Multiwavelength observations of star-forming region uncover dozens of new celestial objects

Multiwavelength observations of star-forming region uncover dozens of new celestial objects
An international team of astronomers has conducted multiwavelength observations of the star-forming region G345.5+1.5. The observational campaign discovered dozens of massive stars as well as protostellar and bound starless clumps in the region. The study is presented in a paper published January 30 on arXiv.org.
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