HH 35 , the SIMBAD biblio

HH 35 , the SIMBAD biblio (28 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2021.07.25CEST07:53:36

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2018ApJ...862..121F 218           X C       4 45 ~ Expanding CO shells in the Orion A molecular cloud. FEDDERSEN J.R., ARCE H.G., KONG S., et al.
2017ApJ...844...47R 43           X         1 50 5 First large-scale Herbig-Haro jet driven by a proto-brown dwarf. RIAZ B., BRICENO C., WHELAN E.T., et al.
2013AJ....146..118R 522     A D     X C       13 32 9 HH 222: a giant Herbig-Haro flow from the quadruple system V380 Ori. REIPURTH B., BALLY J., ASPIN C., et al.
2010A&A...518L..94S 117         O X C       2 22 20 Hier ist wahrhaftig ein Loch im Himmel. The NGC 1999 dark globule is not a globule. STANKE T., STUTZ A.M., TOBIN J.J., et al.
2010AJ....140..699R 39           X         1 59 5 Faint collimated Herbig-Haro jets from visible stars in L1641. REIPURTH B., ASPIN C., BALLY J., et al.
2010ApJ...708..758K viz 211       D     X C F     4 22 12 Magnetic field structure of the HH 1-2 region: near-infrared polarimetry of point-like sources. KWON J., CHOI M., PAK S., et al.
2009A&A...496..153D viz 77             C       1 143 41 A census of molecular hydrogen outflows and their sources along the Orion A molecular ridge. Characteristics and overall distribution. DAVIS C.J., FROEBRICH D., STANKE T., et al.
2004RMxAC..21..100A 41 2 VLA observations of disks and jets in young close binaries. ANGLADA G.
1999MNRAS.305..875W 25 6 Polarimetry and magnetic field structure of the Herbig-Haro objects HH 1 and HH 2 and their environment. WARREN-SMITH R.F. and SCARROTT S.M.
1997A&AS..121..255A 79 42 Ammonia observations towards molecular and optical outflows. ANGLADA G., SEPULVEDA I. and GOMEZ J.F.
1995A&A...301..729C 36 22 Herbig-Haro outflows in the V380 Orionis region. CORCORAN D. and RAY T.P.
1995ApJ...450L..23O 57 54 Giant bow shock pairs associated with Herbig-Haro jets. OGURA K.
1994A&A...281..882R 94 61 The exciting source of the Herbig-Haro 111 jet complex : VLA detection of a one-sided radio jet. RODRIGUEZ L.F. and REIPURTH B.
1994Ap&SS.216...71R 33 5 Herbig Ae/Be stars. RAY T.P.
1993A&A...273..221R 104 177 Cold dust around Herbig-Haro energy sources: a 1300mu.m survey. REIPURTH B., CHINI R., KRUGEL E., et al.
1993A&AS..101...59M viz 93 40 The exciting sources of Herbig-Haro objects. I. A catalogue of 1-20um observations. MOLINARI S., LISEAU R. and LORENZETTI D.
1992A&ARv...3..257B 52 81 Bipolar moleculae outflows. BACHILLER R. and GOMEZ-GONZALEZ J.
1988A&AS...74..431V 201 17 A working catalogue of Herbig Haro objects. VON HIPPEL T., BELL BURNELL S.J. and WILLIAMS P.M.
1988Ap&SS.148..343B 18 11 Leptonic jets from young stellar objects. BLOME H.J. and KUNDT W.
1987ApJ...319..275M 2 30 307 Jets from young stars : CCD imaging, long-slit spectroscopy and interpretation of existing data. MUNDT R., BRUGEL E.W. and BUHRKE T.
1984A&A...140...17M 2 11 101 Jets from young stars. III. The case of Haro 6-5B, HH 33/40, HH 19 and 1548C27. MUNDT R., BUHRKE T., FRIED J.W., et al.
1984ApJ...281..237E 64 126 A survey of high-velocity molecular gas near Herbig-Haro objects. II. EDWARDS S. and SNELL R.L.
1984BAAS...16..973M 9 ~ Jets from young stars. MUNDT R., BUEHRKE T. and BRUGEL E.W.
1983ApJ...270..605E 58 138 A survey of high-velocity molecular gas in the vicinity of Herbig-Haro objects. I. EDWARDS S. and SNELL R.L.
1983RMxAA...7...95M 10 18 Radio observations of compact sources near Herbig-Haro objects. MORAN J.M.
1980ApJ...237...38H 30 63 Observations of Herbig-Haro objects and their surrounding dark clouds. HO P.T.P. and BARRETT A.H.
1977A&AS...29...65B 203 44 A catalogue of bright nebulosities in opaque dust clouds. BERNES C.
1974LicOB.658....1H 83 228 Draft catalog of Herbig-Haro objects . HERBIG G.H.

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