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2004A&A...417..605P - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 417, 605-613 (2004/4-2)

L183 (L134N) Revisited. II. The dust content.

PAGANI L., BACMANN A., MOTTE F., CAMBRESY L., FICH M., LAGACHE G., MIVILLE-DESCHENES M.-A., PARDO J.R. and APPONI A.J.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present here a complete dust map of L183 (=L134N) with opacities ranging from AV=3 to 150mag. Five peaks are identified as being related to known molecular peaks and among these dust peaks two are liable to form stars. The main peak is a prestellar core with a density profile proportional to/r up to a radius of ∼4500AU and the northern peak could possibly be on its way to form a prestellar core. If true, this is the first example of the intermediate steps between cloud cores and prestellar cores during the quasi-static contraction. Additionally, the low dust temperature of the core reported in Pagani et al. (2003A&A...406L..59P) is confirmed, and the ISOPHOT data are shown to be inappropriate for finding such cores. In the inner core, Tdust≃7.5K and could be as low as 6.7K.

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Journal keyword(s): ISM: abundances - ISM: molecules - ISM: dust, extinction - ISM: structure - ISM: individual: L134N - ISM: individual: L183

CDS comments: Fig.1: Peaks 1 to Peak 5 not in SIMBAD.

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