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2021A&A...646A..11M 150           X         3 69 ~ Lucky spectroscopy, an equivalent technique to lucky imaging. II. Spatially resolved intermediate-resolution blue-violet spectroscopy of 19 close massive binaries using the William Herschel Telescope. MAIZ APELLANIZ J., BARBA R.H., FARINA C., et al.
2021A&A...646A..74M viz 400           X C       7 15 ~ Distance of Hi-GAL sources. MEGE P., RUSSEIL D., ZAVAGNO A., et al.
2021A&A...646A..98T 250           X         5 19 ~ The nature of VX Sagitarii. Is it a TZO, a RSG, or a high-mass AGB star? TABERNERO H.M., DORDA R., NEGUERUELA I., et al.
2021A&A...649A.127V 100           X         2 4 ~ Goodness-of-fit test for isochrone fitting in the Gaia era. Statistical assessment of the error distribution. VALLE G., DELL'OMODARME M. and TOGNELLI E.
2021PASJ...73..205T 50           X         1 15 ~ ALMA view of the Galactic super star cluster RCW 38 at 270 au resolution. TORII K., TOKUDA K., TACHIHARA K., et al.
2020A&A...633A..51Z viz 420           X C       8 94 ~ A compendium of distances to molecular clouds in the Star Formation Handbook. ZUCKER C., SPEAGLE J.S., SCHLAFLY E.F., et al.
2020A&A...635A..45C viz 93           X         2 26 ~ Hunting for open clusters in Gaia DR2: 582 new open clusters in the Galactic disc. CASTRO-GINARD A., JORDI C., LURI X., et al.
2020A&A...641A.119B 47           X         1 10 ~ Nonparametric galaxy morphology from UV to submm wavelengths. BAES M., NERSESIAN A., CASASOLA V., et al.
2020ApJ...892...52L 47           X         1 44 ~ Carbon- and Oxygen-rich Asymptotic Giant Branch (AGB) stars in the Bulge Asymmetries and Dynamical Evolution (BAaDE) survey. LEWIS M.O., PIHLSTROM Y.M., SJOUWERMAN L.O., et al.
2020ApJ...905...85S 280           X C       5 18 ~ Ubiquitous molecular outflows in z > 4 massive, dusty galaxies. I. Sample overview and clumpy structure in molecular outflows on 500 pc scales. SPILKER J.S., PHADKE K.A., ARAVENA M., et al.
2020MNRAS.494..246T 47           X         1 4 ~ Collision between molecular clouds - I. The effect of the cloud virial ratio in head-on collisions. TANVIR T.S. and DALE J.E.
2020MNRAS.496.1051A 392       D     X         9 54 ~ The Galactic radial abundance gradients of C, N, O, Ne, S, Cl, and Ar from deep spectra of H II regions. ARELLANO-CORDOVA K.Z., ESTEBAN C., GARCIA-ROJAS J., et al.
2020MNRAS.496.2726M 532       D     X C       11 36 ~ Helium abundances and its radial gradient from the spectra of H II regions and ring nebulae of the Milky Way. MENDEZ-DELGADO J.E., ESTEBAN C., GARCIA-ROJAS J., et al.
2020MNRAS.497..672A 19       D               1 44 ~ The Te[N II]-Te[O III] temperature relation in H II regions and the reliability of strong-line methods. ARELLANO-CORDOVA K.Z. and RODRIGUEZ M.
2020MNRAS.499.4918A 93           X         2 17 ~ Structure and kinematics of shocked gas in Sgr B2: further evidence of a cloud-cloud collision from SiO emission maps. ARMIJOS-ABENDANO J., BANDA-BARRAGAN W.E., MARTIN-PINTADO J., et al.
2019A&A...628A..66L viz 45           X         1 20 ~ A 5D view of the α Per, Pleiades, and Praesepe clusters. LODIEU N., PEREZ-GARRIDO A., SMART R.L., et al.
2019ApJ...870...32K viz 421       D S   X         9 58 ~ Kinematics in young star clusters and associations with Gaia DR2. KUHN M.A., HILLENBRAND L.A., SILLS A., et al.
2019ApJ...871...44T 45           X         1 62 ~ Formation of the active star-forming region LHA 120-N 44 triggered by tidally driven colliding H I flows. TSUGE K., SANO H., TACHIHARA K., et al.
2019ApJ...873..107C 18       D               2 28 ~ The last 5 Gyr of galactic chemical evolution based on H II region abundances derived from a temperature independent method. CARIGI L., PEIMBERT M. and PEIMBERT A.
2019ApJ...882...11A 90           X         2 17 ~ The origin of [C II] 158 µm emission toward the H II region complex S235. ANDERSON L.D., MAKAI Z., LUISI M., et al.
2019ApJ...884...84D 45           X         1 37 ~ The cluster-forming site AFGL 5157: colliding filamentary clouds and star formation. DEWANGAN L.K.
2019ApJS..245...32L viz 18       D               1 1253 ~ A catalog of newly identified star clusters in Gaia DR2. LIU L. and PANG X.
2018ATel11448....1D 44           X         1 2 ~ Very bright optical transient near the Trifid and Lagoon Nebulae. DUNSBY P.
2018ATel11449....1D 87 T                   1 2 ~ Erratum to ATel #11448: Very bright optical transient near the
Trifid and Lagoon Nebulae.
DUNSBY P.
2018ApJ...859..166F 627       D     X C       14 38 27 A new look at the molecular gas in M42 and M43: possible evidence for cloud-cloud collision that triggered formation of the OB stars in the Orion Nebula Cluster. FUKUI Y., TORII K., HATTORI Y., et al.
2018ApJ...860...69C 44           X         1 14 ~ Leaked GeV CRs from a broken shell: explaining 9 years of Fermi-LAT data of SNR W28. CUI Y., YEUNG P.K.H., TAM P.H.T., et al.
2018ApJ...864..136B viz 670       D S   X         15 85 1 A multiwavelength look at Galactic massive star-forming regions. BINDER B.A. and POVICH M.S.
2018MNRAS.473..849D viz 17       D               1 1278 7 Structure and mass segregation in Galactic stellar clusters. DIB S., SCHMEJA S. and PARKER R.J.
2018MNRAS.475.3029T 1567 T   A D     X C F     34 46 ~ The star-forming cores in the centre of the
Trifid nebula (
M 20): from Herschel to the near-infrared.
TAPIA M., PERSI P., ROMAN-ZUNIGA C., et al.
2018PASJ...70S..41F 44           X         1 44 ~ Molecular clouds in the NGC 6334 and NGC 6357 region: Evidence for a 100 pc-scale cloud-cloud collision triggering the Galactic mini-starbursts. FUKUI Y., KOHNO M., YOKOYAMA K., et al.
2018PASJ...70S..43S 104       D     X         3 20 ~ RCW 36 in the Vela Molecular Ridge: Evidence for high-mass star-cluster formation triggered by cloud-cloud collision. SANO H., ENIOKIYA R., HAYASHI K., et al.
2018PASJ...70S..44F 87           X         2 19 ~ Formation of the young compact cluster GM 24 triggered by a cloud-cloud collision. FUKUI Y., KOHNO M., YOKOYAMA K., et al.
2018PASJ...70S..45O 131           X         3 30 ~ The formation of a Spitzer bubble RCW 79 triggered by a cloud-cloud collision. OHAMA A., KOHNO M., HASEGAWA K., et al.
2018PASJ...70S..47O 87           X         2 20 ~ Molecular gas in the H II-region complex RCW 166: Possible evidence for an early phase of cloud-cloud collision prior to the bubble formation. OHAMA A., KOHNO M., FUJITA S., et al.
2018PASJ...70S..48H 192       D     X         5 19 ~ High-mass star formation possibly triggered by cloud-cloud collision in the H II region RCW 34. HAYASHI K., SANO H., ENOKIYA R., et al.
2018PASJ...70S..49E 218           X         5 36 ~ Detailed CO(J = 1-0, 2-1, and 3-2) observations toward an H II region RCW 32 in the Vela Molecular Ridge. ENOKIYA R., SANO H., HAYASHI K., et al.
2018PASJ...70S..50K 44           X         1 67 ~ FOREST Unbiased Galactic plane Imaging survey with the Nobeyama 45 m telescope (FUGIN): Molecular clouds toward W 33; possible evidence for a cloud-cloud collision triggering O star formation. KOHNO M., TORII K., TACHIHARA K., et al.
2018PASJ...70S..51T 44           X         1 22 ~ Large-scale CO J = 1-0 observations of the giant molecular cloud associated with the infrared ring N35 with the Nobeyama 45 m telescope. TORII K., FUJITA S., MATSUO M., et al.
2018PASJ...70S..56L 44           X         1 9 ~ The interstellar medium and star formation of galactic disks. I. Interstellar medium and giant molecular cloud properties with diffuse far-ultraviolet and cosmic-ray backgrounds. LI Q., TAN J.C., CHRISTIE D., et al.
2018PASJ...70S..58T 44           X         1 4 ~ Formation of massive, dense cores by cloud-cloud collisions. TAKAHIRA K., SHIMA K., HABE A., et al.
2017A&A...600A.106C viz 17       D               1 471 3 A RAVE investigation on Galactic open clusters. II. Open cluster pairs, groups and complexes. CONRAD C., SCHOLZ R.-D., KHARCHENKO N.V., et al.
2017ApJ...834..122G viz 85           X         2 33 1 Massive star formation in the LMC. I. N159 and N160 complexes. GORDON M.S., JONES T.J., GEHRZ R.D., et al.
2017ApJ...835..108S 43           X         1 30 20 Kinematic structure of Molecular gas around high-mass YSO, Papillon Nebula, in N159 East in the Large Magellanic Cloud: a new perspective with ALMA. SAIGO K., ONISHI T., NAYAK O., et al.
2017ApJ...835..137W 45           X         1 8 17 GMC collisions as triggers of star formation. II. 3D turbulent, magnetized simulations. WU B., TAN J.C., NAKAMURA F., et al.
2017ApJ...835..142T 2384 T   A D S   X C       54 37 33 Triggered O star formation in
M20 via cloud-cloud collision: comparisons between high-resolution CO observations and simulations.
TORII K., HATTORI Y., HASEGAWA K., et al.
2017ApJ...835L..14G 86           X         2 12 12 L1188: a promising candidate for cloud-cloud collisions triggering the formation of low- and intermediate-mass stars. GONG Y., FANG M., MAO R., et al.
2017ApJ...838...61P viz 1788     A D S   X         42 492 4 Candidate X-ray OB stars in MYStIX massive star-forming regions. POVICH M.S., BUSK H.A., FEIGELSON E.D., et al.
2017ApJ...839...59P 85             C       2 19 4 CTIO, ROSAT HRI, and Chandra ACIS observations of the archetypical mixed-morphology supernova remnant W28 (G6.4-0.1). PANNUTI T.G., RHO J., KARGALTSEV O., et al.
2017ApJ...849...65D 85           X         2 10 5 Observational signatures of cloud-cloud collision in the extended star-forming region S235. DEWANGAN L.K. and OJHA D.K.
2017ApJ...850...23B 44           X         1 8 11 GMC collisions as triggers of star formation. V. Observational signatures. BISBAS T.G., TANAKA K.E.I., TAN J.C., et al.
