IRAS 18151-1208

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# References
18 17 58.2-12 07 28YSO30003.399006029Fallscheer et al. 20114.11.46


Candidate disk, needs confirmation.


A High-mass Dusty Disk Candidate: The Case of IRAS 18141-1208

*Fallscheer, C., Beuther, H., Sauter, J., Wolf, S. and Zhang, Q. 2011 Ap.J. 729 66

elongated & asymmetric mm continuum structure

A near-IR imaging survey of intermediate- and high-mass young stellar outflow candidates

Varricatt, W.P., Davis, C.J., Ramsay, S., and Todd, S.P. 2010 M.N.R.A.S. 404 661

Mid-Infrared Photometry and Spectra of Three High-Mass Protostellar Candidates at IRAS 18151-1208 and IRAS 20343+4129

Campbell, M.F. Et al. 2008 Ap.J. 673 954

Evolution of massive protostars: the IRAS 18151-1208 region

Marseille, M., Bontemps, S., Herpin, F., van der Tak, F.F.S., and Purcell, C.R. 2008 A.&A. 488 579

Collimated molecular jets from high-mass young stars: IRAS 18151-1208.

Davis, C.J., Varricatt, W.P., Todd, S.P, and Ramsay, H.S.K. 2004 A.&A. 425 981

The circumstellar environments of high-mass protostellar objects. I. Submillimetre continuum emission

Williams, S.J., Fuller, G.A., and Sridharan, T.K. 2004 A.&A. 417 115