NAME Polaris Cirrus Cloud , the SIMBAD biblio

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2021ApJ...914..106A 50           X         1 16 ~ Probing the sea of cosmic rays by measuring gamma-ray emission from passive giant molecular clouds with HAWC. ALBERT A., ALFARO R., ALVAREZ C., et al.
2021MNRAS.503.5425B 50           X         1 10 ~ Magnetic field orientation in self-gravitating turbulent molecular clouds. BARRETO-MOTA L., DE GOUVEIA DAL PINO E.M., BURKHART B., et al.
2020A&A...642A.177D 47           X         1 5 ~ The structure and characteristic scales of molecular clouds. DIB S., BONTEMPS S., SCHNEIDER N., et al.
2020ApJ...891..169K 47           X         1 10 ~ CS depletion in prestellar cores. KIM S., LEE C.W., GOPINATHAN M., et al.
2019A&A...621A..42A 421       D     X C       9 16 ~ Characterizing the properties of nearby molecular filaments observed with Herschel. ARZOUMANIAN D., ANDRE P., KONYVES V., et al.
2019A&A...628A..33R 134           X C       2 6 ~ Exposing the plural nature of molecular clouds. Extracting filaments and the cosmic infrared background against the true scale-free interstellar medium. ROBITAILLE J.-F., MOTTE F., SCHNEIDER N., et al.
2019A&A...632A..17B 134           X C       2 11 ~ Link between E-B polarization modes and gas column density from interstellar dust emission. BRACCO A., GHOSH T., BOULANGER F., et al.
2018ApJ...853...55B 44           X         1 17 4 Hubble Space Telescope trigonometric parallax of Polaris B, companion of the nearest Cepheid. BOND H.E., NELAN E.P., EVANS N.R., et al.
2017A&A...606L...2A 287     A     X C       6 2 12 The shapes of column density PDFs. The importance of the last closed contour. ALVES J., LOMBARDI M. and LADA C.J.
2017ApJ...843...38G 46           X         1 3 9 A simple and accurate network for hydrogen and carbon chemistry in the interstellar medium. GONG M., OSTRIKER E.C. and WOLFIRE M.G.
2016MNRAS.457..375F 307           X C       6 4 58 On the universality of interstellar filaments: theory meets simulations and observations. FEDERRATH C.
2016MNRAS.461.3027L 184       D     X   F     4 13 9 Constructing multiscale gravitational energy spectra from molecular cloud surface density PDF - interplay between turbulence and gravity. LI G. and BURKERT A.
2016MNRAS.462.1517P 670       S   X C       14 10 15 The magnetic field and dust filaments in the Polaris Flare. PANOPOULOU G.V., PSARADAKI I. and TASSIS K.
2015A&A...576L...1L 188       D     X         5 8 60 Molecular clouds have power-law probability distribution functions. LOMBARDI M., ALVES J. and LADA C.J.
2015ARA&A..53..199G 42           X         1 41 79 The nine lives of cosmic rays in galaxies. GRENIER I.A., BLACK J.H. and STRONG A.W.
2015ApJ...809...17W 1836 T   A S   X         43 9 8 Herschel dust emission as a probe of starless cores mass:
MCLD 123.5+24.9 of the Polaris flare.
WAGLE G.A., TROLAND T.H., FERLAND G.J., et al.
2015MNRAS.449.1782S 44           X         1 7 24 The JCMT Gould Belt Survey: properties of star-forming filaments in Orion A North. SALJI C.J., RICHER J.S., BUCKLE J.V., et al.
2015MNRAS.451..196B 41           X         1 8 5 Structure analysis of simulated molecular clouds with the Δ-variance. BERTRAM E., KLESSEN R.S. and GLOVER S.C.O.
2015MNRAS.452..715P viz 123           X         3 11 9 Optical polarization map of the Polaris Flare with RoboPol. PANOPOULOU G., TASSIS K., BLINOV D., et al.
2015MNRAS.452.3435K 101       D     X         3 15 32 Filament identification through mathematical morphology. KOCH E.W. and ROSOLOWSKY E.W.
2014A&A...568A..98A 205           X         5 14 34 Herschel view of the large-scale structure in the Chamaeleon dark clouds. ALVES DE OLIVEIRA C., SCHNEIDER N., MERIN B., et al.
2013A&A...559A..51E viz 56       D     X         2 39 18 Combined IRAM and Herschel/HIFI study of cyano(di)acetylene in Orion KL: tentative detection of DC3N. ESPLUGUES G.B., CERNICHARO J., VITI S., et al.
