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First detection of thermal H2O Emission from a Herbig-Haro Object

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  25 May 2016

R. Liseau
Affiliation:
Stockholm Observatory S-133 36 Saltsjöbaden, Sweden

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The first detection of thermal H2O emission from an Herbig-Haro flow was made with the LWS (Long Wavelength Spectrometer) aboard ISO (Infrared Space Observatory). In addition to H2O, rotational lines of CO and OH as well as lines from [O I] and [C II] were also recorded from HH 54. These observations are consistent with the concept of interstellar shock waves, but a quantitative unifying shock model, capable of explaining all observations, has yet to be developed.

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ISO First Results
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Copyright © Kluwer 1997 

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