2017ApJ...850L..30Y 43           X         1 17 3 ALMA detection of bipolar outflows: evidence for low-mass star formation within 1 pc of Sgr A*. YUSEF-ZADEH F., WARDLE M., KUNNERIATH D., et al.
2017MNRAS.465.2517W 707     A     X C       16 13 6 HD 164492C: a rapidly rotating, Hα-bright, magnetic early B star associated with a 12.5 d spectroscopic binary. WADE G.A., SHULTZ M., SIKORA J., et al.
2017MNRAS.465.3483B 46           X         1 3 10 Star formation triggered by non-head-on cloud-cloud collisions, and clouds with pre-collision sub-structure. BALFOUR S.K., WHITWORTH A.P. and HUBBER D.A.
2017MNRAS.467..437G 597 T         X C       12 5 8 B fields in OB stars (BOB): the magnetic triple stellar system HD 164492C in the
Trifid nebula.
GONZALEZ J.F., HUBRIG S., PRZYBILLA N., et al.
2017MNRAS.469.1036J 358       D     X         9 44 6 The impact of atomic data selection on nebular abundance determinations. JUAN DE DIOS L. and RODRIGUEZ M.
2017MNRAS.470.3937S viz 17       D               1 1854 7 A multimembership catalogue for 1876 open clusters using UCAC4 data. SAMPEDRO L., DIAS W.S., ALFARO E.J., et al.
2017MNRAS.471..987E 230       D     X         6 31 12 The radial abundance gradient of oxygen towards the Galactic anti-centre. ESTEBAN C., FANG X., GARCIA-ROJAS J., et al.
2017MNRAS.471.3563D 128           X         3 25 6 Locating the intense interstellar scattering towards the inner Galaxy. DEXTER J., DELLER A., BOWER G.C., et al.
2016A&A...585A.101K viz 17       D               1 3073 12 Global survey of star clusters in the Milky Way. V. Integrated JHKS magnitudes and luminosity functions. KHARCHENKO N.V., PISKUNOV A.E., SCHILBACH E., et al.
2016A&A...586A..68P 39 21 Observational constraints on star cluster formation theory. I. The mass-radius relation. PFALZNER S., KIRK H., SILLS A., et al.
2016A&A...587A...7P 85             C       1 8 13 B fields in OB stars (BOB): Detection of a magnetic field in the He-strong star CPD-57°3509. PRZYBILLA N., FOSSATI L., HUBRIG S., et al.
2016A&A...593A.116J viz 17       D               1 1182 19 Study of open clusters within 1.8 kpc and understanding the Galactic structure. JOSHI Y.C., DAMBIS A.K., PANDEY A.K., et al.
2016AJ....152...31A viz 17       D               1 317 11 Spectral classification and properties of the OVz stars in the galactic O star spectroscopic survey (GOSSS). ARIAS J.I., WALBORN N.R., DIAZ S.S., et al.
2016AJ....152..146N 42           X         1 53 8 Star-forming activity in the HII regions associated with the IRAS 17160-3707 complex. NANDAKUMAR G., VEENA V.S., VIG S., et al.
2016ApJ...817...68Z 17       D               1 93 7 On the nonthermal κ-distributed electrons in planetary nebulae and H II regions: the κ index and its correlations with other nebular properties. ZHANG Y., ZHANG B. and LIU X.-W.
2016ApJ...820...26F 102       D     X         3 27 56 The two molecular clouds in RCW 38: evidence for the formation of the youngest super star cluster in the Milky Way triggered by cloud-cloud collision. FUKUI Y., TORII K., OHAMA A., et al.
2016ApJ...833..193R viz 376       S   X C       7 1198 4 Young stellar populations in MYStIX star-forming regions: candidate protostars. ROMINE G., FEIGELSON E.D., GETMAN K.V., et al.
2016BaltA..25...23K viz 17       D               2 142 2 On the Astron UV space mission data. KILPIO E.Y., MIRONOV A.V. and MALKOV O.Y.
2016PASJ...68...37H 42           X         1 207 8 Mid- and far-infrared properties of Spitzer Galactic bubbles revealed by the AKARI all-sky surveys. HATTORI Y., KANEDA H., ISHIHARA D., et al.
2015A&A...574A..20F 43           X         1 14 34 B fields in OB stars (BOB): on the detection of weak magnetic fields in the two early B-type stars β CMa and ε CMa. Possible lack of a ``magnetic desert'' in massive stars. FOSSATI L., CASTRO N., MOREL T., et al.
2015A&A...581A..81C 83             C       1 10 18 B fields in OB stars (BOB). Detection of a strong magnetic field in the O9.7 V star HD 54879. CASTRO N., FOSSATI L., HUBRIG S., et al.
2015A&A...582A..45F 82           X         2 51 45 B fields in OB stars (BOB): Low-resolution FORS2 spectropolarimetry of the first sample of 50 massive stars. FOSSATI L., CASTRO N., SCHOELLER M., et al.
2015ApJ...798..126J 41           X         1 20 10 The structural evolution of forming and early stage star clusters. JAEHNIG K.O., DA RIO N. and TAN J.C.
2015ApJ...800..101A 51           X         1 2 20 Mopra CO observations of the bubble H II region RCW 120. ANDERSON L.D., DEHARVENG L., ZAVAGNO A., et al.
2015ApJ...801L..26Y viz 41           X         1 64 20 Radio continuum observations of the Galactic center: photoevaporative proplyd-like objects near Sgr A*. YUSEF-ZADEH F., ROBERTS D.A., WARDLE M., et al.
2015ApJ...802...60K viz 387       D     X C       9 45 25 The spatial structure of young stellar clusters. II. Total young stellar populations. KUHN M.A., GETMAN K.V. and FEIGELSON E.D.
2015ApJ...806....7T 332           X         8 17 61 Cloud-cloud collision as a trigger of the high-mass star formation: a molecular line study in RCW120. TORII K., HASEGAWA K., HATTORI Y., et al.
2015ApJ...807L...4F 44           X         1 17 53 High-mass star formation triggered by collision between CO filaments in N159 west in the Large Magellanic Cloud. FUKUI Y., HARADA R., TOKUDA K., et al.
2015ApJ...808...38R 50           X         1 3 28 Dissecting the gaseous halos of z ∼ damped Lyα systems with close quasar pairs. RUBIN K.H.R., HENNAWI J.F., PROCHASKA J.X., et al.
2015ApJ...811...10R 41           X         1 28 15 No evidence for protoplanetary disk destruction by OBS stars in the MYStIX sample. RICHERT A.J.W., FEIGELSON E.D., GETMAN K.V., et al.
2015MNRAS.446..120D viz 41           X         1 140 116 The ATLAS3D project - XXIX. The new look of early-type galaxies and surrounding fields disclosed by extremely deep optical images. DUC P.-A., CUILLANDRE J.-C., KARABAL E., et al.
2015MNRAS.449.1797D 141       D     X         4 32 38 Oxygen enrichment in carbon-rich planetary nebulae. DELGADO-INGLADA G., RODRIGUEZ M., PEIMBERT M., et al.
2015MNRAS.450...10H 775     A S   X C F     16 5 46 Isolating signatures of major cloud-cloud collisions using position-velocity diagrams. HAWORTH T.J., TASKER E.J., FUKUI Y., et al.
2015MNRAS.450.1199D 41           X         1 53 37 The dangers of being trigger-happy. DALE J.E., HAWORTH T.J. and BRESSERT E.
2015MNRAS.452.1553E 306       D     X         8 12 13 The radial abundance gradient of chlorine in the Milky Way. ESTEBAN C., GARCIA-ROJAS J. and PEREZ-MESA V.
2015MNRAS.453.2471B 46           X         1 3 17 Star formation triggered by cloud-cloud collisions. BALFOUR S.K., WHITWORTH A.P., HUBBER D.A., et al.
2015MNRAS.454.1634H 292           X C       6 7 30 Isolating signatures of major cloud-cloud collisions - II. The lifetimes of broad bridge features. HAWORTH T.J., SHIMA K., TASKER E.J., et al.
2015PASJ...67..109T 42           X         1 11 18 Cloud-cloud collision in the Galactic center 50 km s –1 molecular cloud. TSUBOI M., MIYAZAKI A. and UEHARA K.
2015RAA....15.1945S 41           X         1 108 31 Thirty Meter Telescope Detailed Science Case: 2015. SKIDMORE W.
2014A&A...564A..79D viz 16       D               1 1797 66 Proper motions of the optically visible open clusters based on the UCAC4 catalog. DIAS W.S., MONTEIRO H., CAETANO T.C., et al.
2014A&A...564L..10H 434 T   A     X         10 5 21 B fields in OB stars (BOB): The discovery of a magnetic field in a multiple system in the
Trifid nebula, one of the youngest star forming regions.
HUBRIG S., FOSSATI L., CARROLL T.A., et al.
2014A&A...568A..50V 163           X C       3 13 23 Cosmic ray induced ionisation of a molecular cloud shocked by the W28 supernova remnant. VAUPRE S., HILY-BLANT P., CECCARELLI C., et al.
2014ApJ...780...36F 124           X         3 40 86 Molecular clouds toward the super star cluster NGC 3603: possible evidence for a cloud-cloud collision in triggering the cluster formation. FUKUI Y., OHAMA A., HANAOKA N., et al.
2014ApJ...783....1S viz 284           X C       6 25 16 Optical/Near-infrared polarization survey of Sh 2-29: magnetic fields, dense cloud fragmentations, and anomalous dust grain sizes. SANTOS F.P., FRANCO G.A.P., ROMAN-LOPES A., et al.
2014ApJ...785...91M 220       D     X         6 8 14 Testing the existence of non-maxwellian electron distributions in H II regions after assessing atomic data accuracy. MENDOZA C. and BAUTISTA M.A.
2014ApJ...787..107K viz 464       D     X C       11 37 58 The spatial structure of young stellar clusters. I. Subclusters. KUHN M.A., FEIGELSON E.D., GETMAN K.V., et al.
2014ApJ...787..108G viz 122           X C       2 58 41 Age gradients in the stellar populations of massive star forming regions based on a new stellar chronometer. GETMAN K.V., FEIGELSON E.D., KUHN M.A., et al.
2014ApJ...792...63T 127           X         3 11 61 Do cloud-cloud collisions trigger high-mass star formation? I. Small cloud collisions. TAKAHIRA K., TASKER E.J. and HABE A.
