NAME SH 2-106 FIR , the SIMBAD biblio

NAME SH 2-106 FIR , the SIMBAD biblio (49 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.8 - 2023.11.29CET20:26:23

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1993MNRAS.262..839R 3 4 51 The molecular environment of S 106 IR. RICHER J.S., PADMAN R., WARD-THOMPSON D., et al.
1994BAAS...26.1454M 1 ~ The ammonia distribution on 4000 AU scales near S106FIR. MANGUM J.G. and WOOTTEN A.
1995MNRAS.276.1024J 78 66 Studies of embedded far-infrared sources in the vicinity of H2O masers - I. Observations. JENNESS T., SCOTT P.F. and PADMAN R.
1995MNRAS.277..307L 1 3 14 A study of carbon monoxide and neutral carbon in the S106 molecular core. LITTLE L.T., KELLY M.L., HABING R.J., et al.
1995PASP..107..617P viz 256 4 A catalog of the youngest YSOs and candidate protostars. POLLANEN M.D. and FELDMAN P.A.
1995Ap&SS.224...43W 13 4 Ammonia images near objects with class 0 spectral energy distributions. WOOTTEN A.
1995Ap&SS.224..487H 7 2 Probing the magnetic field around protostars. HOLLAND W.S., GREAVES J.S. and WARD-THOMPSON D.
1996A&A...309..267H 36   K                 20 40 The magnetic field structure around protostars. Submillimetre polarimetry of VLA 1623 and S 106-IR/FIR. HOLLAND W.S., GREAVES J.S., WARD-THOMPSON D., et al.
1996AJ....111..841Y 88 22 A search for radio continuum emission from young stellar objects in Bok globules. YUN J.L., MOREIRA M.C., TORRELLES J.M., et al.
1996ARA&A..34..111B 3 40 478 Bipolar molecular outflows from young stars and protostars. BACHILLER R.
1997ApJ...484..256G 1 32 170 New protostellar collapse candidates: an HCO+ survey of the class 0 sources. GREGERSEN E.M., EVANS N.J., ZHOU S., et al.
1998AJ....116.1868B 1 6 23 Hubble Space Telescope Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 observations of the young bipolar H II region S106. BALLY J., YU KA C., RAYNER J., et al.
1999ApJ...525..821F 72 T                   10 28 VLA observations of H2O masers in the class 0 protostar S106 FIR: evidence for a 10 AU scale accelerating jetlike flow. FURUYA R.S., KITAMURA Y., SAITO M., et al.
1999MNRAS.302L..45G 7 10 Ambipolar diffusion in magnetized cloud cores. GREAVES J.S. and HOLLAND W.S.
2000ApJ...542L.135F 40   K                 4 52 A microjet: a protostar's cry at birth. FURUYA R.S., KITAMURA Y., WOOTTEN H.A., et al.
2001AJ....121..984S 12 13 Thermal infrared imaging of the bipolar H II region S106. SMITH N., JONES T.J., GEHRZ R.D., et al.
2001ApJ...560..853T 20 55 Discovery of linear ``Building blocks'' of water masers shaping linear/arcuate microstructures in Cepheus A. TORRELLES J.M., PATEL N.A., GOMEZ J.F., et al.
2001MNRAS.327..715B 5 3 46 A turbulent MHD model for molecular clouds and a new method of accretion on to star-forming cores. BALSARA D., WARD-THOMPSON D. and CRUTCHER R.M.
2002A&A...384..225S 1         O           6 24 A multiwavelength study of the S106 region. I. Structure and dynamics of the molecular gas. SCHNEIDER N., SIMON R., KRAMER C., et al.
2002AJ....123..382V 11 8 Empirical radial dependencies of the energy components in magnetized young stellar objects. VALLEE J.P.
2002IAUS..206...22F 73 T                   3 1 Imaging of 2-mm dust continuum emission towards
S 106 FIR and its spectral energy dustribution.
2002IAUS..206...27C 17 4 Water masers and the near-stellar environment in YSOs. CLAUSSEN M.J.
2002RMxAC..13..108T 23 9 Interferometric maser observations from outflows/disks in star-forming regions. TORRELLES J.M., PATEL N.A., GOMEZ J.F., et al.
2003A&A...406..915S 18 36 A multiwavelength study of the S106 region. II. Characteristics of the photon dominated region. SCHNEIDER N., SIMON R., KRAMER C., et al.
2003ApJ...589..386T 1 13 43 Observations of water masers and radio continuum emission in AFGL 2591. TRINIDAD M.A., CURIEL S., CANTO J., et al.
2003ApJ...595..631K 4 3 44 Magnetocentrifugal launching of jets from accretion disks. II. Inner disk-driven winds. KRASNOPOLSKY R., LI Z.-Y. and BLANDFORD R.D.
