Sequential Formation of Massive Stars at the Periphery of H II Regions

Abstract : The collect and collapse'' model predicts that massive objects−stars or clusters−should form in the shocked neutral layer surrounding an expanding H II region when this layer becomes gravitationally unstable and fragments. We present several cases of H II regions and their associated clusters that seem to be good illustrations of this process of triggered star formation.
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L. Deharveng, A. Zavagno, J. Caplan, B. Lefloch, L. Salas, et al.. Sequential Formation of Massive Stars at the Periphery of H II Regions. Revista Mexicana de Astronomia y Astrofisica Conference Series, 2002, Michoacán, Barbados. pp.160-162. ⟨hal-03562776⟩

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