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2008ApJ...672.1013P - Astrophys. J., 672, 1013-1037 (2008/January-2)

The Spitzer c2d survey of large, nearby, interstellar clouds. VII. Ophiuchus observed with MIPS.

PADGETT D.L., REBULL L.M., STAPELFELDT K.R., CHAPMAN N.L., LAI S.-P., MUNDY L.G., EVANS II N.J., BROOKE T.Y., CIEZA L.A., SPIESMAN W.J., NORIEGA-CRESPO A., McCABE C.-E., ALLEN L.E., BLAKE G.A., HARVEY P.M., HUARD T.L., JORGENSEN J.K., KOERNER D.W., MYERS P.C., SARGENT A.I., TEUBEN P., VAN DISHOECK E.F., WAHHAJ Z. and YOUNG K.E.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present maps of 14.4 deg2 of the Ophiuchus dark clouds observed by the Spitzer Space Telescope Multiband Imaging Photometer for Spitzer (MIPS). These high-quality maps depict both numerous point sources and extended dust emission within the star-forming and non-star-forming portions of these clouds. Using PSF-fitting photometry, we detect 5779 sources at 24 µm and 81 sources at 70 µm at the 10 σ level of significance. Three hundred twenty-three candidate young stellar objects (YSOs) were identified according to their positions on the MIPS/2MASS K versus K-[24] color-magnitude diagrams, as compared to 24 µm detections in the SWIRE extragalactic survey. We find that more than half of the YSO candidates, and almost all those with protostellar Class I spectral energy distributions, are confined to the known cluster and aggregates.

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Journal keyword(s): Infrared: Stars - ISM: Clouds - Stars: Formation

Nomenclature: Figs 16, 20, Table 7, col(7): [PRS2008] L1709 N (Nos 1-6), [PRS2008] L1689 N (Nos 1-9).

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