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Paper: Multi-Band Studies of High Mass Star Formation on Various Scales
Volume: 510, Stars: From Collapse to Collapse
Page: 9
Authors: Zinchenko, I.; Ojha, D. K.; Pirogov, L.; Zemlyanukha, P.
Abstract: In this review we present the results of our studies of high mass star forming regions on the scales from several parsecs to hundreds AU at wavelengths from low frequency radio band to IR. On large scales fragmented shells and filaments are investigated, showing signatures of induced star formation. On small scales we observe dense cores at various stages of evolution. Some of them represent rotating disks and are associated with high velocity outflows. There are signs of episodic accretion and ejection events.
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