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Clumpy Structure in the W3 Molecular Core

  • Hideyuki Kobayashi (a1), Masahiko Hayashi (a1) and Tetsuo Hasegawa (a2)

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The core region of the W3 molecular cloud has high molecular line luminosities (Dickel et al. 1980; Brackman and Scoville 1980). This region contains luminous infrared sources and ultra compact H II regions. A young star cluster may be forming in this region. Recent interferometric high angular-resolution observation revealed a bipolar outflow toward IRS 5 in the CO emission (Claussen et al. 1984) and a mass condensation in the HCN emission (Wright et al. 1984) in this region.

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Brackmann, E. and Scoville, N.: 1980, Astrophys. J. 242, 112.
Claussen, M.J., Berge, G.L., Heiligman, G.M., Leighton, R.B., Lo, K.Y., Masson, C.R., Moffet, A.T., Phillips, T.G., Sargent, A.I., Scott, S.L., Wannier, P.G., and Woody, D.P.: 1984, Astrophys. J. Letters, 285, L79.
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