The coordinated radio and infrared survey for high-mass star formation – IV. A new radio-selected sample of compact galactic planetary nebulae

@article{Irabor2018TheCR,
  title={The coordinated radio and infrared survey for high-mass star formation – IV. A new radio-selected sample of compact galactic planetary nebulae},
  author={T. Irabor and Melvin Hoare and Ren{\'e} D. Oudmaijer and James S. Urquhart and Stanley Kurtz and S. L. Lumsden and Cormac R. Purcell and Albert A. Zijlstra and G. Umana},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2018}
}
A catalogue of 239 ultra-compact H II  regions (UCHIIs) found in the CORNISH survey at 5 GHz and 1.5″ resolution in the region 10° < l < 65°,  |b| < 1° is presented. This is the largest complete and well-selected sample of UCHIIs to date and provides the opportunity to explore the global and individual properties of this key state in massive star formation at multiple wavelengths. The nature of the candidates was validated, based on observational properties and calculated spectral indices, and… 

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