Embedded binaries and their dense cores

@article{Sadavoy2017EmbeddedBA,
  title={Embedded binaries and their dense cores},
  author={S. Sadavoy and S. Stahler},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2017},
  volume={469},
  pages={3881-3900}
}
We explore the relationship between young, embedded binaries and their parent cores, using observations within the Perseus Molecular Cloud. We combine recently published VLA observations of young stars with core properties obtained from SCUBA-2 observations at 850 um. Most embedded binary systems are found toward the centres of their parent cores, although several systems have components closer to the core edge. Wide binaries, defined as those systems with physical separations greater than 500… Expand
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