RCW 34 , the SIMBAD biblio

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1955MmRAS..67..155G 105 130 A survey of southern HII regions. GUM C.S.
1960MNRAS.121..103R viz 187 322 A catalogue of H-alpha emission regions in the Southern Milky Way. RODGERS A.W., CAMPBELL C.T. and WHITEOAK J.B.
1972AuJPA..25....1D 384 74 A low-latitude galactic survey from lII = 46 to 61 and 190 to 290 at 2700 MHz. DAY G.A., CASWELL J.L. and COOKE D.J.
1975AJ.....80..208V viz 160 84 Catalogue of southern stars embedded in nebulosity. VAN DEN BERGH S. and HERBST W.
1977MNRAS.178..619W 10 15 Infrared photometry of R associations. I. Early-type stars in CMa R1 and Vel R2. WILLIAMS P.M., BEATTIE D.H. and STEWART J.M.
1980A&A....82..295G 76 19 A study of stars in southern dust clouds with bright nebulosities. GAHM G.F. and MALMORT M.
1983MNRAS.204...53S 1 90 771 The galactic abundance gradient. SHAVER P.A., McGEE R.X., NEWTON L.M., et al.
1984A&A...139..181B 47 27 CO (J=2->1) observations of molecular clouds associated with HII regions from the southern hemisphere. BRAND J., VAN DER BIJ M.D.P., DE VRIES C.P., et al.
1984A&AS...55..109F 1 60 399 The Herbig Ae/Be stars associated with nebulosity. FINKENZELLER U. and MUNDT R.
1984A&AS...56..333D 129 43 A 12 CO (J = 2-1) survey of southern hemisphere dark clouds, reflection nebulae and Herbig-Haro type objects. DE VRIES C.P., BRAND J., ISRAEL F.P., et al.
1984A&AS...57..285F 32 75 Line profiles and radial velocities of Herbig Ae/Be stars. FINKENZELLER U. and JANKOVICS I.
1985A&A...151..340F 59 107 Rotational velocities, spectral types and forbidden lines of Herbig Ae/Be stars. FINKENZELLER U.
1987A&A...179..157V 70 T                   1 3 5 The nature of the exciting star of
RCW 34.
1987AuJPh..40..215C 52 72 Survey of OH masers at 1665 MHz. III. Galactic longitudes 233 to 326. CASWELL J.L. and HAYNES R.F.
1988A&A...202..240H 6 16 The peculiar southern H II region RCW 34. HEYDARI-MALAYERI M.
1989A&AS...80..149W viz 1380 265 IRAS sources beyond the solar circle. I. CO observations. WOUTERLOOT J.G.A. and BRAND J.
1990A&AS...83..337J 309 57 A survey of infrared features in HII regions, planetary nebulae and proto-planetary nebulae from the IRAS-LRS data base. JOURDAIN DE MUIZON M., COX P. and LEQUEUX J.
1990ApJ...354..165S 120 92 IRAS low-resolution spectral observations of H II regions. SIMPSON J.P. and RUBIN R.H.
1991ApJS...77..607V 502 86 New low-resolution spectrometer spectra for IRAS sources. VOLK K., KWOK S., STENCEL R.E., et al.
1992A&A...259..241Z 156 31 A quantitative study of the 7.7 and 11.3 mu-m emission bands based on IRAS/LRS spectra. ZAVAGNO A., COX P. and BALUTEAU J.-P.
1992A&A...265..577L 126 84 Star formation in the Vela molecular clouds. I. The IRAS-bright class I sources. LISEAU R., LORENZETTI D., NISINI B., et al.
1992ApJ...397..613H 3 48 673 Herbig Ae/Be stars: intermediate-mass stars surrounded by massive circumstellar accretion disks. HILLENBRAND L.A., STROM S.E., VRBA F.J., et al.
1992ApJ...398..254B 46 145 Infrared emission from dust structures surrounding Herbig Ae/Be stars. BERRILLI F., CORCIULO G., INGROSSO G., et al.
