CARMA Observations of Protostellar Outflows in NGC 1333

  title={CARMA Observations of Protostellar Outflows in NGC 1333},
  author={Adele L. Plunkett and H{\'e}ctor G. Arce and Stuartt A. Corder and Diego Mardones and Anneila I. Sargent and Scott L. Schnee},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
We present observations of outflows in the star-forming region NGC 1333 using the Combined Array for Research in Millimeter-Wave Astronomy (CARMA). We combined the ^(12)CO and ^(13)CO (1-0) CARMA mosaics with data from the 14 m Five College Radio Astronomy Observatory to probe the central, most dense, and active region of this protostellar cluster at scales from 5" to 7' (or 1000 AU to 0.5 pc at a distance of 235 pc). We map and identify ^(12)CO outflows, and along with ^(13)CO data we estimate… 
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