Herbig–Haro flows around the BBWo 192E (GM 1–23) nebula

  title={Herbig–Haro flows around the BBWo 192E (GM 1–23) nebula},
  author={Tigran Yu. Magakian and Tigran A. Movsessian and Hasmik Andreasyan and J.Bally and Alexey S. Rastorguev},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
We studied a small comet-shape reflection nebula, located in the dark cloud SL 4 in the Vela Molecular Ridge cloud C, known as BBWo 192E (GM 1-23), and a young infrared cluster embedded into the nebula, for the evidences of recent star formation. We obtained the images of BBWo 192E in Halpha and [SII] lines and in SDSS i' with Blanco telescope at the Cerro Tololo Interamerican Observatory to discover new Herbig-Haro (HH) flows. 2MASS and WISE surveys were used for the search of the additional… 


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