Multiwavelength study of the G345.5+1.5 region

@inproceedings{Figueira2019MultiwavelengthSO,
  title={Multiwavelength study of the G345.5+1.5 region},
  author={Miguel Figueira and Cristian L'opez-Calder'on and Leonardo Bronfman and Annie Zavagno and Carlos Herv'ias-Caimapo and Nicolas Urbano Duronea and L-AA. Nyman},
  year={2019}
}
Star-forming regions are usually studied in the context of Galactic surveys, but dedicated observations are sometimes needed when the study reaches beyond the survey area. Here, we studied the G345.5+1.5 region, which is located slightly above the Galactic plane, to understand its star formation properties. We combined the LABOCA and $^{12}$CO(4$-$3) transition line observations complemented with the Hi-GAL and $\it{Spitzer}$-GLIMPSE surveys to study the star formation toward this region. We… CONTINUE READING

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