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MOLECULAR OUTFLOWS FROM NEWLY FORMED MASSIVE STARS
KIM, KEE-TAE; KIM, WON-JU; KIM, CHANG-HEE;
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 Abstract
We map 6 massive young stellar objects (YSOs) in the CO J
 Keywords
ISM;jets and outflows — ISM;molecules — masers — stars;formation — stars;protostars;
 Language
English
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