The outburst of the eruptive young star OO Serpentis between 1995 and 2006

@article{Kospal2007TheOO,
  title={The outburst of the eruptive young star OO Serpentis between 1995 and 2006},
  author={'A. K'osp'al and P. 'Abrah'am and T. Prusti and J. Acosta-Pulido and S. Hony and A. Mo'or and R. Siebenmorgen},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2007},
  volume={470},
  pages={211-219}
}
Aims. OO Serpentis is a deeply embedded pre-main sequence star in the Serpens NW star-forming region. The star went into outburst in 1995 and gradually faded afterwards. In many respects its eruption resembled the well-known FU Orionis-type (FUor) or EX Lupi-type (EXor) outbursts. Since very few such events have ever been documented at infrared wavelengths, our aim is to study the temporal evolution of 00 Ser in the infrared. Methods. OOSer was monitored with the Infrared Space Observatory in… Expand
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