MOLECULAR OUTFLOWS FROM THE PROTOCLUSTER SERPENS SOUTH

@article{Nakamura2011MOLECULAROF,
  title={MOLECULAR OUTFLOWS FROM THE PROTOCLUSTER SERPENS SOUTH},
  author={Fumitaka Nakamura and Kohji Sugitani and Yoshito Shimajiri and Takashi Tsukagoshi and Aya E. Higuchi and Shogo Nishiyama and Ryohei Kawabe and Michihiro Takami and Jennifer L. Karr and Robert A. Gutermuth and Grant W. Wilson},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={737}
}
We present the results of CO (J = 3–2) and HCO+ (J = 4–3) mapping observations toward a nearby embedded cluster, Serpens South, using the ASTE 10 m telescope. Our CO (J = 3–2) map reveals that many outflows are crowded in the dense cluster-forming clump that can be recognized as an HCO+ clump with a size of ∼0.2 pc and mass of ∼80 M☉. The clump contains several subfragments with sizes of ∼0.05 pc. By comparing the CO (J = 3–2) map with the 1.1 mm dust continuum image taken by AzTEC on ASTE, we… 

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