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Compact H II regions, mainly radio observations

  • H. J. Habing
Part III: IR-Sources, Masers and Compact H II Regions
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 42)

Abstract

Small dense clumps of ionized gas exist during various stages in the evolution of H II regions. They can be manifest as bright rims or as very small, very compact H II regions surrounding new born stars. Examples of both types of objects are given and some speculation is made about how massive stars are formed.

Keywords

Radio Source Massive Star Monthly Notice High Angular Resolution Ionization Front 
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  • H. J. Habing
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  1. 1.SterrewachtThe Netherlands

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