First Symposium on the Infrared Cirrus and Diffuse Interstellar Clouds

conference held 7-9 April 1993, Tucson, Arizona by Symposium on the Infrared Cirrus and Diffuse Interstellar Clouds (1st 1993 Tucson, Ariz.)

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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Other titlesInfrared cirrus and diffuse interstellar clouds.
Statementedited by Roc M. Cutri and William B. Latter.
SeriesAstronomical Society of the Pacific conference series ;, v. 58
ContributionsCutri, Roc M., Latter, William B.
LC ClassificationsQB791.4 .S95 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 440 p. :
Number of Pages440
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1127647M
ISBN 100937707775
LC Control Number94071216

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Gerin, M.A. Miville-Deschênes, P. The first directed sample of a larger number of dark clouds [] targeted fourteen small diameter clouds selected from previous submillimetre surveys of isolated star forming regions []. From identifications in the sub-mm and infrared, only three of these clouds were assumed to be star-forming, with the remainder classified as starless.

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& Haynes, M.P.A&ADiffuse far-infrared and ultraviolet emission in the NGC/ system: tidal stream or Galactic.HEASARC support for unencrypted FTP access ended on September 20, Please see this notice for details.At the time of this photo, high-altitude winds were clearly sweeping the tops off the many tallest thunderclouds, generating long anvils of diffuse cirrus plumes that trail south.

At lower levels of the atmosphere, “streets” of white dots—fair-weather cumulus clouds—are aligned with west-moving winds.