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2011MNRAS.411..705M - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 411, 705-760 (2011/February-3)

Spectrophotometric distances to Galactic H II regions.

MOISES A.P., DAMINELI A., FIGUEREDO E., BLUM R.D., CONTI P.S. and BARBOSA C.L.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present a near-infrared study of the stellar content of 35 H II regions in the Galactic plane, 24 of which have been classified as giant H II regions. We have selected these optically obscured star-forming regions from the catalogues of Russeil, Conti & Crowther and Bica et al. In this paper, we have used the near-infrared domain J-, H- and Ks-band colour images to visually inspect the sample. Also, we have used colour-colour and colour-magnitude diagrams to indicate ionizing star candidates, as well as the presence of young stellar objects such as classical T Tauri stars and massive young stellar objects (MYSOs). We have obtained Spitzer Infrared Array Camera images for each region to help further characterize them. Spitzer and near-infrared morphology were used to place each cluster in an evolutionary phase of development. Spitzer photometry was also used to classify the MYSOs. A comparison of the main sequence in the colour-magnitude diagrams for each observed cluster was used to infer whether or not the cluster kinematic distance is consistent with brightnesses of the stellar sources. We find qualitative agreement for a dozen of the regions, but about half the regions have near-infrared photometry that suggests they may be closer than the kinematic distance. A significant fraction of these already have spectrophotometric parallaxes that support smaller distances. These discrepancies between kinematic and spectrophotometric distances are not a result of the spectrophotometric methodologies, as independent non-kinematic measurements are in agreement with the spectrophotometric results. For instance, the trigonometric parallaxes of star-forming regions were collected from the literature and show the same effect of smaller distances when compared to the kinematic results. In our sample of H II regions, most of the clusters are evident in the near-infrared images. Finally, it is possible to distinguish among qualitative evolutionary stages for these objects.

Abstract Copyright: 2010 The Authors Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society2010 RAS

Journal keyword(s): stars: formation - H {sc ii} regions - Galaxy: structure

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/MNRAS/411/705): table2.dat table3.dat table4.dat>

Nomenclature: Table 2: [MDF2011] GLLL.ll+B.bb NNNN N=65.

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