1993A&A...270..426G 39 12 Anomalous dust in the environment of Herbig Ae/Be stars. GORTI U. and BHATT H.C.
1993A&A...275..573P 71 T                   6 4 The molecular cloud associated with the HII region RCW 34. PATGANI L., HEYDARI-MALAYERI M. and CASTETS A.
1993AJ....106..656B viz 49 63 Dust emission features in 3 microm. spectra of Herbig Ae/Be stars. BROOKE T.Y., TOKUNAGA A.T. and STROM S.E.
1993ApJS...87..217S 60 153 A high-sensitivity survey of radio continuum emission from Herbig Ae/Be stars. SKINNER S.L., BROWN A. and STEWART R.T.
1993MNRAS.261..783S 282 85 Detection of 35 new 5 1 -6 0 A+ -methanol masers towards IRAS sources. SCHUTTE A.J., VAN DER WALT D.J., GAYLARD M.J., et al.
1994A&A...291..546H 36 83 Cold dust around southern Herbig Ae/Be stars. HENNING T., LAUNHARDT R., STEINACKER J., et al.
1994A&AS..104..315T viz 336 348 A new catalogue of members and candidate members of the Herbig Ae/Be (HAEBE) stellar group. THE P.S., DE WINTER D. and PEREZ M.R.
1994JApA...15..415R 205 10 A study of the kinematics of the local dark clouds. RAMESH B.
1995A&AS..109..177W viz 2980 50 Radio continuum emission from stars: a catalogue update. WENDKER H.J.
1995A&AS..111...95Z viz 63 48 Studies of dense molecular cores in regions of massive star formation. II. CS J=2-1 survey of southern H2O masers in the longitude range l=260-310deg. ZINCHENKO I., MATTILA K. and TORISEVA M.
1996A&A...306..593A 11 14 The near-infrared spectrum of ultracompact HII regions. ARMAND C., BALUTEAU J.-P., JOUBERT M., et al.
1996A&AS..115...81B viz 14       D               1 1473 391 A CS(2-1) survey of IRAS point sources with color characteristics of ultra-compact HII regions. BRONFMAN L., NYMAN L.-A. and MAY J.
1996A&AS..115..285C viz 270 43 A catalogue of massive young stellar objects. CHAN S.J., HENNING T. and SCHREYER K.
1996MNRAS.280..252D 18 37 The Vela supernova remnant and the Gum nebula: new perspectives at 2.4 GHz. DUNCAN A.R., STEWART R.T., HAYNES R.F., et al.
1997A&A...320..972M 26 15 Molecular cloud/HII region interfaces in the star forming region NGC 6357. MASSI F., BRAND J. and FELLI M.
1997ApJS..112..557K viz 11285 170 Classification and identification of IRAS sources with low-resolution spectra. KWOK S., VOLK K. and BIDELMAN W.P.
1997MNRAS.291..261W viz 604 181 Studies of ultracompact H II regions. I. Methanol maser survey of IRAS-selected sources. WALSH A.J., HYLAND A.R., ROBINSON G., et al.
1997SSRv...82..407P 59 23 Observational overview of young intermediate-mass objects: Herbig Ae/Be stars. PEREZ M.R. and GRADY C.A.
1998A&A...330..145V 139 350 Hipparcos photometry of Herbig Ae/Be stars. VAN DEN ANCKER M.E., DE WINTER D. and TJIN A DJIE H.R.E.
1998A&A...334..253F 1 18 58 Progressive dispersal of the dense gas in the environment of early-type and late-type Herbig Ae-Be stars. FUENTE A., MARTIN-PINTADO J., BACHILLER R., et al.
1998A&AS..131..401Y viz 61 41 Polarimetry of southern peculiar early-type stars. YUDIN R.V. and EVANS A.
1998A&AS..132..211H viz 664 50 A survey of SiO emission towards interstellar masers. I. SiO line characteristics. HARJU J., LEHTINEN K., BOOTH R.S., et al.
1998MNRAS.301..640W viz 232 345 Studies of ultracompact H II regions - II. High-resolution radio continuum and methanol maser survey. WALSH A.J., BURTON M.G., HYLAND A.R., et al.