2013ApJ...766L..17S 48           X         1 14 121 What determines the density structure of molecular clouds? A case study of Orion B with Herschel. SCHNEIDER N., ANDRE Ph., KONYVES V., et al.
2013ApJ...767...80I 57       D     X         2 12 19 Diffuse galactic light in the field of the translucent high galactic latitude cloud MBM32. IENAKA N., KAWARA K., MATSUOKA Y., et al.
2012A&A...542A..81M 120           X C       2 32 86 A multi-scale, multi-wavelength source extraction method: getsources. MEN'SHCHIKOV A., ANDRE P., DIDELON P., et al.
2012ApJ...745..195S 2566 T K A S   X C       62 92 11 Molecular line observations of
MCLD 123.5+24.9 in the Polaris Cirrus.
SHIMOIKURA T., DOBASHI K., SAKURAI T., et al.
2011A&A...525A...9O 39           X         1 9 2 Spectroscopic [CI] mapping of the infrared dark cloud G48.65-0.29. OSSENKOPF V., ORMEL C.W., SIMON R., et al.
2011MNRAS.416.1250B
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 365508 51 26.4605304171+11 42 39.18755671014140.06190.033790AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G444
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 366608 51 26.8362510267+11 42 23.51793483514140.11920.074490AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G444
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 370308 51 28.0424310400+11 42 34.85983491414140.14080.080490AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G444
LB 635708 51 28.0+11 42 5855D1963LB....C32....1L444
Cl* NGC 2682 ES I-5808 51 24.6766584010+11 43 06.23014495514140.03440.019090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G444
LB 635908 51 29.2648116339+11 42 47.31689663014140.13300.069590AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G444
Cl* NGC 2682 SAND 96208 51 27.2676902291+11 41 58.82907685214140.06800.038190AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G444
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 364308 51 26.1814358731+11 43 24.66183575014140.14600.083990AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G444
Cl* NGC 2682 SAND 121508 51 28.9077732360+11 43 08.79838901014140.04610.023090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G444
Cl* NGC 2682 SAND 121008 51 29.1893471304+11 42 11.92322174514140.04780.025690AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G444
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 368808 51 27.5599518065+11 43 25.95751424114140.39060.216190AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G444
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 371208 51 28.3901353723+11 41 55.70572524414140.06780.037290AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G444
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 324508 51 14.2258775297+11 42 40.91900227614140.32550.235790AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G445
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 330008 51 15.7363992463+11 42 38.203049707141411.068310.862790COpt2018yCat.1345....0G445
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 329208 51 15.63+11 42 29.766D445
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 324108 51 14.11+11 42 02.066COpt1993AJ....106..181M445
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 334608 51 17.09+11 42 46.466D445
Cl* NGC 2682 ES I-6108 51 17.1951689937+11 42 36.66927442814140.02910.018490AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G445
Cl* NGC 2682 MMJ 557908 51 16.1964085281+11 41 56.12748597714140.85040.585390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G445
NGC 2682 11208 51 18.1012945122+11 42 54.76530028414140.02060.014390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G445
Cl* NGC 2682 SAND 60408 50 21.6584421834+11 42 44.53973242414140.04160.027590AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G446
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 186208 50 21.0439919036+11 42 31.96140626614140.18200.115790AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G446
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 190408 50 22.6516376975+11 42 35.53502907914140.09090.057890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G446
Cl* NGC 2682 SAND 47508 50 19.5842323208+11 42 30.04641760714140.02910.019790AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G446
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 188208 50 21.75+11 42 03.766D446
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 188608 50 21.89+11 41 58.966D446
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 195008 50 24.49+11 42 12.36616015045CIR2003yCat.2246....0C446
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 196308 50 25.2218912828+11 42 19.19816144514140.35220.227090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G446
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 189008 50 22.12+11 43 43.366D446
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 212608 50 32.37+11 42 43.566COpt1993AJ....106..181M447
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 207708 50 30.5645182100+11 42 30.62283816614140.07250.043890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G447
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 209308 50 31.2813861338+11 43 20.96694392514140.15920.102090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G447
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 207408 50 30.3671891536+11 42 17.05234889514140.06190.036890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G447
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 208508 50 30.99+11 42 02.366D447
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 206008 50 29.68+11 42 18.066D447
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 205808 50 29.54+11 42 14.166COpt1993AJ....106..181M447
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 214008 50 33.08+11 43 42.666COpt1993AJ....106..181M447
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 226408 50 38.48+11 42 44.466COpt1993AJ....106..181M448
Cl* NGC 2682 FBC 230008 50 40.29+11 42 23.666COpt1993AJ....106..181M448
79           X         2 15 3 Multiwavelength observations of cirrus clouds in the north celestial loop: physical parameters of molecular sites. BARRIAULT L., JONCAS G. and PLUME R.
