Aims. To constrain models of high-mass star formation, the Herschel-HOBYS key program aims at discovering massive dense cores (MDCs) able to host the high-mass analogs of low-mass prestellar cores, which have been searched for over the past decade. We here focus on NGC 6334, one of the best-studied HOBYS molecular cloud complexes.
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Tigé, J.; Motte, F.; Anderson, L. D.; and Spinoglio, L., "The Earliest Phases Of High-Mass Star Formation, As Seen In Ngc 6334 By Herschel -Hobys" (2017). Faculty & Staff Scholarship. 947.
Tigé, J., Motte, F., Anderson, L. D., Spinoglio, L. (2017). The Earliest Phases Of High-Mass Star Formation, As Seen In Ngc 6334 By Herschel -Hobys. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 602, A77. http://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201628989