAKOZ A.V., VAL'TTS I.E., et al.
2010ApJS..188..313W 16       D               7 100 130 The properties of massive, dense clumps: mapping surveys of HCN and CS. WU J., EVANS N.J., SHIRLEY Y.L., et al.
2009A&A...494..987P 39           X         1 64 51 Triggered star formation on the borders of the Galactic HII region RCW 82. POMARES M., ZAVAGNO A., DEHARVENG L., et al.
2007ApJS..170..152A         O           71 19 A search for formaldehyde 6 cm emission toward young stellar objects. II. H2 CO and H110α observations. ARAYA E., HOFNER P., GOSS W.M., et al.
2006ApJS..162..346R viz 126 98 Abundance gradients in the Galaxy. RUDOLPH A.L., FICH M., BELL G.R., et al.
2005A&A...433..565D 1 50 138 Triggered massive-star formation on the borders of Galactic HII regions. I. A search for ``collect and collapse'' candidates. DEHARVENG L., ZAVAGNO A. and CAPLAN J.
2004A&A...426..503W viz 437 163 A study of high velocity molecular outflows with an up-to-date sample. WU Y., WEI Y., ZHAO M., et al.
2003A&A...399..141M viz 2100 43 Merged catalogue of reflection nebulae. MAGAKIAN T.Y.
2003ApJS..149..375S 1 75 160 A CS J=5⟶4 mapping survey toward high-mass star-forming cores associated with water masers. SHIRLEY Y.L., EVANS II N.J., YOUNG K.E., et al.
2002ApJS..143..469M 1 63 208 The physical conditions for massive star formation: dust continuum maps and modeling. MUELLER K.E., SHIRLEY Y.L., EVANS II N.J., et al.
2000AcApS..20..383W 67 2 Searches for massive molecular cloud cores with CO isotopes. WU Y.-F., WU J.-W., WANG J.-Z., et al.
1999A&A...348..600P 85 24 J=1-0 HCN toward bright far-infrared sources in the outer Galaxy. PIROGOV L.
1999A&AS..138..187L 16 7 Galactic anticenter CO survey. I. Area l=178° to 186°, b=3.5deg to 6°. LEE Y., JUNG J.-H., CHUNG H.-S., et al.
1999ChA&A..23....6W 73 T                   6 3 High velocity gas in S241 and IRAS 19529+2704. WU Y.-F., YANG C.-Y. and LI Y.-X.
1998A&AS..132..211H viz 664 50 A survey of SiO emission towards interstellar masers. I. SiO line characteristics. HARJU J., LEHTINEN K., BOOTH R.S., et al.
1998A&AS..133..337Z viz 81 33 Studies of dense molecular cores in regions of massive star formation. VII. Core properties on the galactic scale. ZINCHENKO I., PIROGOV L. and TORISEVA M.
1998AcApS..18..415W 34 3 A CO survey for high velocity gas in interstellar H2O maser sources. WU Y.-F., LI Y.-X., LU J., et al.
1998ApJS..117..387K 282 84 A 13CO survey of molecular clouds in Gemini and Auriga. KAWAMURA A., ONISHI T., YONEKURA Y., et al.
1996ApJS..104...81T 24 11 Distance constraints to the anticenter high-velocity clouds. TAMANAHA C.M.
1996BAAS...28V.834L 2 ~ Galactic anticenter CO survey : I. l=178 deg.∼185 deg., and b=3.5 deg. ∼6 deg. LEE Y.
1996MNRAS.280..720V 2 27 172 The chemical composition of H II regions in the outer Galaxy. VILCHEZ J.M. and ESTEBAN C.
1993A&A...275...67B viz 287 655 The velocity field of the outer galaxy. BRAND J. and BLITZ L.
1993A&AS..101..153P viz 772 103 Classification and statistical properties of galactic H2O masers. PALAGI F., CESARONI R., COMORETTO G., et al.
1992A&A...265...32R viz 9 2 57 The radial structure of the galactic disc. ROBIN A.C., CREZE M. and MOHAN V.
