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Molecular Outflows in B335 and B1

  • N. Hirano (a1), O. Kameya (a2), T. Kasuga (a3), H. Mikami (a4), S. Saito (a5), T. Umemoto (a6) and S. Yamamoto (a4)...

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We present the aperture synthesis observations of the CO molecular outflows associated with the low-mass young stellar objects embedded in B335 and Bl. We used the Nobeyama Millimeter Array and obtained the angular resolutions of 8.1” × 5.0” for B335 and 6.5” × 4.4” for B1.

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