2014ApJ...793...56G 41           X         1
ASR 5103 29 00.3115239900+31 13 38.60036479714140.19720.122890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[RAC97] VLA 1203 28 59.81+31 14 03.266D1999ApJS..125..427RRadio
[RAC97] VLA 1503 29 02.45+31 13 44.766D1999ApJS..125..427RRadio
HH 34403 29 01.7+31 13 1655HH
HH 344A03 29 01.72+31 13 16.066DHH
2MASS J03290034+311415103 29 00.34+31 14 15.166150140147CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
CXONGC1333 J032901.3+31141303 29 01.36+31 14 13.266D2002ApJ...575..354GX
2MASS J03285750+311316203 28 57.51+31 13 16.366908044CIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
[KJT2007] SMM J032901+3114303 29 01.0+31 14 2255Emm2007ApJ...668.1042KPartofCloud
NGC 1333B03 29 01.5+31 12 5555DMolCld
[HL95] NGC 1333 IRAS 2 203 28 59.4+31 14 2355DPartofCloud
JCMTSE J032900.8+31142503 29 00.80+31 14 24.466D2001ApJ...546L..49SRadio(sub-mm)
[TTK2018] Per-emb-36-A03 28 57.3730+31 14 15.76488CRad2018ApJ...852...18TRadio(cm)
SSTc2d J032857.3+31141503 28 57.3+31 14 1555DMIR2015ApJS..220...11DCandidate_YSO
[TTK2018] Per-emb-36-B03 28 57.3700+31 14 16.07288CRad2018ApJ...852...18TRadio(cm)
BD+30 54703 28 57.2107612240+31 14 19.07662475514140.06060.033190AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[QTC2005] C2103 29 05+31 14.344E2005ApJ...632..941QPartofCloud
ASR 5003 28 55.16+31 14 16.566DXray2010AJ....140..266WYSO
ASR 7303 29 05.26+31 12 54.066DIR
2MASS J03290631+311346403 29 06.318+31 13 46.427790800CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
ASR 9803 28 58.7+31 12 2255DIR
2MASS J03285404+311333703 28 54.05+31 13 33.86612011045CIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
IRAS 03258+310403 28 55.30+31 14 27.866Dmm2016ApJ...819..143CYSO
[CMG2014] MM203 28 55.710+31 14 35.3377Cmm2014A&A...563L...3CYSO
ASR 7103 28 53.85+31 13 30.366DIR
[SDA2014] West4003 29 04.06+31 14 46.56630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321EYSO
[CMG2014] MM303 28 55.500+31 14 34.7577Cmm2014A&A...563L...3CRadio(mm)
[TDL2015] IRAS2A VLA203 28 55.563+31 14 36.4177BRad2015ApJ...798...61TRadio
[CMG2014] MM103 28 55.580+31 14 37.0677Cmm2014A&A...563L...3CYSO
[JCC87] IRAS 2A03 28 55.55+31 14 36.76630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321EYSO
[TDL2015] IRAS2A VLA103 28 55.5695+31 14 37.02088BRad2015ApJ...798...61TRadio
[CAZ2013] NGC 1333 IRAS 2A103 28 55.57+31 14 37.166Dsmm2013ApJ...768..110CRadio(sub-mm)
[CAZ2013] NGC 1333 IRAS 2A203 28 55.55+31 14 38.566Dsmm2013ApJ...768..110CRadio(sub-mm)
SSTYSV J032855.72+311442.103 28 55.728+31 14 42.1077CIR2015AJ....150..175RCandidate_YSO
DOBASHI 415203 28 53.9+31 13 0255EIR2011PASJ...63S...1DDkNeb
ASR 2103 29 02.2+31 15 0555DIR
ASR 2003 29 02.2+31 15 0555DIR
[SB86] NGC 1333 603 29 02.3+31 15 0755DRadio
2MASS J03285706+311502803 28 57.062+31 15 02.89771201100CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[RAC97] VLA 1803 29 03.38+31 15 04.066D1999ApJS..125..427RYSO
[SK2001] 103 29 00.55+31 12 00.86630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321EYSO
[UT87] 8a03 29+31.222E1987ApJS...63..645UPartofCloud
CXONGC1333 J032903.0+31151603 29 02.89+31 15 16.566D1999ApJS..125..427RYSO
ASR 11903 28 56.63+31 15 16.666DIR
ASR 13403 28 54.86+31 15 02.466DIR
[B77] 5903 29.1+31 1533E1977A&AS...29...65BGalNeb
[GFT2002] 6203 29 08.72+31 13 14.766D2002ApJ...575..354GX
[JCC87] IRAS 2C03 28 53.90+31 14 53.566D2001ApJ...546L..49SIR
[SDA2014] West1903 29 01.8+31 15 3455DFIR2014ApJ...787L..18SCandidate_YSO
[RAC97] VLA 103 28 57.650+31 15 31.3377CRad2011ApJ...736...25FRadio
[SB86] NGC 1333 703 28 57.5+31 15 3155DRadio
[WMW2010] 18603 28 58.49+31 11 41.266DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
[FOW2011] 1203 29 01.970+31 15 36.2277CRad2011ApJ...736...25FRadio
[GMM2008] 5603 28 53.58+31 12 14.76630030090CIR2008ApJ...674..336GYSO
NAME HH 7-11 MMS 303 29 01.964+31 15 38.0477CRad2011ApJ...736...25FRadio(sub-mm)
NAME HH 7-11(B)03 29 02.1+31 15 3855ERad1990A&AS...84..179CMaser
[PCC93] 4403 29 02.1+31 15 3855DMaser
[HLB98] Onsala 2703 29 02.1+31 15 3855D1998A&AS..132..211HMaser
SSTc2d J032909.4+31141303 29 09.41+31 14 14.16630030090CIR2008ApJ...674..336GYSO
[SB86] NGC 1333 403 29 01.8+31 15 3955DRadio
ASR 1703 28 57.15096+31 15 34.59969980704CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[GMW2007] S1-603 28 57.30+31 15 36.66630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OStar
2MASS J03285110+311256403 28 51.11+31 12 56.46615014015CIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
[RAC97] VLA 603 28 52.47+31 15 00.166D2000A&AS..141..533CRadio
[JCC87] IRAS 4A203 29 10.413+31 13 32.2077Cmm2000ApJ...529..477LYSO
[TLL2016] Per-emb-12-B03 29 10.4270+31 13 32.09988CRad2016ApJ...818...73TRadio
[JCC87] IRAS 4A303 29 10.44+31 13 35.966Cmm2015A&A...584A.126SRadio(mm)
ASR 10903 28 54.928+31 15 29.01771009045CIR2003yCat.2246....0Clow-mass*
[JCC87] IRAS 4A03 29 10.49+31 13 30.866D2008ApJ...674..336GYSO
ASR 10603 28 59.30640+31 15 48.517299908045CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[JCC87] IRAS 4A103 29 10.510+31 13 31.0177Cmm2000ApJ...529..477LYSO
NAME HH 7/11X03 29 05.7+31 15 3055D2006A&A...449.1089VUnknown
[TLL2016] Per-emb-12-A03 29 10.5370+31 13 30.92588CRad2016ApJ...818...73TRadio
NAME ASR 106B03 28 59.300+31 15 49.107730010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
NAME ASR 106A03 28 59.220+31 15 49.067730010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OStar
[AOB2017] 2903 29.1+31 1233EGam2017MNRAS.466.2378Agamma
SSTc2d J032910.6+31134003 29 10.65+31 13 40.06630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321ECandidate_YSO
[GMW2007] S1-803 28 58.058+31 15 48.6577D2007AJ....133.1321GStar
ASR 1803 28 57.98+31 15 48.66630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OStar
[HL2013] 052.29431+31.2220703 29 10.63+31 13 19.566DMIR2013ApJS..205....5HIR
HH 1103 29 03+31 15.844EHH
[GMW2007] S1-703 28 57.990+31 15 50.3677D2007AJ....133.1321GStar
2MASS J03290472+311134803 29 04.729+31 11 34.907711011090CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[JCC87] IRAS 403 29 10.9+31 13 2655Dmm2006ApJ...638..293EFIR
[BM89] 1-303 29 08.6+31 15 0555D1989ApJS...71...89BPartofCloud
NAME HH 7-11 MMS 203 29 03.056+31 15 51.6777D2000ApJ...529..477LRadio(sub-mm)
ASR 1503 28 56.9508334453+31 15 50.40034335414141.02220.628990AOpt2018yCat.1345....0Glow-mass*
2MASS J03285601+311547103 28 56.01+31 15 47.16615014015CIR2003yCat.2246....0CStar
ASR 603 29 06.425+31 15 34.86772101901CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
HH 8A03 29 06.23+31 15 37.266DHH
IRAS C03259+310503 29 03.1+31 15 5555Esmm2008ApJS..175..277DIR
NGC 1333 13A03 29 02.6+31 15 5755D2006ApJ...638..293EdenseCore
HH 1003 29 05.456+31 15 45.3277CIR2006AJ....131.1163SHH
NAME HH 7-11(C)03 29 11.4+31 13 1855ERad1990A&AS...84..179CMaser
HH 11B03 29 04.54+31 15 51.766DHH
HH 7C03 29 07.8+31 15 2655DHH
2MASS J03290817+311154803 29 08.17+31 11 54.966140130147CIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
[KJT2007] SMM 5703 29 06.8+31 15 3755Emm2007ApJ...668.1042KPartofCloud
ASR 10103 29 08.79+31 12 01.066DIR
ASR 503 29 04.572+31 15 53.9077CNIR2012yCat.2316....0UIR
ASR 203 29 02.8905446739+31 16 00.95658560214140.66190.424090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[HLB98] Onsala 2803 29 04.5+31 15 5555D1998A&AS..132..211HMaser
JCMTLSG J032903.4+31160003 29 03.4+31 16 0055D2017MNRAS.469.3881SRadio(sub-mm)
[KJT2007] SMM 5303 29 08.9+31 15 1655Emm2007ApJ...668.1042KPartofCloud
[GFT2002] 2403 28 53.58+31 15 38.066D2002ApJ...575..354GX
2MASS J03285241+311526403 28 52.4223139113+31 15 26.49287392914140.05500.031790AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
[WMW2010] 12503 29 08.710+31 15 20.3477DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
[RAC97] VLA 303 29 03.372+31 16 01.6077CRad2011ApJ...736...25FRadio(sub-mm)
[QTC2005] C1403 29 09+31 12.044E2005ApJ...632..941QPartofCloud
[SVS76] NGC 1333 13A203 29 03.374+31 16 01.8777D2000ApJ...529..477LIR
HH 7B03 29 08.11+31 15 28.566DHH
[GMW2007] S1-203 28 55.334+31 15 53.8377D2007AJ....133.1321GStar
[EYG2006] Bolo 4603 29 08.90+31 15 20.866D2001ApJ...546L..49SdenseCore
HH 7D03 29 08.3+31 15 2955DHH
NAME NGC 1333 H2O Maser03 29 03.7+31 16 0355D1980ApJ...237...26HMaser
HH 7A03 29 08.33+31 15 29.166DHH
[LAL96] 17403 28 59.58+31 11 07.066D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
2MASS J03290842+311528403 29 08.420+31 15 28.48772102005CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
EHVHCOP 103 29 04.1+31 16 0255DHVCld
[SVS76] NGC 1333 13A03 29 03.73+31 16 03.866D2015MNRAS.449.2438LRadio(sub-mm)
[TLL2016] Per-emb-44-B03 29 03.7430+31 16 03.79088CRad2016ApJ...818...73TRadio
[TLL2016] Per-emb-44-A03 29 03.7660+31 16 03.81088CRad2016ApJ...818...73TRadio
V* V512 Per03 29 03.7567945196+31 16 03.95918387714140.50260.313490AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GOrion_V*
[RAC97] VLA 4a03 29 03.715+31 16 04.1477D2000ApJ...542L.123ARadio
[RAC97] VLA 4b03 29 03.740+31 16 04.1577D2000ApJ...542L.123ARadio
[HL95] NGC 1333 IRAS 2 103 28 49.7+31 14 4755DPartofCloud
2MASS J03290844+311529803 29 08.446+31 15 29.8477110110158CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
[SGJ2009] 403 28 56.41+31 16 03.66630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372Olow-mass*
NAME NGC 1333SW Cluster03 29 00+31 16.244E2003A&A...397..177BCl*
NAME IRAS 4B1 North03 29 12.06+31 13 05.46630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321EYSO
[SB86] NGC 1333 503 29 03.6+31 16 0755DRadio
2MASS J03284897+311245103 28 48.98+31 12 45.1661009045CIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
NAME HH 7-1103 29 03.9+31 16 0655DFIR
ASR 303 29 02.1579763820+31 16 11.43778733414140.15900.095090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO 31 5 Accretion and outflow in the proplyd-like objects near Cygnus OB2. GUARCELLO M.G., DRAKE J.J., WRIGHT N.J., et al.