1999A&A...352..228M viz 177 18 Transitional YSOs: candidates from flat-spectrum IRAS sources. MAGNIER E.A., VOLP A.W., LAAN K., et al.
1999ApJ...519L.177C 1 11 33 Radio detection of the supernova remnant RX J0852.0-4622. COMBI J.A., ROMERO G.E. and BENAGLIA P.
1999PASJ...51..775Y 67 42 A study of dense molecular gas and star formation toward the Vela molecular ridge with NANTEN. YAMAGUCHI N., MIZUNO N., SAITO H., et al.
2000A&A...361.1079Z viz 132 64 HNCO in massive galactic dense cores. ZINCHENKO I., HENKEL C. and MAO R.Q.
2000A&AS..144..285Y 133 30 Analysis of correlations between polarimetric and photometric characteristics of young stars. A new approach to the problem after eleven years' study. YUDIN R.V.
2000A&AS..147...93C 48 9 Integrated photometry of galactic HII regions. COPETTI M.V.F.
2000ApJ...537..589K 76 65 An empirical test and calibration of H II region diagnostics. KENNICUTT R.C.Jr, BRESOLIN F., FRENCH H., et al.
2000MNRAS.311..329D 78 152 Oxygen and helium abundances in Galactic HII regions - II. Abundance gradients. DEHARVENG L., PENA M., CAPLAN J., et al.
2000MNRAS.317..315V 175 57 Detection of new sources of methanol emission at 95GHz with the Mopra telescope. VAL'TTS I.E., ELLINGSEN S.P., SLYSH V.I., et al.
2000PASA...17...92O viz 1092 19 Catalogue of J = 1-0 CO emission towards southern dark clouds. OTRUPCEK R.E., HARTLEY M. and WANG J.-S.
2001A&A...369..239G 22 15 Circumstellar medium around close southern PMS binaries. New results with the ESO ADONIS + COMIC/SHARP infrared system. GEOFFRAY H. and MONIN J.-L.
2001A&A...380..609D viz 163 75 A photometric catalogue of southern emission-line stars. DE WINTER D., VAN DEN ANCKER M.E., MAIRA A., et al.
2002KFNT...18a..55P 28 ~ On the oxygen abundances in HII regions of the Galaxy. PILYUGIN L.S., FERRINI F. and SHKVARUN R.V.
2003A&A...399..141M viz 2083 43 Merged catalogue of reflection nebulae. MAGAKIAN T.Y.
2003A&A...400..533D viz 487 137 New infrared star clusters in the southern Milky Way with 2MASS. DUTRA C.M., BICA E., SOARES J., et al.
2003A&A...401..557P 30 27 On the oxygen abundance in our Galaxy. PILYUGIN L.S., FERRINI F. and SHKVARUN R.V.
2003A&A...404..969D 47 14 Determination of temperature of the ionizing stars of HII regions. DORS O.L.Jr and COPETTI M.V.F.
2005A&A...432..737P viz 960 143 A general catalogue of 6.7-GHz methanol masers. I. Data. PESTALOZZI M.R., MINIER V. and BOOTH R.S.
2005A&A...433..565D 1 50 138 Triggered massive-star formation on the borders of Galactic HII regions. I. A search for ``collect and collapse'' candidates. DEHARVENG L., ZAVAGNO A. and CAPLAN J.
2006ApJS..162..346R viz 126 98 Abundance gradients in the Galaxy. RUDOLPH A.L., FICH M., BELL G.R., et al.
2006IBVS.5721....1K viz 1754 36 The 78th name-list of variable stars. KAZAROVETS E.V., SAMUS N.N., DURLEVICH O.V., et al.
2007A&A...461..565M 46 8 Low-excitation blobs in the Magellanic Clouds. MEYNADIER F. and HEYDARI-MALAYERI M.
2007Ap.....50....1G 10 1 Star Formation Region in Vela. GYULBUDAGHIAN A.L. and MAY J.
