NAME Cep F , the SIMBAD biblio

NAME Cep F , the SIMBAD biblio (26 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.8 - 2023.03.23CET09:52:04

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1977ApJ...218..736S 4 8 179 Molecular clouds and star formation. I. Observations of the Cepheus OB3 molecular cloud. SARGENT A.I.
1979ApJ...227..152B 35 70 H2O masers near OB associations. BLITZ L. and LADA C.J.
1981A&A....94..231H 6 15 Radio continuum emission from the Cepheus-OB3 molecular cloud infrared source. HARTEN R.H., THUM C. and FELLI M.
1983AJ.....88.1236S 69 T                   1 7 4 Far-infrared and CO observations of
Cep F: implications for star formation in Cepheus OB3.
1983ApJ...266..623S 1 27 244 Infrared line and radio continuum emission of circumstellar ionized regions. SIMON M., FELLI M., CASSAR L., et al.
1985JRASC..79S.236D 4 0 H I-line and continuum observations of the Cep OB3 region. DEWDNEY P.E.
1996ApJ...463..630H 20 51 Giant molecular cloud complexes with optical H II regions: 12CO and 13CO observations and global cloud properties. HEYER M.H., CARPENTER J.M. and LADD E.F.
1996ApJ...471..867Y 10 6 The new observation of C18O(J=1-0) molecular emission in the Cepheus OB3 molecular cloud. YU Z.-Y., NAGAHAMA T. and FUKUI Y.
1996AcApS..16..377Y 5 0 A study of the clumping nature in the Cepheus OB 3 giant molecular cloud complex. YU Z.-Y.
1997ApJ...474..749L 21 40 A double outflow from a deeply embedded source in Cepheus. LADD E.F. and HODAPP K.-W.
1997ChA&A..21...45Y 3 0 A study of clumping in the Cepheus giant molecular cloud complex OB3. YU Z.-Y.
1999A&AS..134..241P viz 124 34 Rotation in molecular clouds. PHILLIPS J.P.
2001Ap&SS.275..441M 137 6 H-alpha emission stars in the Cepheus OB3 region. MIKAMI T. and OGURA K.
2002ApJ...576..313K 28 43 H2 emission around massive young stellar objects with outflows. KUMAR M.S.N., BACHILLER R. and DAVIS C.J.
2005AN....326R.661M 6 0 Large-scale CO mapping of the CEPHEUS giant molecular cloud using KOSMA. MASUR M., MOOKERJEA B., KRAMER C., et al.
2007AJ....133.1000R 38 25 V733 Cep (Persson's star): a new FU Orionis object in Cepheus. REIPURTH B., ASPIN C., BECK T., et al.
2010A&A...518L..93J 39           X         1 20 41 Galactic cold cores: Herschel study of first planck detections. JUVELA M., RISTORCELLI I., MONTIER L.A., et al.
2010RAA....10..777C 10 2 Radiation-driven implosion in the Cepheus B molecular cloud. CHEN S. and HUANG M.
2012ApJ...750..125A viz 140     A     X         4 2602 22 Spitzer imaging of the nearby rich young cluster, Cep OB3b. ALLEN T.S., GUTERMUTH R.A., KRYUKOVA E., et al.
2013MNRAS.434..806B viz 39           X         1 4741 125 Pre-main-sequence isochrones - II. Revising star and planet formation time-scales. BELL C.P.M., NAYLOR T., MAYNE N.J., et al.
2014ApJ...786..113A viz 40           X         1 8 3 An anomalous extinction law in the Cep OB3b young cluster: evidence for dust processing during gas dispersal. ALLEN T.S., PRCHLIK J.J., MEGEATH S.T., et al.
2016MNRAS.458.4222Z 162           X C       3 31 ~ Feedback of the HBe star IL Cep on nearby molecular cloud and star formation. ZHANG S.-J., WU Y., LI J.Z., et al.
2018ApJS..238...20B 84           X         2 18 ~ The Arizona Radio Observatory CO mapping survey of Galactic molecular clouds. VI. The Cep OB3 cloud (Cepheus B and C) in CO J = 2-1, 13CO J = 2-1, and CO J = 3-2. BIEGING J.H., PATEL S., HOFMANN R., et al.
2019ApJ...875...64E viz 43           X         1 27 ~ Polarimetric and photometric investigation of the dark globule LDN 1225: distance, extinction law, and magnetic fields. ESWARAIAH C., LAI S.-P., MA Y., et al.
2020ApJ...896...60P 44           X         1 46 ~ Star-gas surface density correlations in 12 nearby molecular clouds. I. Data collection and star-sampled analysis. POKHREL R., GUTERMUTH R.A., BETTI S.K., et al.
2021ApJS..254....3M viz 45           X         1 17 ~ Molecular clouds in the second quadrant of the Milky Way midplane from l = 104.75° to l = 119.75° and b = -5.25° to b = 5.25°. MA Y., WANG H., LI C., et al.

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