2014ApJS..211...10S viz 41           X         1 356 129 The Galactic O-Star Spectroscopic Survey (GOSSS). II. Bright southern stars. SOTA A., MAIZ APELLANIZ J., MORRELL N.I., et al.
2014ApJS..211...18K 41           X         1 18 14 Annual parallax determination toward a new x-ray-emitting class 0 candidate with the water maser in the NGC 2264 star-forming region. KAMEZAKI T., IMURA K., OMODAKA T., et al.
2014ApJS..212...13A viz 41           X         1 88 8 Chasing the Identification of ASCA Galactic Objects (ChIcAGO): an X-ray survey of unidentified sources in the Galactic Plane. I. Source sample and initial results.
[JCC87] IRAS 4B03 29 12.058+31 13 02.0577DMIR2012yCat.2311....0CYSO
NAME IRAS 4B1 South03 29 12.06+31 13 01.76630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321EYSO
[SER2000] SSV 1303 29 03.5+31 16 0955ERad2000ApJS..131..249SdenseCore
HH 903 29 06.5+31 15 5355DHH
EHVHCOP 303 29 03.7+31 16 0955DHVCld
EHVHCOP 203 29 05.7+31 16 0055DHVCld
2MASS J03290421+311608003 29 04.21+31 16 08.06639033091CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[LAL96] 16703 28 58.19328+31 10 59.41209970600CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[JCC87] IRAS 4B203 29 12.8+31 13 0255Dsmm2000MNRAS.319..991SRadio(sub-mm)
[WMW2010] 12703 29 07.15+31 15 57.966DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
ASR 13203 29 03.48+31 16 18.266D2002ApJ...575..354GIR
2MASS J03285213+311547103 28 52.1385829071+31 15 47.21209280614140.24090.147690AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
ASR 6803 28 49.31+31 15 07.966DIR
[QTC2005] C2003 28 52+31 15.844E2005ApJ...632..941QPartofCloud
[RAC97] VLA 503 28 47.86+31 14 33.566D2000A&AS..141..533CRadio
2MASS J03285694+311622203 28 56.9543154262+31 16 22.33376961214140.75990.354990AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[JCC87] IRAS 4C03 29 13.54+31 13 58.26630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321EYSO
[HL2013] 052.30642+31.2328203 29 13.54+31 13 58.266DMIR2013ApJS..205....5HCandidate_YSO
[RAC97] VLA 803 28 56.89+31 16 24.166D2000A&AS..141..533CRadio
2MASS J03291223+311220403 29 12.2647557938+31 12 20.375906255141410.49074.951490COpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
[HL2013] 052.30686+31.2327503 29 13.65+31 13 57.966DMIR2013ApJS..205....5HCandidate_YSO
2MASS J03285934+311631503 28 59.346+31 16 31.56771701600CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
2MASS J03291243+311456503 29 12.4324885799+31 14 56.49756571914140.04200.022290AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[WMW2010] 12403 28 49.09+31 15 18.666DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
[LBH75] 032559.3+31060503 29 04.8+31 16 2455D1975ApJ...202...81LMaser
[RAC97] VLA 2103 29 04.99+31 16 25.366D1999ApJS..125..427RRadio
2MASS J03285514+311624703 28 55.1458284868+31 16 24.82656351714140.21900.140290AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
ASR 5503 29 14.03+31 14 28.16630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
2MASS J03285505+311628703 28 55.0668441485+31 16 28.83209050214140.34380.224190AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[OTS2008] 5903 29 13.110+31 15 05.117730010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
[GMW2007] S2-203 29 01.876+31 16 43.9877D2007AJ....133.1321GStar
JCMTSF J032847.2+31150103 28 47.2+31 15 0155100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
ASR 9403 28 45.66+31 13 42.766DIR
2MASS J03291409+311442303 29 14.095+31 14 42.3177210200118CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
HH 345A03 29 15.07+31 13 25.766DHH
HH 34503 29 15.1+31 13 2655HH
2MASX J03291426+311446303 29 14.268+31 14 46.3177CIR2006AJ....131.1163SGalaxy
2MASS J03291433+311444103 29 14.333+31 14 44.1177120120158CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
2MASS J03290740+311049003 29 07.4023925028+31 10 49.08654981214140.15850.099990AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
[OTS2008] 4503 29 05.030+31 16 41.417730010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
ASR 4603 28 52.9113840591+31 16 26.53263552414140.19250.119090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[LAL96] 11903 28 51.98+31 10 56.966D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
[OTS2008] 4803 29 05.880+31 16 38.957730010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372ObrownD*
ASR 703 29 05.75376+31 16 39.69489970607CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[MNC2000] RL 103 28 59.8+31 16 5355D2000ApJ...538..698MPartofCloud
ASR 1303 28 56.97+31 16 49.26630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
CXONGC1333 J032905.9+31164003 29 05.90+31 16 40.666D2002ApJ...575..354GX
ASR 1103 29 01.89+31 16 53.46610090157CIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
[OTS2008] 2203 28 59.190+31 16 54.037730010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
[OTS2008] 4903 29 05.930+31 16 41.017730010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
[KJT2007] 11903 28 51.4+31 10 5755Emm2007ApJ...668.1042KPartofCloud
[GMW2007] S2-803 29 04.229+31 16 50.6077D2007AJ....133.1321GStar
2MASS J03290417+311650803 29 04.17+31 16 50.866909090CIR2003yCat.2246....0C**
[GMW2007] S2-703 29 04.179+31 16 50.9377D2007AJ....133.1321GStar
2MASS J03285209+311629203 28 52.10+31 16 29.366908044CIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
HH 34203 28 51.94+31 10 48.066DHH
[QTC2005] C503 29 14+31 15.344E2005ApJ...632..941QPartofCloud
[OTS2008] 5103 29 09.30+31 16 24.46630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
[HL2013] 052.21604+31.1797703 28 51.85+31 10 47.266DMIR2013ApJS..205....5HIR
HH 75303 29 00.8+31 17 0155D2005AJ....129.2308WHH
[MNC2000] RL 203 29 01.0+31 17 0155D2000ApJ...538..698MPartofCloud
2MASS J03284622+311203403 28 46.221+31 12 03.4577909093CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
2MASS J03285461+311651203 28 54.6190190324+31 16 51.23693300114140.25070.152890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[GMW2007] S2-503 29 04.03+31 17 00.46630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
ASR 10503 29 04.662+31 16 59.157770607CIR2003yCat.2246....0Clow-mass*
[OTS2008] 603 28 55.50+31 16 57.66630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OStar
[EYG2006] Bolo 3503 28 48.4+31 16 0255Dmm2006ApJ...638..293EdenseCore
ASR 13103 29 06.47+31 16 52.66630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OStar
2MASS J03284734+311129803 28 47.345+31 11 29.8677807085CIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
2MASS J03285105+311632403 28 51.0658755414+31 16 32.50256350514140.17790.109190AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[EYG2006] Bolo 3403 28 45.9+31 15 2055Dmm2006ApJ...638..293EdenseCore
2MASS J03284872+311608603 28 48.721+31 16 08.657717015013CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
XMMU J032847.2+31113003 28 47.2+31 11 3055D2003A&A...401..543PX
ASR 4203 28 54.0801694650+31 16 54.33160812014140.24450.153690AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
ASR 803 29 04.0654589569+31 17 07.50018081414140.15560.093290AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[SGJ2009] 903 29 05.549+31 10 14.227744037084CNIR2003yCat.2246....0Clow-mass*
[GMW2007] S2-1003 29 05.38+31 17 03.36630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
[GMW2007] S2-103 29 01.59+31 17 12.86630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
ASR 1403 28 59.99+31 17 13.96630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OStar
[EYG2006] Bolo 5103 29 16.5+31 12 3555Dmm2005A&A...440..151HdenseCore
[RAC97] VLA 1103 28 57.64+31 17 13.966D1999ApJS..125..427RRadio
[GMW2007] S2-403 29 02.654+31 17 14.8477D2007AJ....133.1321GStar
ASR 7503 29 16.28+31 15 00.76630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
HH 34703 29 15.7+31 15 2255HH
HH 347A03 29 15.80+31 15 22.266DHH
[OTS2008] 803 28 56.38+31 17 18.56630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
[LAL96] 8403 28 44.04+31 15 05.766D ANDERSON G.E., GAENSLER B.M., KAPLAN D.L., et al.
2014MNRAS.440.3588T 41           X         1 13 3 The pros and cons of the inversion method approach to derive 3D dust emission properties in the ISM: the Hi-GAL field centred on (l, b) = (30°, 0°). TRAFICANTE A., PALADINI R., COMPIEGNE M., et al.
2014MNRAS.444.1982A 16       D               1 151 3 Assessment of evolutionary status of eclipsing binaries using light-curve parameters and spectral classification. AVVAKUMOVA E.A. and MALKOV O.Yu.
2013A&A...552A..30C 40           X         1 19 3 An irradiated jet in M 17. COMERON F., PASQUALI A. and ALVES DE OLIVEIRA C.
