IC 348-IR


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At ref. wavelength (microns)
# References
03 43 58.8+32 01 52HaeB7.5200887110Boulard et al. 19951000.86
 

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Also known as the Flying Ghost Nebula

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Multiple outflows and protostars near IC 348 and the flying ghost nebula

Walawender, J., Bally, J., Kirk, H., Johnstone, D., Reipurth, B., & Aspin, C., 2006, AJ, 132, 467

IRAC, Ha and [S II] images. HH flow from FGN? No sub-mm clump at position of FGN.

Molecular outflows in the young open cluster IC 348

Eisloffel, J., Froebrich, D., Stanke, T, & McCaughrean, M.J., 2003, ApJ, 595, 259

Outflows near IC 348-IR

Far-infrared photometry of deeply embedded outflow sources

Froebrich, D., Smith, M.D., Hodapp, K.-W., & Eisloffel, J., 2003, MNRAS, 346, 163

FIR photometry of IC 348 IR blended with HH211-MM

The flying ghost nebula: a remarkable circumstellar disk

*Boulard, M.-H., Caux, E., Monin, J.-L., Nadeau, D., & Rowlands, N., 1995, A&A, 300, 276

Optical and NIR imaging and photometry.

Discovery of a molecular hydrogen jet near IC 348

McCaughrean, M.J., Rayner, J.T., & Zinnecker, H., 1994, ApJ, 436, L189

JHK photometry on IC 348-IR

A study of the young cluster IC 348

Strom, S.E., Strom, K.A., & Carrasco, L., 1974, PASP, 86, 798

Detection of reflection nebula