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A sensitive survey for water masers towards Bok globules

  • I. de Gregorio-Monsalvo (a1), J. F. Gómez (a2), O. Suárez (a3), T. B. H. Kuiper (a4), G. Anglada (a2), N. A. Patel (a5) and J. M. Torrelles (a6)...

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In this work we report the most sensitive water maser survey towards Bok globules to date, using NASA's 70 m antenna in Robledo de Chavela (Spain). We observed 207 positions within the Clemens & Barvainis catalog that show indications of possible star formation or with a high probability of harboring a young stellar object. With this survey we have increased the number of Bok globules known to present water maser emission from three to nine. We have complemented these results with interferometric high-angular resolution observations towards some of our detections.

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A sensitive survey for water masers towards Bok globules

  • I. de Gregorio-Monsalvo (a1), J. F. Gómez (a2), O. Suárez (a3), T. B. H. Kuiper (a4), G. Anglada (a2), N. A. Patel (a5) and J. M. Torrelles (a6)...

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