SPITZER OBSERVATIONS OF IC 2118

@article{Guieu2010SPITZEROO,
  title={SPITZER OBSERVATIONS OF IC 2118},
  author={S. Guieu and L. Rebull and J. Stauffer and F. Vrba and A. Noriega-Crespo and T. Spuck and T. Moody and B. Sepulveda and C. Weehler and A. Maranto and D. Cole and N. Flagey and R. Laher and B. Penprase and S. Ram{\'i}rez and S. Stolovy},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={720},
  pages={46-63}
}
IC 2118, also known as the Witch Head Nebula, is a wispy, roughly cometary, ~5 degree long reflection nebula, and is thought to be a site of triggered star formation. In order to search for new young stellar objects (YSOs), we have observed this region in seven mid- and far-infrared bands using the Spitzer Space Telescope and in four bands in the optical using the U. S. Naval Observatory 40 inch telescope. We find infrared excesses in four of the six previously known T Tauri stars in our… Expand
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