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    • Early phases in the stellar and substellar formation and evolution: infrared and submillimeter data in the barnard 30 dark cloud 

      Barrado, D.; De Gregorio Monsalvo, Itziar; Huelamo, N.; Morales Calderón, M.; Bayo, A.; Palau, A.; Ruiz, M.; Riviere Marichalar, P.; Bouy, H.; Morata, O.; Stauffer, J. R.; Eiroa, C.; Noriega Crespo, A. (EDP Sciences S A, 2018)
      Aims. The early evolutionary stage of brown dwarfs (BDs) is not very well characterized, especially during the embedded phase. Our goal is to gain insight into the dominant formation mechanism of very low-mass objects and ...
    • The molecular environment of the Galactic star forming region G19.61–0.23 

      Santangelo, G.; Testi, L.; Leurini, S.; Walmsley, C. M.; Cesaroni, R.; Bronfman Aguiló, Leonardo; Carey, S.; Gregorini, L.; Menten, K. M.; Molinari, S.; Noriega Crespo, A.; Olmi, L.; Schuller, F. (ESO, 2010-06-03)
      Context. Although current facilities allow the study of Galactic star formation at high angular resolution, our current understanding of the high-mass star-formation process is still very poor. In particular, we still ...
    • SiO outflows in high-mass star forming regions: A potential chemical clock? 

      López Sepulcre, A.; Walmsley, C. M.; Cesaroni, R.; Codella, C.; Schuller, F.; Bronfman Aguiló, Leonardo; Carey, S. J.; Menten, K. M.; Molinari, S.; Noriega Crespo, A. (EDP SCIENCES, 2011-02)
      Context. Some theoretical models propose that O-B stars form via accretion, in a similar fashion to low-mass stars. Jet-driven molecular outflows play an important role in this scenario, and their study can help to understand ...
    • Spitzer characterization of dust in an anomalous emission region: the Perseus cloud 

      Tibbs, C. T.; Flagey, N.; Paladini, R.; Compiègne, M.; Shenoy, S.; Carey, S.; Noriega Crespo, A.; Dickinson, C.; Ali Haïmoud, Y.; Casassus Montero, Simón; Cleary, K.; Davies, R. D.; Hirata, C. M.; Watson, R. A. (2011)
      Anomalous microwave emission is known to exist in the Perseus cloud. One of the most promising candidates to explain this excess of emission is electric dipole radiation from rapidly rotating very small dust grains, ...