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Nir surface photometry of star-forming regions

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Abstract

We present a set of maps of the star-forming regions S140, Re 50, and Mon R2 in theJ, H, andK infrared bands (i.e., 1.2, 1.65, and 2.2 μm), obtained with a resolution of 7 and 14 arc sec at the infrared 1.5 m TIRGO telescope, with the TIRGO InSb single channel photometer operating in a mapping mode.

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Comoretto, G., Tofani, G. & Baffa, C. Nir surface photometry of star-forming regions. Astrophys Space Sci 170, 377–379 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00652696

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Keywords

  • Mapping Mode
  • InSb
  • Single Channel
  • Infrared Band
  • Surface Photometry