2013A&A...557A..29C viz       IR
PLCKERC -070 G158.33-20.5303 29 03.6+31 17 2155600006000090Esmm2011A&A...536A...7PUnknown
[RAC97] VLA 2303 29 07.15+31 17 08.766D1999ApJS..125..427RRadio
ASR 2303 29 10.8219747734+31 16 42.67561857414140.56520.328090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
PGCC G158.43-20.6203 29 10.070+31 10 26.5777Emm2016A&A...594A..28PMolCld
[KJT2007] SMM J032914+3117003 29 08.7+31 17 0455Emm2007ApJ...668.1042KPartofCloud
2MASS J03285744+310946403 28 57.45+31 09 46.566908010CIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
JCMTSF J032908.3+31170703 29 08.61+31 17 09.466D1999ApJS..125..427RRadio
[OTS2008] 1803 28 57.480+31 17 32.507730010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
2MASS J03290421+311730103 29 04.22+31 17 30.16690807CIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
2MASS J03291793+311453503 29 17.94+31 14 53.66690806CIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
LDN 1450A03 29 10.6+31 16 5855D1989ApJS...71...89BDkNeb
2MASS J03285868+310939403 28 58.69+31 09 39.466908011CIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
[KJT2007] SMM 5603 29 07.3+31 17 2255Emm2007ApJ...668.1042KPartofCloud
[OTS2008] 7303 29 16.840+31 15 33.877730010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
JCMTSE J032906.9+31172503 29 07.06+31 17 25.666D2001ApJ...546L..49SdenseCore
[KJD2006] EC 3103 28 42.30+31 12 21.766D2006ApJ...646.1009KPartofCloud
ASR 9303 28 41.43+31 14 09.766DIR
[SJM2012] J032913.05+311639.803 29 13.05+31 16 39.866DOpt2012ApJ...756...24SStar
ASR 2603 29 13.05216+31 16 39.867699CNIR2012yCat.2316....0Ulow-mass*
HH 5A03 29 19.3+31 13 1755DHH
NAME HH 5 IRS03 29 18.7+31 12 3155DIR
ASR 3803 28 55.2526319531+31 17 35.36618903314141.19040.664090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
2MASS J03284197+311217103 28 41.9758326705+31 12 17.24205338814142.32021.212290AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
HH 75903 29 18.4+31 12 0955D2005AJ....129.2308WHH
ASR 9503 28 41.85+31 12 18.466D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
[OTS2008] 2903 29 01.19+31 17 48.06630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
[GMW2007] S3A-603 29 13.283+31 16 45.9177D2007AJ....133.1321GStar
[OTS2008] 7503 29 18.11+31 15 24.26630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
2MASS J03290226+311749203 29 02.27+31 17 49.366310240178CIR2003yCat.2246....0CStar
[DCE2008] 07603 29 19.75+31 12 56.966D2008ApJS..179..249DYSO
2MASS J03285622+311745703 28 56.2299819972+31 17 45.69433301014140.22960.137490AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
2MASS J03284782+311655203 28 47.8269293133+31 16 55.18465704014140.25760.153390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
EM* LkHA 35103 28 46.1902223754+31 16 38.57240256414140.09590.055390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[WMW2010] 12603 29 17.65+31 15 45.666DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
[OTS2008] 7603 29 18.94+31 15 14.06630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
[RAC97] VLA 3003 29 15.85+31 16 21.666D1999ApJS..125..427RRadio
HH 12L03 28 57.8+31 17 5455DHH
ASR 3503 29 03.56+31 17 53.96630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OStar
[OTS2008] 6803 29 15.980+31 16 22.507730010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
ASR 2403 29 11.3088574788+31 17 17.57148931614140.38590.233590AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[GMW2007] S3B-603 29 10.75+31 17 22.26630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
[HJ83] 3103 28 46.05+31 16 44.766D1983AJ.....88.1040HStar
2MASS J03292037+311250603 29 20.371+31 12 50.70771701503CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
HH 503 29 20.424+31 12 51.2877CIR2006AJ....131.1163SHH
HH 72703 28 48.1+31 17 1055D2004ApJ...601L..79HHH
[QTC2005] C1003 28 58+31 18.044E2005ApJ...632..941QPartofCloud
2MASS J03291667+311618203 29 16.6744784247+31 16 18.16450370914140.29720.179590AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[OTS2008] 3403 29 02.79+31 18 00.36630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
ASR 2503 29 12.9556593617+31 17 07.12501499514140.48020.283590AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GCandidate_YSO
CXONGC1333 J032920.1+31145003 29 20.16+31 14 50.666D2002ApJ...575..354GX
2MASS J03291844+311130403 29 18.4029850452+31 11 30.58212100614141.10260.753190AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GdenseCore
[GMW2007] S3A-303 29 12.923+31 17 08.3477D2007AJ....133.1321GStar
JCMTSF J032920.9+31131203 29 20.9+31 13 1255100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
2MASS J03285809+311803803 28 58.1010024308+31 18 03.75133273414140.12540.076890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
2MASS J03285129+311739703 28 51.291+31 17 39.797713012069CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
2MASS J03284881+311722603 28 48.81+31 17 22.6661009029CIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
[RAC97] VLA 2603 29 10.79+31 17 33.866D1999ApJS..125..427RYSO
[GMW2007] S3A-703 29 14.43+31 17 00.36630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OStar
HH 34103 28 49.99+31 09 38.866D1996AJ....111.1964LHH
[GMW2007] S3B-503 29 13.351+31 17 16.0177D2007AJ....133.1321GStar
[GMW2007] S3A-503 29 13.269+31 17 17.3577D2007AJ....133.1321GStar
HH 341A03 28 50.22+31 09 35.566DHH
[OTS2008] 6903 29 16.250+31 16 42.337730010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
ASR 2703 29 13.40+31 17 16.96630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
[GFT2002] 3103 28 56.81+31 18 11.266D2002ApJ...575..354GX
[LAL96] 28103 29 17.03+31 16 35.766D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
2MASS J03284323+311042503 28 43.23096+31 10 42.596499706011CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[OTS2008] 5203 29 09.610+31 17 52.927730010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OStar
[OTS2008] 1903 28 57.670+31 18 17.647730010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372ObrownD*
[RAC97] VLA 3403 29 22.25+31 13 54.466D1999ApJS..125..427RRadio
[GMM2008] 3803 29 22.28+31 13 54.56630030090CIR2008ApJ...674..336GYSO
[RAC97] VLA 3103 29 16.58+31 16 49.066D1999ApJS..125..427RYSO
[SK2001] 1703 29 08.78+31 17 59.566D2001ApJ...546L..49SRadio(sub-mm)
2MASS J03285392+311809203 28 53.92752+31 18 09.280899706011CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[LAL96] 6203 28 38.58+31 12 45.766D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
2MASS J03285496+311815303 28 54.967+31 18 15.337790800CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[BM89] 3B-203 29 08.7+31 18 0555D1989ApJS...71...89BPartofCloud
HH 1603 29 08.263+31 09 09.3277CIR2006AJ....131.1163SHH
[GMW2007] S3B-703 29 13.034+31 17 37.3477D2007AJ....133.1321GStar
ASR 2803 29 13.0399551632+31 17 38.31968278414140.53630.334690AOpt2018yCat.1345....0Glow-mass*
[OTS2008] 1103 28 56.52+31 18 25.26630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
[SB86] NGC 1333 103 29 20.6+31 15 5055DRadio
[RAC97] VLA 3203 29 20.65+31 15 49.766D1999ApJS..125..427RRadio
HH 346A03 29 21.54+31 15 27.966DHH
HH 34603 29 21.6+31 15 2855HH
[KJD2006] EC 3003 28 50.60+31 09 11.566D2006ApJ...646.1009KPartofCloud
[AAG2011] 2703 29 09.5780239882+31 09 08.83499155814140.29480.137590A   O           559 12 Young stellar clusters in the Rosette Molecular Cloud. Arguments against triggered star formation. CAMBRESY L., MARTON G., FEHER O., et al.
2013A&A...558A..53K viz 16       D               1 3011 230 Global survey of star clusters in the Milky Way. II. The catalogue of basic parameters. KHARCHENKO N.V., PISKUNOV A.E., SCHILBACH E., et al.
2013A&A...560A..76M viz 16       D               1 703 36 Stellar clusters in the inner Galaxy and their correlation with cold dust emission. MORALES E.F.E., WYROWSKI F., SCHULLER F., et al.
2013ApJ...768...72S 40           X         1 2018yCat.1345....0GStar
[GMM2009] NGC 1333 1903 28 48.84+31 17 53.76630030090CIR2009ApJS..184...18GYSO
[FOW2011] 2303 29 20.908+31 15 49.3677CRad2011ApJ...736...25FRadio
[TLL2016] Per-emb-35-B03 28 37.2190+31 13 31.75188CRad2016ApJ...818...73TRadio
[OTS2008] 2803 29 01.04+31 18 35.06630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
[TLL2016] Per-emb-35-A03 28 37.0910+31 13 30.78888CRad2016ApJ...818...73TRadio
IRAS 03255+310303 28 37.06800+31 13 31.004499170150119CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[WMW2010] 1903 28 43.38+31 17 02.766DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
ASR 2903 29 13.617+31 17 43.507790807CNIR2003yCat.2246....0Clow-mass*
HH 75103 28 51.9+31 18 1855D2005AJ....129.2308WHH
[QTC2005] C1803 29 22+31 15.544E2005ApJ...632..941QPartofCloud
EM* LkHA 35203 28 52.12+31 18 19.566D1996AJ....111.1964LEm*
EM* LkHA 27103 29 21.8748368520+31 15 36.24502996914140.04800.025490AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
2MASS J03285663+311835603 28 56.6372263258+31 18 35.59454207114140.18740.114390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
2MASS J03283681+311332603 28 36.815+31 13 32.667716015075CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
JCMTSF J032852.9+31182503 28 52.9+31 18 2555100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
2MASS J03292141+311555203 29 21.4102810537+31 15 55.32687838914141.93691.132390COpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
ASR 6303 29 03.39816+31 18 39.95289980603CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
2MASS J03285101+311818403 28 51.0203944828+31 18 18.52133719814140.13570.081890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[LAL96] 7103 28 40.93+31 16 34.466D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
2MASS J03290923+310855403 29 09.2209306438+31 08 55.35515944214142.42950.789090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
2MASX J03283630+311332903 28 36.307+31 13 32.9277CNIR2006AJ....131.1163SNIR
[EYG2006] Bolo 4403 29 04.5+31 18 4255Dmm2006ApJ...638..293EdenseCore
[WMW2010] 1803 29 18.14+31 17 05.566DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
[OTS2008] 6703 29 15.26+31 17 40.86630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OYSO
[B77] 5503 28.7+31 1733E1977A&AS...29...65BGalNeb
[SVS76] NGC 1333 903 28 43.6+31 17 2355DIR
2MASS J03283609+311334603 28 36.100+31 13 34.617719018020CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
[GFT2002] 8703 29 21.12+31 16 17.166D2002ApJ...575..354GX
[HSW2018] NGC 1333-403 29 10.82+31 18 19.566D2001ApJ...546L..49SYSO
[JJK2007] 2303 29 10.68+31 18 20.66630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321EYSO
[KJT2007] SMM J032908+3118703 29 05.2+31 18 4455Emm2007ApJ...668.1042KPartofCloud
2MASS J03291488+310927403 29 14.89+31 09 27.56670600CIR2003yCat.2246....0CStar
HH 75403 29 03.9+31 18 4855D2005AJ....129.2308WHH
NSV 115503 28 44.8+31 17 4155DV*
2MASS J03284534+310928803 28 45.3431874286+31 09 28.87555193214140.24910.155190AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GRGB*
JCMTSF J032853.2+31083703 28 53.2+31 08 3755100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
GN 03.25.603 28 44+31 17.644E2003A&A...399..141MRfNeb
NAME [BM89] L1450D03 28 36.8+31 15 2055D1989ApJS...71...89BDkNeb
SSTc2d J032911.0+31182603 29 10.99+31 18 26.06630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321ECandidate_YSO
[KJD2006] SMM J032917+3118403 29 11.3+31 18 2555Dmm2006ApJ...638..293EYSO
JCMTSF J032847.1+31090703 28 47.1+31 09 0755100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
[TLL2016] Per-emb-49-A03 29 12.9530+31 18 14.28988CRad2016ApJ...818...73TRadio
2MASS J03291294+311814603 29 12.945+31 18 14.617711011090CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[TLL2016] Per-emb-49-B03 29 12.9760+31 18 14.39788CRad2016ApJ...818...73TRadio
[OTS2008] 6403 29 13.97+31 18 06.66630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OStar
JCMTSE J032853.2+31083103 28 53.2+31 08 3155100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
2MASS J03284355+311736403 28 43.5575460984+31 17 36.48767516914140.25150.153590AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
