Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 500, 2440-2450 (2021/January-2)
New Herbig-Haro objects and outflows in the Mon R1 association.
MOVSESSIAN T.A., MAGAKIAN T.Y. and DODONOV S.N.
Abstract (from CDS):
We present the results of a narrow-band Hα and [S II] imaging survey of the Mon R1 association performed with the 1-m Schmidt telescope at Byurakan Observatory. Our observations covered a 1° field near the centre of the association. As a result of this study, 20 new Herbig-Haro knots were discovered, some of which form collimated outflows. Among the most extended ones are HH 1203 and HH 1196, which have a length of 1 pc or even more. During the search for the probable sources of HH objects, several new nebulous stars were found. A list of all nebulous stellar objects in the Mon R1 area under study is presented, with detailed descriptions of the most interesting ones. The near-infrared data from the GLIMPSE360 and WISE surveys revealed several more objects related to Mon R1, some of which had optical counterparts, as well as helped to identify at least three probable H2 collimated flows from the deeply embedded pre-main-sequence objects. The probable members of Mon R1 were selected by their distances; their bolometric luminosities and extinctions were estimated. Among the outflow sources, three embedded objects with luminosities greater than 10 L☉ were found. The mean distance to the Mon R1 complex is estimated as 715 pc.