The Evolution of Far-infrared CO Emission from Protostars

@article{Manoj2016TheEO,
  title={The Evolution of Far-infrared CO Emission from Protostars},
  author={P. Manoj and J. Green and S. Megeath and N. Evans and A. Stutz and J. Tobin and D. Watson and W. Fischer and E. Furlan and T. Henning},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={831},
  pages={69}
}
We investigate the evolution of far-IR CO emission from protostars observed with Herschel/PACS for 50 sources from the combined sample of HOPS and DIGIT Herschel key programs. From the uniformly sampled spectral energy distributions, whose peaks are well sampled, we computed the L_(bol), T_(bol), and L_(bol)/L_(smm) for these sources to search for correlations between far-IR CO emission and protostellar properties. We find a strong and tight correlation between far-IR CO luminosity (L_(CO)^(fir… Expand

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