2MASS J03284325+311733003 28 43.2614537506+31 17 33.12516052414140.36110.221990AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[AAG2011] 1003 29 18.6420222957+31 09 59.57116976814140.07990.045290AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
HH 34803 29 25.4+31 13 3455HH
HH 76103 29 22.9+31 11 1855D2005AJ....129.2308WHH
[LMG94] Per 3A03 28 51.4+31 08 3755D2005A&A...431..253OPartofCloud
HH 348A03 29 25.43+31 13 34.866DHH
HH 6D03 29 11.4+31 18 2855DHH
HH 6A03 29 11.5+31 18 2855DHH
ASR 3303 29 11.50+31 18 28.466D2004AJ....127.1131WStar
[PCC93] 4603 29 11.2+31 18 3155DMaser
[HHG86] 032605.6+31081303 29 11.2+31 18 3155D1986A&A...165..197HMaser
[SB86] NGC 1333 203 29 11.1+31 18 3255DRadio
[TLL2016] Per-emb-18-A03 29 11.2550+31 18 31.05988CRad2016ApJ...818...73TRadio
[TLL2016] Per-emb-18-B03 29 11.2610+31 18 31.07388CRad2016ApJ...818...73TRadio
JCMTSE J032910.7+31182403 29 11.31+31 18 31.166D2001ApJ...546L..49SRadio(sub-mm)
ASR 3203 29 11.25+31 18 31.76630030090C2008ApJ...674..336GYSO
[QTC2005] C1303 28 37+31 11.544E2005ApJ...632..941QPartofCloud
[WMW2010] 18203 29 25.71+31 13 57.266DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
2MASS J03292551+311425703 29 25.5223087037+31 14 25.73514213914140.41960.244690AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
HH 603 29 11.2+31 18 3455D1995MNRAS.276.1024JHH
[HLB98] Onsala 3003 29 11.2+31 18 3455D1998A&AS..132..211HMaser
PLCKERC -070 G158.31-20.5003 29 05+31 19.044EFIR2016MNRAS.458.3619CFIR
[GFT2002] 9903 29 25.84+31 13 47.066D2002ApJ...575..354GX
ASR 3103 29 11.646+31 18 32.1377CMIR2014yCat.2332....0EStar
2MASS J03290268+311905603 29 02.690+31 19 05.627790807CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[QTC2005] C103 29 14+31 09.044E2005ApJ...632..941QPartofCloud
NGC 133303 29 11+31 18.644EOpt2018A&A...619A.155SOpCl
MBO 16103 29 12.146+31 18 32.3977CMIR2014yCat.2332....0EStar
HH 6C03 29 12.1+31 18 3355DHH
2MASS J03290429+311906303 29 04.3130061067+31 19 06.32333354814142.38371.023290AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
2MASS J03284283+311744703 28 42.840+31 17 44.737721019015CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
HH 15A03 28 59.0+31 08 0555DHH
SSTYSV J032856.11+311908.503 28 56.12+31 19 08.46630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321EYSO
ASR 6403 28 57.11+31 19 11.96630030090CIR2008ApJ...674..336GYSO
[SJM2012] J032916.26+311806.603 29 16.26+31 18 06.666DOpt2012ApJ...756...24SStar
[WMW2010] 16403 29 25.22+31 15 27.266DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
[AAG2011] 1103 29 20.0081289227+31 09 54.27649210814140.09300.055090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
[HSW2018] NGC 1333-1403 28 56.20+31 19 12.566Dsmm2018ApJ...869...51IYSO
HH 54203 28 49.5+31 18 4755D2001ApJ...546..299BHH
HH 1503 28 58.840+31 08 00.2177180170170CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CHH
2MASS J03291626+311806803 29 16.41+31 18 07.46630010090CIR2008AJ....136.1372OStar
[G82a] 503 28 44+31 18.144ERfNeb
HH 6E03 29 12.2+31 18 4255DHH
HH 6F03 29 12.6+31 18 4155DHH
[RAC97] VLA 3503 29 23.91+31 16 20.166D1999ApJS..125..427RRadio
[WMW2010] 13103 28 46.15+31 18 30.766DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
JCMTSF J032855.7+31191903 28 55.7+31 19 1955100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
HH 6B03 29 12.8+31 18 4655DHH
2MASS J03291288+311845503 29 12.886+31 18 45.517717015081CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
ASR 6603 28 47.15+31 18 45.566D2004AJ....127.1131WStar
RNO 1603 28.7+31 1833E1980AJ.....85...29CISM
2MASS J03292611+311136803 29 26.1126017096+31 11 36.79584253014140.40430.246090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
[WMW2010] 4803 28 59.94+31 19 31.166DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
2MASS J03283968+311732103 28 39.680+31 17 32.137711011090CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[LAL96] 29103 29 18.16+31 09 09.466D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
[WMW2010] 2903 29 19.05+31 17 58.766DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
HH 75503 29 04.9+31 19 2855D2005AJ....129.2308WHH
HH 744B03 28 33.4+31 12 1555D2005AJ....129.2308WHH
MBO 20903 29 01.33+31 19 35.666D2004AJ....127.1131WStar
[GMM2008] 4203 28 34.85+31 16 04.56630030090CIR2008ApJ...674..336GYSO
[RAC97] VLA 3603 28 32.85+31 14 45.566D1999ApJS..125..427RRadio
2MASS J03291210+310811203 29 12.10+31 08 11.2667060122CIR2003yCat.2246....0CStar
[HFR2007] 5503 28 40.63+31 17 56.56630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321EdenseCore
NAME HH 6 IRS03 29 15.6+31 18 4455DIR
JCMTSF J032839.8+31175003 28 39.8+31 17 5055100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
[DCE2008] 07003 28 56.60+31 07 37.06630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321EYSO
[GFT2002] 6003 29 06.60+31 19 33.866D2002ApJ...575..354GX
JCMTSF J032923.1+31100003 29 23.1+31 10 0055100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
[SJM2012] J032921.88+311740.703 29 21.88+31 17 40.766DOpt2012ApJ...756...24SStar
JCMTSE J032831.8+31142003 28 31.8+31 14 2055100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
2MASS J03285686+311945403 28 56.87+31 19 45.56611011090CIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
[GFT2002] 7603 29 15.61+31 18 52.466D2002ApJ...575..354GX
2MASS J03285769+311948103 28 57.7019368071+31 19 48.10225437414140.59310.484290AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
HH 12F03 28 59.35+31 19 49.966DHH
JCMTSF J032832.2+31151403 28 32.2+31 15 1455100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
[RAC97] VLA 4103 28 59.27+31 19 51.366D1999ApJS..125..427RHH
GGD 203 28.8+31 0833EHH
JCMTSF J032924.6+31101203 29 24.6+31 10 1255100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
2MASS J03285741+311950503 28 57.4141794447+31 19 50.43682073514140.12800.077290AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
LDN 1450C03 29 28.7+31 15 0455DDkNeb
[RAC97] VLA 3303 29 22.07+31 17 47.766D1999ApJS..125..427RRadio
JCMTSF J032831.3+31142003 28 31.3+31 14 2055100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
[LAL96] 15903 28 57.22+31 07 25.966D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
SONYC NGC 1333-3603 29 25.84536+31 16 41.811699CNIR2012yCat.2316....0UbrownD*
> 44 23 Molecular clumps and infrared clusters in the S247, S252, and BFS52 regions. SHIMOIKURA T., DOBASHI K., SAITO H., et al.
2013ApJ...773...30W 40           X         1 40 24 The mid-infrared extinction law and its variation in the Coalsack nebula. WANG S., GAO J., JIANG B.W., et al.
2013ApJ...774L..31I 81     A     X         2 5 85 Formation of massive molecular cloud cores by cloud-cloud collision. INOUE T. and FUKUI Y.
2013ApJ...778...89P 257       D     X         7 17 13 Densities, temperatures, pressures, and abundances derived from O II recombination lines in H II regions and their implications. PEIMBERT A. and PEIMBERT M.
2013ApJS..208...10D2MASS J03284816+311923503 28 48.1764967902+31 19 23.40030422614140.30370.169390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[LAL96] 4403 28 33.42+31 11 01.466D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
HH 12P03 28 59.0+31 19 5955D2006Ap.....49...63HHH
[AAG2011] 1203 29 20.1002712856+31 08 53.60604740614140.44190.270190AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
[AAG2011] 303 29 15.0387456458+31 08 06.78545462314140.76580.500390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
HH 339A03 28 30.99+31 14 45.466DHH
2MASS J03283679+310944003 28 36.7922558577+31 09 44.04187614314140.21680.132990AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
2MASS J03283692+311735303 28 36.9307416432+31 17 35.39640962414140.18480.112490AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[WMW2010] 4903 28 48.80+31 19 31.766DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
HH 33903 28 30.9+31 14 4655HH
[WMW2010] 5403 28 55.08+31 19 55.966DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
[LAL96] 28403 29 17.70+31 18 50.466D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
2MASS J03283875+311806803 28 38.754+31 18 06.837711011090CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[GMM2008] 10803 29 15.66+31 19 11.16630030090CIR2008ApJ...674..336GYSO
2MASS J03283258+311104003 28 32.581+31 11 04.10771601305CIR2003yCat.2246....0CdenseCore
HH 12Q03 28 58.6+31 20 0655D2006Ap.....49...63HHH
2MASS J03290360+310711803 29 03.5972285598+31 07 11.79599610314140.46890.303590AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
[WMW2010] 16803 29 26.40+31 16 56.366DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
HH 12E03 28 59.32+31 20 07.566DHH
2MASS J03285933+312008203 28 59.339+31 20 08.2677160150117CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
HH 744A03 28 30.6+31 12 1255D2005AJ....129.2308WHH
[SK2001] 2303 29 02.04+31 20 09.666D2001ApJ...546L..49SRadio(sub-mm)
HH 12N03 28 58.9+31 20 1055D2006Ap.....49...63HHH
HH 1703 29 20.4219692946+31 18 34.24383254314141.42310.796190AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
HH 12D03 28 58.02+31 20 10.066DHH
HH 1203 28 59.4+31 20 1155DHH
2MASS J03290522+310710503 29 05.2178358990+31 07 10.42600990114145.68203.574090COpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
[RAC97] VLA 3903 28 58.27+31 20 11.366D1999ApJS..125..427RHH
[QTC2005] C803 28 32+31 16.244E2005ApJ...632..941QPartofCloud
2MASS J03285119+311954803 28 51.1926218280+31 19 54.82079197914140.10430.063390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[HRF2005] 6003 28 39.3+31 18 2755Dmm2005A&A...440..151HYSO
[WMW2010] 13303 29 17.05+31 19 10.266DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
MBO 13403 28 57.50+31 20 12.166D2004AJ....127.1131WStar
2MASS J03292815+311628503 29 28.1541354595+31 16 28.57832831914140.20930.121390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
2MASS J03290566+312010703 29 05.664+31 20 10.727727025057CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
2MASS J03291987+311847803 29 19.87+31 18 47.96690807CIR2003yCat.2246....0CStar
MBO 16203 29 10.82+31 19 53.666D2004AJ....127.1131WStar
SONYC NGC 1333-4303 29 21.94872+31 18 29.160099CNIR2012yCat.2316....0Ulow-mass*
[WMW2010] 18903 29 31.57+31 14 07.166DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
2MASS J03290149+312020803 29 01.492+31 20 20.847790807CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
JCMTSF J032926.4+31095403 29 26.4+31 09 5455100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
MBO 12003 29 10.34+31 20 00.566D2004AJ....127.1131WStar
HH 12M03 28 58.9+31 20 2255D2006Ap.....49...63HHH
HH 12C03 28 58.0+31 20 2355DHH
[RAC97] VLA 4303 29 01.28+31 20 23.966D1999ApJS..125..427RYSO
ASR 8403 29 13.16+31 19 49.36630030090CIR2009ApJS..184...18GYSO
ASR 11403 29 01.16520+31 20 24.41409980707CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
HH 744C03 28 32.2+31 10 3155D2005AJ....129.2308WHH
[WMW2010] 13003 29 24.34+31 18 05.866DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
HH 12W03 28 57.1+31 20 2655DHH
[WMW2010] 5903 28 54.11+31 20 20.466DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
MBO 17003 28 58.30+31 20 27.766D2004AJ....127.1131WStar
[KJT2007] SMM 6203 29 01.66+31 20 28.566D2007ApJ...656..293JYSO
2MASS J03284671+311950203 28 46.71+31 19 50.26620019018CIR2003yCat.2246....0CStar
[GMM2008] 4103 28 34.47+31 17 43.26630030090CIR2008ApJ...674..336GYSO
[WMW2010] 5703 29 09.28+31 20 14.466DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
[AAG2011] 903 29 18.2120222586+31 07 55.60859545414140.16570.110590AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
[LMG94] Per 3C03 28 30.9+31 10 5055D2005A&A...431..253OPartofCloud
2MASS J03283533+311759703 28 35.34+31 17 59.766908010CIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
[AAG2011] 2203 29 32.4051635742+31 13 01.13978269614140.13790.079990AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
HH 12B03 28 59.16+31 20 31.966DHH
MBO 11303 28 59.18+31 20 32.366D2004AJ....127.1131WStar
2MASS J03290462+312028903 29 04.624+31 20 28.9177909090CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
2MASS J03285920+312032703 28 59.202+31 20 32.767724022075CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
CPOC 903 28 28+31 13.344Dmm2010ApJ...715.1170Aoutflow?
