Low-mass star formation in the Gum Nebula

@inproceedings{Kim2002LowmassSF,
  title={Low-mass star formation in the Gum Nebula},
  author={J. Kim and F. Walter and S. Wolk},
  year={2002}
}
We present photometric and spectroscopic results for the low-mass pre–main-sequence (PMS) stars with spectral types K–M in the cometary globule (CG) 30/31/38 complex. We obtained multiobject high-resolution spectra for the targets selected as possible PMS stars from multiwavelength photometry. We identified 11 PMS stars brighter than V = 16.5 with ages 5 Myr at a distance of approximately 200 pc. The spatial distribution of the PMS stars, CG clouds, and ionizing sources (O stars and supernova… Expand
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