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2003ApJ...586.1127R - Astrophys. J., 586, 1127-1135 (2003/April-1)

Interactions between a bright young stellar object and the Midcourse Space Experiment infrared-dark cloud G79.3+0.3: an early stage of triggered formation.

REDMAN R.O., FELDMAN P.A., WYROWSKI F., COTE S., CAREY S.J. and EGAN M.P.

Abstract (from CDS):

Millimeter and mid-infrared observations have been made of the dense clumps of dust and gas and of young stellar objects (YSOs) associated with the bright, compact submillimeter source G79.3+0.3 P1 in the relatively nearby MSX infrared-dark cloud G79.3+0.3. The Gemini mid-infrared observations reported here indicate the presence of three YSOs within the cloud. BIMA 3 mm continuum observations show that the brightest of the YSOs is likely to be a Herbig Ae/Be star. High angular resolution molecular line observations suggest that a wind from this star may be triggering collapse in the adjacent molecular cloud. The submillimeter source G79.3+0.3 P1 itself does not contain infrared sources and may represent an earlier stage of star formation.

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Journal keyword(s): ISM: Dust, Extinction - ISM: Clouds - Stars: Formation - Stars: Pre-Main-Sequence

Nomenclature: Fig.1: [CFR2000] G79.3+0.3 PN (Nos P4-P5) added. Table 2: [RFW2003] G79.3+0.3 P1 A (Nos A-C).

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