HH 12A03 28 59.2+31 20 3355DHH
2MASS J03290832+312020303 29 08.3258468992+31 20 20.30383765014141.04680.558490AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[RAC97] VLA 4003 28 59.22+31 20 34.166D1999ApJS..125..427RHH
2MASS J03291625+310734603 29 16.2553144506+31 07 34.66880113114140.13770.082090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
2MASS J03293099+311120003 29 30.998+31 11 20.05772101705CIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
[LAL96] 27503 29 16.08+31 07 31.466D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
2MASS J03291607+310730903 29 16.0709117082+31 07 30.94309527114140.10390.060890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
[GFT2002] 8003 29 18.58+31 19 26.266D2002ApJ...575..354GX
[QTC2005] C1103 28 50+31 07.044E2005ApJ...632..941QPartofCloud
[SJM2012] J032856.31+312035.203 28 56.31+31 20 35.266DOpt2012ApJ...756...24SStar
ASR 8303 29 12.7915583277+31 20 07.59824036414140.38130.222290AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
HH 13A03 28 47.2+31 07 1155DHH
2MASS J03285574+310639303 28 55.74+31 06 39.466908010CIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
SSTc2d J032905.1+31203603 29 05.18+31 20 36.966DMIR2013ApJS..205....5HCandidate_YSO
2MASS J03290506+312037703 29 05.06232+31 20 37.7880992001803CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
2MASS J03290493+312038503 29 04.936+31 20 38.557790800CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
HH 1303 28 47.4+31 07 0755D2002ChJAA...2...33WHH
[AAG2011] 703 29 17.5193930774+31 07 33.04114295614140.22520.145790AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
SSTYSV J032858.78+312044.903 28 58.785+31 20 44.9477CIR2015AJ....150..175RCandidate_YSO
HH 12G03 28 58.7+31 20 4555DHH
[LAL96] 12203 28 51.93+31 06 44.766D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
MBO 4503 29 00.3741873178+31 20 45.63135865414140.25670.146690AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
2MASS J03283107+311704003 28 31.08+31 17 04.166100 viz 48           X         1 17 150 New strong-line abundance diagnostics for H II regions: effects of κ-distributed electron energies and new atomic data. DOPITA M.A., SUTHERLAND R.S., NICHOLLS D.C., et al.
2013ApJS..209...26F viz 2609     A D S   X C       64 87 66 Overview of the massive young star-forming complex study in infrared and X-ray (MYStIX) project. FEIGELSON E.D., TOWNSLEY L.K., BROOS P.S., et al.
2013ApJS..209...27K viz 338       D     X C       8 24 24 The Massive Young star-forming complex Study in Infrared and X-ray: X-ray sources in 10 star-forming regions. KUHN M.A., GETMAN K.V., BROOS P.S., et al.
2013ApJS..209...28K viz 137 28CIR2003yCat.2246....0Clow-mass*
2MASS J03292899+311000303 29 28.9843494250+31 10 00.35128588514140.38670.240290AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GRGB*
ASR 9203 28 42.42+31 19 39.366DIR
[LAL96] 2703 28 26.91+31 13 17.366D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
2MASS J03283900+310807603 28 39.0189397044+31 08 07.58837866814140.36870.233390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
CPOC 1203 28 43+31 07.544Dmm2010ApJ...715.1170Aoutflow?
2MASS J03282665+311342503 28 26.6599064664+31 13 42.49726771214146.47071.476590COpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
ASR 8003 29 17.7561777616+31 19 48.13826960814141.08010.883390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[SK2001] 2503 29 07.78+31 20 40.066D2001ApJ...546L..49SRadio(sub-mm)
MBO 9103 28 56.9361319141+31 20 48.62763946814141.96820.805090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0Glow-mass*
[GMM2008] 2403 28 57.99+31 20 52.16630030090CIR2008ApJ...674..336GYSO
[HRF2005] 7303 28 38.8+31 19 1555Dmm2005A&A...440..151HRadio(sub-mm)
[WMW2010] 6603 28 51.31+31 20 38.966DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
NGC 1333A03 29 01.7+31 20 5555DMolCld
MBO 21903 29 01.44+31 20 55.366D2004AJ....127.1131WStar
[WMW2010] 4203 29 23.22+31 19 02.266DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
2MASS J03284844+312028403 28 48.45+31 20 28.4661009074CIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
[WMW2010] 13803 29 04.08+31 20 53.566DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
2MASS J03292561+310842503 29 25.61+31 08 42.56690800CIR2003yCat.2246....0CStar
[LAL96] 33803 29 31.02+31 10 21.366D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
2MASS J03282839+311627303 28 28.4203453273+31 16 27.08894329714140.56120.514290COpt2018yCat.1345....0Glow-mass*
ASR 8503 29 11.63880+31 20 37.47849970600CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
2MASS J03284687+312027703 28 46.8729745501+31 20 27.67508177014140.31840.185390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[HFR2007] 5303 29 04.75+31 20 59.066D2001ApJ...546L..49SRadio(sub-mm)
[WMW2010] 4403 29 22.17+31 19 23.666DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
[BM89] 3B-103 28 59.3+31 21 0655D1989ApJS...71...89BPartofCloud
SONYC NGC 1333-3803 29 34.41432+31 15 25.203699CNIR2012yCat.2316....0Ulow-mass*
MBO 7803 29 00.153+31 21 09.2177908011CIR2003yCat.2246....0Clow-mass*
2MASS J03291410+312032903 29 14.1097835682+31 20 33.10447111914140.56220.307090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GCandidate_YSO
[LAL96] 29003 29 17.91+31 07 07.766D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
[LAL96] 28903 29 17.91+31 07 07.766D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
2MASS J03291792+310707603 29 17.9237369792+31 07 07.55372816114140.34400.208290AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
SSTYSV J032914.96+312031.703 29 14.969+31 20 31.7477CIR2015AJ....150..175RCandidate_YSO
JCMTSF J032829.4+31095603 28 29.4+31 09 5655100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
[LAL96] 35203 29 35.20+31 12 13.266D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
JCMTSE J032914.9+31203003 29 15.64+31 20 30.866D2001ApJ...546L..49SdenseCore
[AAG2011] 103 29 14.5773668911+31 06 38.10920283414140.22110.147190AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
2MASS J03293219+311707403 29 32.2034694167+31 17 07.32622860714140.58040.370890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
[WMW2010] 6303 28 44.99+31 20 33.666DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
2MASS J03293456+311123703 29 34.5540320134+31 11 23.67586264214142.73862.464390COpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
2MASS J03293599+311249503 29 35.9870822040+31 12 49.61780889114140.28820.194090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GPM*
HH 34903 29 36.2+31 13 3355HH
2MASS J03290933+312104203 29 09.330+31 21 04.207790800CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
HH 349A03 29 36.28+31 13 32.366DHH
ASR 9103 28 41.59+31 20 13.866DIR
PLCKECC G158.37-20.7203 28 42.0+31 06 5955Emm2011A&A...536A...7PdenseCore
2MASS J03291865+312017803 29 18.658+31 20 17.817711011090CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
2MASS J03283651+311928903 28 36.5208668114+31 19 28.95902153114140.15270.091890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
2MASS J03292805+311839103 29 28.0520928925+31 18 39.08735293514141.64070.812890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
CPOC 1103 28 40+31 07.244Dmm2010ApJ...715.1170Aoutflow?