2010A&A...518L..92W 259     A     X         7 13 67 A Herschel study of the properties of starless cores in the
Polaris flare dark cloud region using PACS and SPIRE.
WARD-THOMPSON D., KIRK J.M., ANDRE P., et al.
2010A&A...518L.105M 89           X         2 1 22 Direct estimate of cirrus noise in Herschel HI-GAL images. MARTIN P.G., MIVILLE-DESCHENES M.-A., ROY A., et al.
2010A&A...521L..58H 39           X         1 13 4 A candidate protostellar object in the L 1457/MBM 12 cloud. HEITHAUSEN A. and BOETTNER C.
2010ApJ...714..680M 39           X         1 92 30 Physical properties of dense cores in the ρ Ophiuchi main cloud and a significant role of external pressures in clustered star formation. MARUTA H., NAKAMURA F., NISHI R., et al.
2009A&A...504..883B 44           X         1 7 77 Turbulent driving scales in molecular clouds. BRUNT C.M., HEYER M.H. and MAC LOW M.-M.
2009ApJ...695..469B 39           X         1 79 15 Serendipity observations of far infrared cirrus emission in the Spitzer infrared nearby galaxies survey: analysis of far-infrared correlations. BOT C., HELOU G., BOULANGER F., et al.
2009SerAJ.179...61N 39           X         1 6 2 Evolution of density perturbations in a cylindrical molecular cloud using smoothed particle hydrodynamics. NEJAD-ASGHAR M. and SOLTANI J.
2008A&A...481..367H 41           X         1 5 33 Dissipative structures of diffuse molecular gas. III. Small-scale intermittency of intense velocity-shears. HILY-BLANT P., FALGARONE E. and PETY J.
2008A&A...488..597H 177     A     X         5 9 6 Chemical and physical small-scale structure in a pre-stellar core. HEITHAUSEN A., BOETTNER C. and WALTER F.
2008ApJ...679..497W 17 30 Extended red emission in high galactic latitude interstellar clouds. WITT A.N., MANDEL S., SELL P.H., et al.
2007A&A...469..173H viz 1 7 21 Dissipative structures of diffuse molecular gas. II. The translucent environment of a dense core. HILY-BLANT P. and FALGARONE E.
2006A&A...448.1043B         O           15 13 Neutral carbon and CO emission in the core and the halo of dark cloud Barnard 5. BENSCH F.
2006A&A...456..235M 20 19 Study of photon dominated regions in Cepheus B. MOOKERJEA B., KRAMER C., ROELLIG M., et al.
2006MNRAS.370.1763Z 3 4 Diffuse Galactic light at high Galactic latitude: nature and interpretation. ZAGURY F.
2005MNRAS.356..810R 10 11 ISO observations of 3-200 µm emission by three dust populations in an isolated local translucent cloud. RAWLINGS M.G., JUVELA M., MATTILA K., et al.
2005MNRAS.360..901D 23 16 New insights into the dust properties of the Taurus molecular cloud TMC-2 and its surroundings. DEL BURGO C. and LAUREIJS R.J.
2004A&A...424..887K 34 43 Emission of CO, CI, and CII in W3Main. KRAMER C., JAKOB H., MOOKERJEA B., et al.
2003A&A...397..201J 13 2 54 Dust emission from inhomogeneous interstellar clouds: Radiative transfer in 3D with transiently heated particles. JUVELA M. and PADOAN P.
2003A&A...412..417P 1 8 25 Non-Gaussian velocity shears in the environment of low mass dense cores. PETY J. and FALGARONE E.
2003AJ....126.1888K 2 6 24 Grain growth in the dark cloud L1251. KANDORI R., DOBASHI K., UEHARA H., et al.
2003ApJ...584..293B 27 21 The universality of turbulence in the molecular interstellar medium and its exploitation as a distance estimator. BRUNT C.M.
2003ApJ...588..881P 17 32 The spectral correlation function of molecular clouds: a statistical test for theoretical models. PADOAN P., GOODMAN A.A. and JUVELA M.
