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2003A&A...409..235C - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 409, 235-244 (2003/10-1)

SIMBA observations of the R Corona Australis molecular cloud.

CHINI R., KAEMPGEN K., REIPURTH B., ALBRECHT M., KREYSA E., LEMKE R., NIELBOCK M., REICHERTZ L.A., SIEVERS A. and ZYLKA R.

Abstract (from CDS):

We have mapped the R Corona Australis molecular cloud at 1.2mm with SIMBA on SEST and detected 25 distinct dust emission peaks. While 7 of them coincide with positions of previously known young stars, 18 are seemingly not associated with any known stellar object. We discuss the nature of individual sources and conclude that there are at least four small concentrations of young objects located along the filamentary shaped cloud. A comparison with C18O data hints at the depletion of molecules in some of the cores. Our new results yield some conflicting arguments about whether star formation proceeds from north-west to south-east in the R CrA cloud.

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Journal keyword(s): ISM: dust, extinction - stars: circumstellar matter - stars: formation

Nomenclature: Table 1: [CKR2003] MMS NN (Nos 1-25).

CDS comments: Fig. 3 : VLA 10A, 10B =[TS84] IRS 7A, 7B. Object TIMMI = [TS84] IRS 7. Table 2 : NE and SW jaws not in SIMBAD.

Simbad objects: 42

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