1992A&AS...93..525H 119 73 Maser search towards young stellar objects. HENNING T., CESARONI R., WALMSLEY M., et al.
1992ApJS...78..505P 261 153 A survey of CS j = 7 - 6 in regions of massive star formation. PLUME R., JAFFE D.T. and EVANS II N.J.
1991ApJ...366..107F 1 19 110 Abundances in H II regions at the edge of the galaxy. FICH M. and SILKEY M.
1990A&A...240..116B 115 44 The 44 GHz methanol masers: results of an extensive survey in the 7 0 6 1 A+ line. BACHILLER R., MENTEN K.M., GOMEZ-GONZALEZ J., et al.
1990A&AS...84..179C 408 146 The Arcetri atlas of H2O maser sources. COMORETTO G., PALAGI F., CESARONI R., et al.
1990AJ.....99..622F 296 86 Fabry-Perot H-alpha observations of galactic H II regions. FICH M., TREFFERS R.R. and DAHL G.P.
1990AJ.....99..846H 47 77 Small galactic HII regions. I. Spectral classifications of massive stars. HUNTER D.A. and MASSEY P.
1990ApJ...352..139S 54 99 Molecular outflows associated with flux-limited sample of bright far-infrared sources. SNELL R.L., DICKMAN R.L. and HUANG Y.-L.
1989ApJ...342..272F 1 106 442 The rotation curve of the Milky Way to 2 Ro. FICH M., BLITZ L. and STARK A.A.
1989BAICz..40...42A 222 18 Kinematics of star forming regions. AVEDISOVA V.S. and PALOUS J.
1988A&A...191..323W 175 57 Star formation in the outer Galaxy. WOUTERLOOT J.G.A., BRAND J. and HENKEL C.
1988A&AS...76..445C 367 89 A catalogue of H2O maser sources north of delta = -30. CESARONI R., PALAGI F., FELLI M., et al.
1988PAZh...14..492B 108 7 HCN line J = 1 - 0 survey of molecular clouds associated with Sharpless H II regions. Results of observations. BUROV A.B., VDOVIN F.V., ZINCHENKO I.I., et al.
1988RMxAA..16...41L 70 T                   1 3 1 Fotometria UBVRI de estrellas en S 209,
S 241 y S 283.
LAHULLA J.F.
1987Ap&SS.139..129V 70 T                   1 6 1 Physical parameters of the diffuse molecular cloud envelope at G 180.9+4.1, next to
S 241.
VALLEE J.P.
1986A&A...165..197H 62 59 H2O maser emission from HH 6 and other star-forming regions. HENKEL C., HASCHICK A.D. and GUSTEN R.
1984ApJ...279..125F 243 135 Optical H II regions in the outer Galaxy. FICH M. and BLITZ L.
1984ApJ...281..624S 47 71 Kinematics of molecular clouds.I. Velocity dispersion in the solar neighborhood.. STARK A.A.
1983ApJ...275..125P 44 11 The brighter 94 micron sources observed by the far-infrared sky survey experiment. PRICE S.D., SHIVANANDAN K., MURDOCK T.L., et al.
1982ApJS...49..183B viz 407 398 Catalogue of CO radial velocities toward galactic HII regions. BLITZ L., FICH M. and STARK A.A.
1979A&AS...38..197M 119 156 The rotation and structure of the galaxy beyond the solar circle. I. Photometry and spectroscopy of 276 stars in 45 HII regions and other young stellar groups toward the galactic anticentre. MOFFAT A.F.J., FITZGERALD M.P. and JACKSON P.D.
1979ApJ...231L.115B 26 103 The rotation curve of the Galaxy to R = 16 kiloparsecs. BLITZ L.
1976A&AS...25...25D viz 14       D               1 619 27 HII regions of the Northern Milky Way: medium large field photographic atlas and catalogue. DUBOUT-CRILLON R.
1970AJ.....75...69C 38 13 An 11-cm survey of H II regions located in the direction of the Galactic Anticenter. CHURCHWELL E. and FELLI M.

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