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LWS observations of the bright rimmed globule IC1396N

Saraceno, P., Ceccarelli, C., Clegg, P., Correia, C., di Giorgio, A., Giannini, T., Griffin, Matthew J., Lorenzetti, D., Molinari, S., Nguyen, Q. Rieu, Nisini, B., Radicchi, A., Spinoglio, L., Tommasi, E., White, G. J., Ade, Peter A. R., Andre, P., Armand, C., Barlow,, M. J., Burgdorf, M., Caux, E., Cerulli, P., Fischer, J., Furniss, I., Glencross, B., Gry, C., King, K. J., Lim, T., Liseau, R., Minchin, N., Naylor, D., Texier, D., Orfei, R., Palla, F., Sidher, S., Smith, H. A., Swinyard, B., Trams, N. and Unger, S. 1996. LWS observations of the bright rimmed globule IC1396N. Astronomy and Astrophysics 315 , pp. 293-296.

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Abstract

We present the first far-infrared spectrum of the IRAS source associated with IC 1396N, located in the HII region IC 1396 together with submillimeter and millimeter photometry. A rich spectrum of CO, OH, and H_2_O lines are detected in the ISO-LWS spectrum, indicative of a warm, dense region, probably shock excited, around the source. Among the fine structure lines, [OIII] and [NIII] are also detected and can be explained by the presence of the O6 star HD206267 approximately 16pc away. The far infrared and submillimeter spectral energy distribution is fitted with a model assuming spherical grey-bodies with a radial power law of density and temperature. An accurate measure of the bolometric luminosity and an estimate of the total envelope mass are obtained.

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Physics and Astronomy
Subjects: Q Science > QB Astronomy
Uncontrolled Keywords: stars: formation, ism: jets and outflows, ism: individual objects: ic 1396n, infrared: ism:lines
Additional Information: http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1996A%26A...315L.293S
Publisher: EDP Sciences
ISSN: 0004-6361
Last Modified: 10 Jan 2018 14:46
URI: http://orca.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/75917

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