Coronae in the Coronet: a very deep X-ray look into a stellar nursery

@article{Forbrich2007CoronaeIT,
  title={Coronae in the Coronet: a very deep X-ray look into a stellar nursery},
  author={Jan Forbrich and Th. Henning MPIfR Bonn and Aiu Jena},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2007},
  volume={475},
  pages={959-972}
}
Aims. To study the X-ray properties of young stellar objects (YSOs), we analyze an exceptionally sensitive Chandra dataset of the Coronet cluster in the CrA star-forming region, achieving a limiting luminosity of $L_{\rm X,min} \sim 5\times 10^{26}$ erg/s for lightly absorbed sources. This dataset represents one of the most sensitive X-ray observations ever obtained of a star-forming region. Methods. The X-ray data are used to investigate the membership status of tentative members of the region… Expand
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