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J/A+A/534/A131   Clumps in the giant molecular cloud G345.5+1.0   (Lopez+, 2011)

Massive star formation in the GMC G345.5+1.0: spatial distribution of the dust emission. Lopez C., Bronfman L., Nyman L.-A., May J., Garay G. <Astron. Astrophys. 534, A131 (2011)> =2011A&A...534A.131L
ADC_Keywords: Millimetric/submm sources ; Molecular clouds Keywords: ISM: clouds - stars: formation - dust, extinction - stars: massive - Galaxy: structure - galaxies: star formation Abstract: Massive condensations in giant molecular clouds (GMCs) are linked to the formation of high mass stars, which are the principal source of heavy elements and UV radiation, playing an important role in the evolution of galaxies. We attemp to make a complete census of massive-star formation within all of GMC G345.5+1.0. This cloud is located one degree above the Galactic plane and at 1.8kpc from the Sun, thus there is little superposition of dust along the line-of-sight, minimizing confusion effects in identifying individual clumps. GMC G345.5+1.0 is located approximately between 344.5° and 346.5° in Galactic longitude, and between 0.2° and 2.0° in Galactic latitude. Description: Observations toward the whole GMC 345.5+1.0 were made using SIMBA Bolometer in 1.2mm continuum emission. The observations have a spatial distribution of 0.2pc and cover 1.8°x2.2° in the sky with a noise of 20mJy/beam. 201 clumps were identified with diameters between 0.2 and 0.6pc, masses between 3.0 and 1.3x103M, and densities between 5x103 and 4x105cm-3. Observations were made in October 2002 and July 2003. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table5.dat 52 201 Characteristics of the 201 clumps observed with SIMBA
See also: J/A+A/426/119 : RCW 106 Giant Molecular Cloud 1.2mm mapping (Mookerjea+, 2004) Byte-by-byte Description of file: table5.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- Name Name of the source 5- 11 F7.3 deg GLON Galactic longitude of peak in 1.2mm continuum emission 13- 17 F5.3 deg GLAT Galactic latitude of peak in 1.2mm continuum emission 19- 24 F6.3 Jy S1.2mm Flux density at 1.2mm 26- 28 F3.1 pc Diam ?=- Diameter of source 30- 35 F6.1 Msun Mass Esimated clump mass 37- 42 E6.2 cm-3 Dens ?=- Density (1) 44- 50 E7.2 cm-2 N ?=- Column density (1) 52 A1 --- IR [Y/N] Infrared counterpart (2)
Note (1): The densities and the column densities are computed assuming a mean molecular weight of = 2.29. Note (2): Infrared counterpart shows if clumps are detected in all infrared MSX and Spitzer-IRAC bands ("Y") or not ("N").
Acknowledgements: C. Lopez, clopezcalderon(at)gmail.com
(End) Patricia Vannier [CDS] 31-Oct-2011
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