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Extension of HOPS Out to 500 ParSecs (eHOPS). I. Identification and Modeling of Protostars in the Aquila Molecular Clouds

@inproceedings{Pokhrel2022ExtensionOH,
  title={Extension of HOPS Out to 500 ParSecs (eHOPS). I. Identification and Modeling of Protostars in the Aquila Molecular Clouds},
  author={Riwaj Pokhrel and S. Thomas Megeath and Robert A. Gutermuth and Elise Furlan and William J. Fischer and S. R. Federman and John J. Tobin and Amelia M. Stutz and Lee Hartmann and Mayra Osorio and Dan M. Watson and Thomas Stanke and P. Manoj and Mayank Narang and Prabhani Atnagulov and Nolan Habel},
  year={2022}
}
We present a Spitzer/Herschel focused survey of the Aquila molecular clouds (d ∼ 436 pc) as part of the eHOPS (extension of HOPS Out to 500 ParSecs) census of nearby protostars. For every source detected in the Herschel/PACS bands, the eHOPS-Aquila catalog contains 1-850 μm SEDs assembled from 2MASS, Spitzer, Herschel, WISE, and JCMT/SCUBA-2 data. Using a newly developed set of criteria, we classify objects by their SEDs as protostars, pre-ms sequence stars with disks, and galaxies. A total of… 

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