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2004ApJS..155..123A - Astrophys. J., Suppl. Ser., 155, 123-148 (2004/November-0)

Near-infrared subarcsecond observations of ultracompact H II regions.

ALVAREZ C., FELDT M., HENNING T., PUGA E., BRANDNER W. and STECKLUM B.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present adaptive optics (AO) assisted J, H, and K/K' images of eight ultracompact H II (UC H II) regions taken with the ALFA and ADONIS AO systems at Calar Alto and La Silla observatories. The images show details of the stellar population and the near-IR morphology of UC H II regions with unprecedented resolution. We have searched for the ionizing sources of the regions using near-IR photometry. The spectral type of the ionizing and most luminous stars inferred from our photometry has been compared with spectral type estimates from IRAS and published radio-continuum measurements. We find that the photometric near-IR spectral types are earlier than estimates from radio and IRAS data. This difference is alleviated when stellar spherical models including line blanketing and stellar winds instead of non-LTE plane-parallel models are used to derive the radio- and IRAS-based spectral types. We also made an attempt to correlate the properties of the near-IR ionizing population with MSX data and published CS measurements. No correlation was found. We note that in two of the regions (G309.92+0.48 and G61.48+0.09B1), the best candidate to ionize the region is possibly a supergiant.

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Journal keyword(s): Catalogs - ISM: H II Regions - Infrared: ISM - Instrumentation: Adaptive Optics - Techniques: High Anular Resolution

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/ApJS/155/123): table1.dat refs.dat table3.dat>

Nomenclature: Table 3: [AFH2004] GLLL.ll+B.bb NNN N=99.

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