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Water in massive star-forming regions with the Herschel Space Observatory

  • M. Röllig, R. Simon, V. Ossenkopf, J. Stutzki, F. Herpin (a1), L. Chavarria (a1), F. van der Tak (a2), F. Wyrowski (a3), S. Bontemps (a1), E. van Dishoeck (a4) and WISH Team...

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The understanding of the star formation is still on progress. Especially, the formation of high-mass stars is much less understood than the low-mass case. Water, one of the most important molecules in the Universe, might elucidate key episodes in the process of stellar birth, and especially could be a major role in the formation of high-mass stars. We present here the first results of the WISH program, dedicated to the water study in star-forming regions with Herschel, concerning the massive star-forming regions.

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Water in massive star-forming regions with the Herschel Space Observatory

  • M. Röllig, R. Simon, V. Ossenkopf, J. Stutzki, F. Herpin (a1), L. Chavarria (a1), F. van der Tak (a2), F. Wyrowski (a3), S. Bontemps (a1), E. van Dishoeck (a4) and WISH Team...

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