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2006A&A...453..517T - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 453, 517-524 (2006/7-2)

VLT/NACO near-infrared imaging and spectroscopy of N159A in the LMC HII complex N159.

TESTOR G., LEMAIRE J.L., FIELD D. and DIANA S.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present near-infrared imaging and spectrocopic observations of the HII region N159A (∼10pc) in the giant star-forming region N159 (50pc) in the LMC. N159A was observed in the J and Ks bands at high spatial resolution ∼0.2" using the ESO Very Large Telescope UT4 (VLT), equipped with the NAOS adaptative optics system. Our data reveal the morphology of this region in unprecedented detail. The protostar P2, one of the first YSOs of Class I identified in the LMC is now resolved in two YSO candidates. The ultracompact HII region LI-LMC 1501W is found to be a tight cluster embedded in a compact HII region ionised by a late O source. A new multiple system composed of a tight star cluster and an YSO candidate, all embedded in a compact nebular region (0.4pc) is also detected at the north-east edge of N159A. The stellar population of the whole N159A region appears composed of two main stellar populations, one with an age ≤3Myr and the other one with a large range of age (300Myr-10Gyr). Using spectroscopy, one of the two exciting O stars in the HII region N159A is classified O5-O6.

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Journal keyword(s): galaxies: Magellanic Clouds - ISM: individual objects: N159A - stars: formation - stars: pre-main sequence - HII regions

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/A+A/453/517): table3.dat>

Nomenclature: Fig.1, Table 5: [HW94] N (Nos 6, 7) added. Tables 3, 5: [TLF2006] NNNa N=136+2 among (Nos 4-181, 121a, 123a).

Status in Simbad:  could be processed

CDS comments: Fig.1, Table 5: 'N159A5' to 'N159A7' = [HW94] 5 to 7 (not [HT82] objects).

Simbad objects: 33

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