A wide survey for circumstellar disks in the Lupus complex

@article{Teixeira2020AWS,
  title={A wide survey for circumstellar disks in the Lupus complex},
  author={Paula S Teixeira and Alexander Scholz and Jo{\~a}o Alves},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
Previous star formation studies have, out of necessity, often defined a population of young stars confined to the proximity of a molecular cloud. Gaia allows us to examine a wider, three-dimensional structure of nearby star forming regions, leading to a new understanding of their history. We present a wide-area survey covering 494 deg2 of the Lupus complex, a prototypical low-mass star forming region. Our survey includes all known molecular clouds in this region as well as parts of the Upper… 
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