2009ApJ...695..511C viz 38           X         1 140 29 Spitzer view of young massive stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud H II complex N 44. CHEN C.-H.R., CHU Y.-H., GRUENDL R.A., et al.
2010ApJ...713..883B 1934 T   A D S   X C F     47 40 38 Sequential star formation in
RCW 34: a spectroscopic census of the stellar content of high-mass star-forming regions.
BIK A., PUGA E., WATERS L.B.F.M., et al.
2011NewA...16..323A 39           X         1 4 2 On the propensity of the formation of massive clumps via fragmentation of driven shells. ANATHPINDIKA S.
2011ApJS..195....8C viz 16       D               2 748 9 The QUaD Galactic Plane Survey. II. A compact source catalog. CULVERHOUSE T., ADE P., BOCK J., et al.
2011A&A...531A..27M 78           X         2 51 9 Sequential star formation in IRAS 06084-0611 (GGD 12-15). From intermediate-mass to high-mass stars. MAASKANT K.M., BIK A., WATERS L.B.F.M., et al.
2011A&A...533A..94H 201           X C       4 12 150 Filaments and ridges in Vela C revealed by Herschel: from low-mass to high-mass star-forming sites. HILL T., MOTTE F., DIDELON P., et al.
2012A&A...539A.156G 198           X C       4 13 41 The Herschel view of the on-going star formation in the Vela-C molecular cloud. GIANNINI T., ELIA D., LORENZETTI D., et al.
2012AJ....144...13V 2620 T K A     X C       65 12 1 A near-infrared study of the star-forming region
RCW 34.
2012MNRAS.427.1713A 39           X         1 10 1 On the evolution of irradiated turbulent clouds: a comparative study between modes of triggered star formation. ANATHPINDIKA S. and BHATT H.C.
2013A&A...558A.102E 40           X         1 65 16 RCW 36 : characterizing the outcome of massive star formation. ELLERBROEK L.E., BIK A., KAPER L., et al.
2014MNRAS.438..426H viz 40           X         1 834 10 A statistical study of gaseous environment of Spitzer interstellar bubbles. HOU L.G. and GAO X.Y.
2014A&A...564A..31T viz 40           X         1 39 3 Optical and infrared observations of the young SMC blob N26 and its environment. TESTOR G., HEYDARI-MALAYERI M., CHEN C.-H.R., et al.
2015MNRAS.450.1199D 16       D               1 53 37 The dangers of being trigger-happy. DALE J.E., HAWORTH T.J. and BRESSERT E.
2016A&A...587A..69W 41           X         1 29 ~ Ongoing star formation in the protocluster IRAS 22134+5834. WANG Y., AUDARD M., FONTANI F., et al.
2019ApJ...871...44T 44           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.
2018PASJ...70S..41F 43           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..45O 43           X         1 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..48H 1703 T   A D S   X C       38 19 ~ High-mass star formation possibly triggered by cloud-cloud collision in the H II region
RCW 34.
2018PASJ...70S..49E 85           X         2 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 43           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.
2019A&A...628A.110M viz 653       S   X C       13 594 ~ Dense cores and star formation in the giant molecular cloud Vela C. MASSI F., WEISS A., ELIA D., et al.
2019ApJ...886...14F 44           X         1 15 ~ An ALMA view of molecular filaments in the Large Magellanic Cloud. I. The formation of high-mass stars and pillars in the N159E-Papillon Nebula triggered by a cloud-cloud collision. FUKUI Y., TOKUDA K., SAIGO K., et al.
2019ApJ...886...15T 44           X         1 20 ~ An ALMA view of molecular filaments in the Large Magellanic Cloud. II. An early stage of high-mass star formation embedded at colliding clouds in N159W-South. TOKUDA K., FUKUI Y., HARADA R., et al.
2021ApJ...923...20P 47           X         1 15 ~ Disruption of hierarchical clustering in the Vela OB2 complex and the cluster pair Collinder 135 and UBC 7 with Gaia EDR3: evidence of supernova quenching. PANG X., YU Z., TANG S.-Y., et al.

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