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Two New T Tauri stars and a Candidate FU Orionis Star associated with Bok Globules

  • J. L. Yun (a1) and M. Moreira (a1)

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We present photometric and spectroscopic evidence of two new T Tauri stars formed in the conditions of isolated small Bok globules. The spectral energy distributions of these objects display excess infrared emission, they are associated with optical reflection nebulae, and their optical spectra reveal Balmer emission lines and the Li I λ6707 Å absorption line. Additionnally, we report the discovery of what is likely to be a new FU Orionis star seen towards Bok globule CB34. The star is about 4 magnitudes brighter than it appears on the Palomar plates and is associated with the aggregate of young stellar objects forming in Bok globule CB34.

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Two New T Tauri stars and a Candidate FU Orionis Star associated with Bok Globules

  • J. L. Yun (a1) and M. Moreira (a1)

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