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Giant Molecular Clouds and Cluster Formation

  • Mónica Rubio (a1)

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We will review the present knowledge of molecular cloud properties and its relation to star formation. We will discuss the evidence for cluster formation associated with giant molecular clouds, and will concentrate on recent results in our Galaxy and the Magellanic Clouds.

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Giant Molecular Clouds and Cluster Formation

  • Mónica Rubio (a1)

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