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Cold HI Gas in the M17SW Giant Molecular Cloud

  • F. Sato (a1), J. B. Whiteoak (a2), R. E. Otrupcek (a2) and T. Tokushige (a3)

Abstract

The cold HI cloud in the region of the M17SW giant molecular cloud comprises three major fragments with a mean size of ~ 30 pc. Their overall distribution is rather similar to that of CO gas, but one of the fragments does not seem to have a molecular counterpart. It is shown that such a cloud is also a future site of star formation.

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