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Observations of Young Stellar Objects (YSO)

  • Hans Zinnecker
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Part of the Saas-Fee Advanced Courses book series (SAASFEE, volume 29)

Abstract

This lecture course is unusual in that it consists of a body of real observing proposals, submitted to various time allocation committees in the years 1996–1999. In all cases the observations have already been conducted; a summary and reference to published results are given at the end of each proposal. I am grateful to my co-investigators B. Brandl, W. Brandner, A. Brown, M. J. McCaughrean, Th. Preibisch, B. Reipurth, Th. Stanke, K. Stapelfeldt, and A. Quirrenbach for their permission to use these proposals.

Keywords

Star Formation Massive Star Young Star Initial Mass Function Tauri Star 
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