2003ApJ...591.1013B 114 T K                 4 19 [C I] 492 GHz mapping observations of the high-latitude translucent cloud
MCLD 123.5+24.9.
BENSCH F., LEUENHAGEN U., STUTZKI J., et al.
2002A&A...383..591H 41   K                 2 25 Gravitationally bound cores in a molecular cirrus cloud. HEITHAUSEN A., BERTOLDI F. and BENSCH F.
2002A&A...390..307O 23 2 139 Turbulent velocity structure in molecular clouds. OSSENKOPF V. and MAC LOW M.-M.
2002PASJ...54..405C 8 6 Interstellar gas mass functions: fractality and scale dependence. CASUSO E. and BECKMAN J.
2001A&A...365..275B viz 23     A   O           3 9 The IRAM key-project: Small-scale structure of pre-star forming regions. III. Influence of and correction for the error beam pick-up. BENSCH F., PANIS J.-F., STUTZKI J., et al.
2001A&A...366..636B 24     A   O           11 72 Quantification of molecular cloud structure using the Δ-variance. BENSCH F., STUTZKI J. and OSSENKOPF V.
2001A&A...370..557V 1 6 27 Interstellar oxygen chemistry. VITI S., ROUEFF E., HARTQUIST T.W., et al.
2001A&A...372..302H 10 16 Dense gas and cold dust in the dark core B217. HOTZEL S., HARJU J., LEMKE D., et al.
2001A&A...375..999C 4 4 59 Far-infrared dust opacity and visible extinction in the Polaris Flare. CAMBRESY L., BOULANGER F., LAGACHE G., et al.
2001ApJ...553..613R 3 4 43 Gas-phase production of NHD2 in L134N. RODGERS S.D. and CHARNLEY S.B.
2001ApJ...561..238H 5 5 Neutral atomic carbon in intermediate-velocity clouds. HEITHAUSEN A., WEISS A., KERP J., et al.
2000AGAb...17Q..68B 73 T                   1 ~ SWAS [CI] observations toward MCLD 123.5+24.9. BENSCH F., ASHBY M.L.N., BERGIN E.A., et al.
2000NewA....5..367Z         O           4 2 General considerations on the illumination of galactic nebulae. ZAGURY F.
1999A&A...347..640B 111 T K                 23 101 PRONAOS observations of
MCLD 123.5+24.9: cold dust in the Polaris cirrus cloud.
BERNARD J.P., ABERGEL A., RISTORCELLI I., et al.
1999A&A...349L..53H 39   K                 2 14 Evidence for inward motion in a galactic cirrus core. HEITHAUSEN A.
1999A&A...352..645Z 110 T K                 14 27 Optical images of
MCLD 123.5+24.9: a cloud illuminated by the North star?
ZAGURY F., BOULANGER F. and BANCHET V.
1998A&A...330..311H 10 7 The SO-to-CS abundance ratio in molecular cirrus clouds. HEITHAUSEN A., CORNELIUSSEN U. and GROSSMANN V.
1998A&A...331L..65H 12 3 108 The IRAM key project: small-scale structure of pre-star forming regions. Combined mass spectra and scaling laws. HEITHAUSEN A., BENSCH F., STUTZKI J., et al.
1997A&A...318..579G 110 T K                 5 28 Chemical inhomogeneities in interstellar clouds: the high latitude cloud MCLD 123.5+24.9. GERIN M., FALGARONE E., JOULAIN K., et al.
1995A&A...301..941H 36   K                 4 9 Sulphur monoxide in the galactic cirrus. HEITHAUSEN A., CORNELIUSSEN U. and GROSSMANN V.
1995AGAb...11..173H 3 0 First analysis of the structure of the clouds in the IRAM key project: "small-scale structure of pre-star forming regions". HEITHAUSEN A., STUTZKI J., FALGARONE E., et al.
1994AGAb...10..193H 4 0 Small scale structure of pre-star forming regions, status of the IRAM key project. HEITHAUSEN A., STUTZKI J., FALGARONE E., et al.
1992A&A...264..195G 76 T                   1 22 The physical and chemical state of a dense core in the high-latitude cloud MCLD 123.5+24.9 GROSSMANN V. and HEITHAUSEN A.
1990A&A...240..400G 1 5 24 A high-latitude cloud with increased hydroxyl abundance. GROSSMAN V., HEITHAUSEN A., MEYERDIERKS H., et al.

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