High Angular Resolution, Sensitive CS J = 2-1 and J = 3-2 Imaging of the Protostar L1551 NE: Evidence for Outflow-triggered Star Formation?*

  title={High Angular Resolution, Sensitive CS J = 2-1 and J = 3-2 Imaging of the Protostar L1551 NE: Evidence for Outflow-triggered Star Formation?*},
  author={Sozo Yokogawa and Yoshimi Kitamura and Munetake Momose and et al.},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
High angular resolution and sensitive aperture synthesis observations of CS (J = 2-1) and CS (J = 3-2) emissions toward L1551 NE, the second brightest protostar in the Taurus molecular cloud, made with the Nobeyama Millimeter Array are presented. L1551 NE is categorized as a Class 0 object deeply embedded in the redshifted outflow lobe of L1551 IRS 5. Previous studies of the L1551 NE region in CS emission revealed the presence of shell-like components open toward L1551 IRS 5, which seem to… 
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