We report on millimetric continuum observations of two bright compact H II regions, which have been observed for the first time in this frequency range. For the two observed regions (G291.6-0.5 and G291.3-0.7), we derive the flux densities at the two observed wavelengths (1.25 and 2 mm) as well as the spectral index and the temperature of the surrounding dust by fitting a modified blackbody curve to our results combined with IR values obtained from the literature. We also estimate the dust mass and the bolometric luminosity of the two regions.

Sabbatini, L., Cavaliere, F., . Dall'Oglio G, ., Davies, R.D., Martinis, L., Miriametro, A., et al. (2005). Millimetric observations of southern HII regions. ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS, 439(2), 595-600 [10.1051/0004-6361:20041615].

Millimetric observations of southern HII regions

PIZZO, Gabriella;
2005-01-01

Abstract

We report on millimetric continuum observations of two bright compact H II regions, which have been observed for the first time in this frequency range. For the two observed regions (G291.6-0.5 and G291.3-0.7), we derive the flux densities at the two observed wavelengths (1.25 and 2 mm) as well as the spectral index and the temperature of the surrounding dust by fitting a modified blackbody curve to our results combined with IR values obtained from the literature. We also estimate the dust mass and the bolometric luminosity of the two regions.
Sabbatini, L., Cavaliere, F., . Dall'Oglio G, ., Davies, R.D., Martinis, L., Miriametro, A., et al. (2005). Millimetric observations of southern HII regions. ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS, 439(2), 595-600 [10.1051/0004-6361:20041615].
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