2003ApJS..144...71F 268 129 Water maser survey toward low-mass young stellar objects in the northern sky with the Nobeyama 45 meter telescope and the Very Large Array. FURUYA R.S., KITAMURA Y., WOOTTEN A., et al.
2003RMxAA..39..311T 26 12 A study of the variability of water maser emission in a sample of young stellar objects. TRINIDAD M.A., ROJAS V., PLASCENCIA J.C., et al.
2003NewAR..47...85V 125 25 Astral magnetic fields as observed in starforming nurseries, in stars, and in the Solar system. VALLEE J.P.
2004ApJ...613..416T 21 8 Multiple outflows in the LkHα 234 region. TRINIDAD M.A., CURIEL S., TORRELLES J.M., et al.
2005A&A...438..571F 11 12 Proper motion of H2O masers in IRAS 20050+2720 MMS1: an AU scale jet associated with an intermediate-mass class 0 source. FURUYA R.S., KITAMURA Y., WOOTTEN A., et al.
2005PASJ...57..595H 22 9 Multi-epoch VERA observations of H2O masers in OH 43.8-0.1. HONMA M., BUSHIMATA T., CHOI Y.K., et al.
2006AJ....131.1608O viz 37   K                 1703 18 Very low luminosity young cluster and the luminosity and mass functions in
2006ApJ...642..319D 67 17 CCS and NH3Emission associated with low-mass young stellar objects. DE GREGORIO-MONSALVO I., GOMEZ J.F., SUAREZ O., et al.
2006ApJ...653.1369F 25 23 The initial conditions for gravitational collapse of a core: an extremely young low-mass class 0 protostar GF 9-2. FURUYA R.S., KITAMURA Y. and SHINNAGA H.
2007MNRAS.380..246G 37           X         1 34 26 A high-frequency radio continuum study of massive young stellar objects. GIBB A.G. and HOARE M.G.
2007A&A...474..873S 37           X         1 38 28 A multiwavelength study of the S106 region. III. The S106 molecular cloud as part of the Cygnus X cloud complex. SCHNEIDER N., SIMON R., BONTEMPS S., et al.
2008AJ....136.1372O viz 264           X         7 93 5 Luminosity and mass functions at the very low mass side in NGC 1333. OASA Y., TAMURA M., SUNADA K., et al.
2008ApJ...685..285M 38           X         1 22 17 Time-resolved AU-scale jets traced by masers in the IRAS 4A/B regions of NGC 1333. MARVEL K.B., WILKING B.A., CLAUSSEN M.J., et al.
2009AJ....137.3149S viz 152           X         4 592 6 Near-infrared imaging polarimetry of S106 cluster-forming region with SIRPOL. SAITO H., TAMURA M., KANDORI R., et al.
2009A&A...498..753D 38           X         1 12 9 The extremely collimated bipolar H2O jet from the NGC1333-IRAS4B protostar. DESMURS J.-F., CODELLA C., SANTIAGO-GARCIA J., et al.
2008PASJ...60..961H 39           X         1 27 57 Astrometry of H2O masers in nearby star-forming regions with VERA III. IRAS22198+6336 in Lynds 1204G. HIROTA T., ANDO K., BUSHIMATA T., et al.
2009ApJ...704.1459T 38           X         1 29 10 Evolutionary status of brightest and youngest source in the Orion Molecular Cloud -3 region. TAKAHASHI S., HO P.T.P., TANG Y.-W., et al.
2011NewAR..55...23V 169       D     X C       4 220 6 Magnetic fields in the nearby Universe, as observed in solar and planetary realms, stars, and interstellar starforming nurseries. VALLEE J.P.
2011ApJS..196...21B 169       D     X         5 199 25 A multi-epoch, simultaneous water and methanol maser survey toward intermediate-mass young stellar objects. BAE J.-H., KIM K.-T., YOUN S.-Y., et al.
2012A&A...542L..12S 157           X         4 2 11 SOFIA observations of S106: dynamics of the warm gas. SIMON R., SCHNEIDER N., STUTZKI J., et al.
2016MNRAS.460..283B 42           X         1 16 37 H2O masers in a jet-driven bow shock: episodic ejection from a massive young stellar object. BURNS R.A., HANDA T., NAGAYAMA T., et al.
2018A&A...617A..45S 412           X         10 7 6 Anatomy of the massive star-forming region S106. The [O I] 63 µm line observed with GREAT/SOFIA as a versatile diagnostic tool for the evolution of massive stars. SCHNEIDER N., ROLLIG M., SIMON R., et al.
2022ApJ...924...50B 1702     A D S   X C       37 29 2 Supersonic expansion of the bipolar H II region Sh2-106: a 3500 year old explosion? BALLY J., CHIA Z., GINSBURG A., et al.

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