MBO 15403 29 18.61+31 20 21.766D2004AJ....127.1131WStar
PGCC G158.23-20.5803 28 33.360+31 18 52.6177Emm2016A&A...594A..28PMolCld
2MASS J03283254+310835103 28 32.5568871025+31 08 35.25608399814140.11390.068590AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
[WMW2010] 7703 29 00.53+31 21 26.966DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
[GMM2008] 2203 28 57.09+31 21 25.16630030090CIR2008ApJ...674..336GYSO
[WMW2010] 6903 28 45.86+31 20 49.366DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
[QTC2005] C303 29 03+31 05.844E2005ApJ...632..941QPartofCloud
2MASS J03282373+311439703 28 23.7450121931+31 14 39.54533818614140.38520.330590AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
[GFT2002] 1203 28 45.40+31 20 50.966D2002ApJ...575..354GX
2MASS J03293261+310947903 29 32.614+31 09 47.91772201705CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
CXOANC J032929.2+31183403 29 29.26+31 18 34.666D2011AJ....141..201MX
2MASS J03292925+311834703 29 29.2616129238+31 18 34.72871509714140.12310.065290AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GTTau*
[AAG2011] 2003 29 29.6065383901+31 08 47.72256009914140.46260.288390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
[EYG2006] Bolo 4003 28 59.63+31 21 33.966D2001ApJ...546L..49SdenseCore
2MASS J03292353+310725203 29 23.5448307229+31 07 25.10182601714140.76880.499590AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
2MASS J03292704+310804603 29 27.0401321128+31 08 04.59630967614140.23040.137890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GRGB*
2MASS J03283381+310801103 28 33.8253105602+31 08 01.15891704614140.16470.100690AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
CXONGC1333 J032837.1+31195403 28 37.19+31 19 54.966D2002ApJ...575..354GX
2MASS J03283919+310701903 28 39.20+31 07 02.0669080168CIR2003yCat.2246....0CNIR
2MASS J03290567+312133803 29 05.671+31 21 33.847790807CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[WMW2010] 5803 28 39.25+31 20 16.966DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
2MASS J03284407+312052803 28 44.0790797747+31 20 52.82169048514140.59540.334390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
MBO 18503 29 17.61+31 20 46.066D2004AJ....127.1131WStar
2MASS J03282704+311726203 28 27.0481396733+31 17 26.11195088014140.40290.218490AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
[SK2001] 2703 29 09.52+31 21 27.766D2001ApJ...546L..49SRadio(sub-mm)
2MASS J03290907+312129103 29 09.075+31 21 29.107711011090CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
ASR 7903 29 24.0886223107+31 19 57.38318699714142.67332.722190COpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
HH 343E03 28 51.5+31 05 4555D2005AJ....129.1580HHH
[SVS76] NGC 1333 2503 29 26.8+31 07 5055DIR
2MASX J03290896+312132303 29 08.967+31 21 32.3177CIR2006AJ....131.1163SYSO
HH 343D103 28 52.0+31 05 4255D2005AJ....129.1580HHH
EM* LkHA 35303 28 59.5496298575+31 21 46.70902839314140.10330.062890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GEm*
HH 18B03 29 26.2+31 07 3855DHH
HH 343D203 28 52.3+31 05 3955D2005AJ....129.1580HHH
2MASS J03291655+312102503 29 16.5469892392+31 21 02.41574382514141.46520.743090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0G D     X         4 12 15 The MYStIX wide-field near-infrared data: optimal photometry in crowded fields. KING R.R., NAYLOR T., BROOS P.S., et al.
2013ApJS..209...29K viz 97       D     X         3 22 23 The Massive Young star-forming complex Study in Infrared and X-ray: mid-infrared observations and catalogs. KUHN M.A., POVICH M.S., LUHMAN K.L., et al.
2013ApJS..209...30N viz 728       S   X C       16 5 31 Bayesian matching for X-ray and infrared sources in the MYStIX project. NAYLOR T., BROOS P.S. and FEIGELSON E.D.
2013ApJS..209...31P viz 698       D     X C       YSO
2MASS J03282289+311521603 28 22.8962402857+31 15 21.56453025214140.36390.155890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
HH 343C03 28 53.0+31 05 3655D2005AJ....129.1580HHH
2MASS J03291188+312127103 29 11.883+31 21 27.137711011090CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
HH 1803 29 26.4+31 07 3855DHH
HH 18A03 29 26.4+31 07 3855DHH
2MASS J03290386+312148703 29 03.8588341290+31 21 48.68352089614140.11680.070690AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[WMW2010] 6503 28 39.62+31 20 34.166DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
[SGJ2009] 2803 29 33.50+31 17 56.566D2009ApJ...702..805SStar
HH 343B03 28 53.9+31 05 2655D2005AJ....129.1580HHH
2MASS J03290915+312144503 29 09.151+31 21 44.567790907CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[LMG94] Per 3B203 28 41.1+31 06 2455D2005A&A...431..253OPartofCloud
NAME NGC 1333NE Cluster03 29 10+31 21.744E2003A&A...397..177BCl*
2MASS J03293430+311743303 29 34.2964711442+31 17 43.38298887114140.11440.060790AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
HH 4B03 29 26.0+31 19 5555DHH
[QTC2005] C903 29 16+31 06.044E2005ApJ...632..941QPartofCloud
[B77] 6203 29.4+31 0733E1977A&AS...29...65BGalNeb
XMMU J032821.5+31144003 28 21.5+31 14 4055D2003A&A...401..543PX
[KJT2007] SMM J032871+3106203 28 42.6+31 06 1055Dmm2005A&A...440..151HdenseCore
2MASS J03290069+312200803 29 00.69648+31 22 00.82569990800CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[HL2013] 052.22611+31.0892703 28 54.27+31 05 21.466DMIR2013ApJS..205....5HIR
[LAL96] 1703 28 21.42+31 12 33.666D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
HH 34303 28 54.4+31 05 2155HH
[KJD2006] EC 2803 28 58.90+31 22 01.066D2006ApJ...646.1009KPartofCloud
HH 343A03 28 54.37+31 05 20.866DHH
EM* LkHA 35603 29 30.3872870468+31 19 03.40394582914140.10640.056990AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
2MASS J03285824+312202103 28 58.2467164962+31 22 02.07225247714141.37410.671390AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
EM* LkHA 35503 29 23.1498729543+31 20 30.30286317114140.11620.066590AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
2MASS J03291063+312146903 29 10.636+31 21 46.9777150140100CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CdenseCore
[KJT2007] SMM 5503 29 08.0+31 21 5555Emm2007ApJ...668.1042KPartofCloud
JCMTSF J032845.2+31054903 28 45.2+31 05 4955100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
[LAL96] 21303 29 07.739+31 21 57.527790806CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
2MASS J03282314+311041303 28 23.1429298983+31 10 41.20507936014140.23000.135090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GPM*
2MASS J03292199+312044203 29 22.0114578943+31 20 44.221250442141423.461010.940490COpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
CXONGC1333 J032919.0+31210603 29 19.07+31 21 06.866D2002ApJ...575..354GX
SSTc2d J032904.6+31220603 29 04.64+31 22 05.76630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321ECandidate_YSO
2MASS J03293974+311452503 29 39.7292144801+31 14 52.64788640314140.10750.060490AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
MBO 7303 28 58.24200+31 22 09.346899908029CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
[WMW2010] 13403 29 24.68+31 20 23.866DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
MBO 14403 28 52.61+31 22 01.266D2004AJ....127.1131WStar
2MASS J03292895+310740803 29 28.9517235377+31 07 40.87932157114140.54600.333090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
[EYG2006] Bolo 2803 28 34.53+31 07 05.56630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321EdenseCore
IRAS 03256+305503 28 45.306+31 05 42.05772101909CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
2MASS J03293204+310824803 29 32.0462500883+31 08 24.76866771614140.32380.201690AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
JCMTSE J032825.6+31092003 28 25.6+31 09 2055100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
HH 74103 28 28.2+31 08 2855D2005AJ....129.2308WHH
JCMTSF J032834.5+31070203 28 34.5+31 07 0255100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
[AAG2011] 3003 29 20.5703851859+31 06 12.06067820914140.28010.175990AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
LZK 1203 29 10.4138336046+31 21 59.07033319914145.09322.851190COpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
IRAS 03260+311103 29 10.4+31 21 595528000600073EIR1988NASAR1190....1Bmultiple_object
[AAG2011] 3403 29 40.4454215539+31 12 46.75041400414140.05230.028990AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
HH 34003 28 45.0+31 05 3955HH
HH 340A03 28 45.00+31 05 38.466DHH
2MASS J03291184+312155703 29 11.845+31 21 55.7077110110158CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
[LMG94] Per 3B03 28 44.5+31 05 4055D2005A&A...431..253OPartofCloud
2MASS J03285842+312217503 28 58.420+31 22 17.5477908011CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
2MASS J03290279+312217203 29 02.791+31 22 17.297790807CIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
2MASS J03281975+311343703 28 19.7616718892+31 13 43.65618377414140.10140.084190AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
2MASS J03282206+311042903 28 22.0646203078+31 10 42.83666917414140.43590.248990AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GCandidate_YSO
[KJT2007] SMM J032909+3122103 29 05.64+31 22 15.566D2001ApJ...546L..49SRadio(sub-mm)
MBO 13903 28 47.66040+31 21 54.608499CNIR2012yCat.2316....0Ulow-mass*
[WMW2010] 8303 28 47.93+31 21 57.666DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
[SGJ2009] 1903 29 36.36+31 17 49.866D2009ApJ...702..805Slow-mass*
[LEL2016] NGC 1333 IRS J03291180+312203603 29 11.80+31 22 03.666DIR2017AJ....154..134Elow-mass*
[WMW2010] 19003 29 41.29+31 14 06.266DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
2MASS J03292155+312110403 29 21.5552555775+31 21 10.40894349714140.16850.104090AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
[LMG94] Per 303 28 42.8+31 05 4055DPartofCloud
[WMW2010] 16703 29 39.33+31 16 31.066DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
[AAG2011] 2903 29 17.8264866942+31 05 38.16363245614140.14310.097190AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
[CAZ2013] PER 065 C03 28 38.96+31 06 04.266Dsmm2013ApJ...768..110CRadio(sub-mm)
[EYG2006] Bolo 3003 28 39.10+31 06 01.76630030090CIR2009ApJS..181..321EYSO
2MASS J03285630+312227903 28 56.30016+31 22 27.926499807011CNIR2003yCat.2246....0CYSO
HH 340B103 28 38.8+31 06 0155D2005AJ....129.1580HHH
2MASS J03293740+311741503 29 37.3962443164+31 17 41.61836260514140.53810.331190AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
[LAL96] 13003 28 54.16+31 22 27.166D1996AJ....111.1964LIR
[AAG2011] 1803 29 27.1573280054+31 06 48.16282583014140.18150.107290AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GStar
[GFT2002] 9603 29 24.87+31 20 52.266D2002ApJ...575..354GX
[SDA2014] West16203 28 38.6+31 06 0055DFIR2014ApJ...787L..18SCandidate_YSO
[CAZ2013] PER 065 A03 28 39.17+31 05 55.666Dsmm2013ApJ...768..110CRadio(sub-mm)
2MASS J03293272+310759303 29 32.7370099884+31 07 59.47715405914140.43580.284890AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GNIR
[KJT2007] 11403 29 00.8+31 22 3555Emm2007ApJ...668.1042KPartofCloud
[CAZ2013] PER 065 B03 28 38.86+31 05 56.866Dsmm2013ApJ...768..110CRadio(sub-mm)
[WMW2010] 6403 29 27.08+31 20 31.766DXray2010AJ....140..266WX
HH 340B203 28 39.3+31 05 5355D2005AJ....129.1580HHH
CXONGC1333 J032911.8+31221603 29 11.83+31 22 16.366D2002ApJ...575..354GX
[QTC2005] C703 29 29+31 20.244E2005ApJ...632..941QPartofCloud
[RAC97] VLA 3803 28 50.73+31 22 24.966D1999ApJS..125..427RYSO
JCMTSE J032823.8+31090803 28 23.8+31 09 0855100001000090Emm2008ApJS..175..277DRadio(sub-mm)
[KJD2006] ESC 703 28 56.00+31 22 36.466D2006ApJ...646.1009KPartofCloud
2MASS J03290313+312238103 29 03.1393197165+31 22 38.08248223414140.60630.351490AOpt2018yCat.1345....0GYSO
HH 35003 28 54.94+31 04 40.866DHH
2MASS J03290862+312229703 29 08.63+31 22 29.86611011090CIR2003yCat.2246....0CCandidate_YSO
CPOC 1603 29 30+31 07.244Dmm2010ApJ...715.1170Aoutflow?
[GFT2002] 2903 28 56.54+31 22 40.766D2002ApJ...575..354GX
[GFT2002] 9503 29 24.16+31 21 09.966D2002ApJ...575..354GX
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