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Star formation in the Vela Molecular Clouds: Near IR images

Abstract : We present the first results of a sensitive (K ≈ 17 mag) near IR (JHK) imaging survey of a complete IRAS selected sample of Young Stellar Objects (YSO’s) belonging to a Giant Molecular Cloud (GMC) located in the Vela Molecular Ridge (VMR). The same objects have also been observed at λ = 1.3mm. We provide identifications (i.e. NIR counterparts) and detailed spectral energy distributions (SED’s) for ten newly identified Class I objects. The envelope masses are consistent with central masses derivable from the observed luminosities. Detected multiplicity indicates that intermediate mass star formation might not represent an individual and isolated phenomenon.
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T. Giannini, D. Lorenzetti, B. Nisini, L. Spinoglio, Annie Zavagno, et al.. Star formation in the Vela Molecular Clouds: Near IR images. The Role of Dust in the Formation of Stars, ESO Astrophysics Symposia (European Southern Observatory)., 1995, Garching, Germany. pp.27-30, ⟨10.1007/978-3-540-68594-4_7⟩. ⟨hal-03562798⟩

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