L1527 IRS

IRAS 04368+2557

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# References
04 39 53.59+26 03 05.5YSO1401.82529090Tobin et al. 201018.43.87


Highly obscured edge-on disk with extended envelope


Mustang 3.3 mm Continuum Observations of Class 0 Protostars

Shirley, Y.L. Et al. 2011 A.J. 141 39

The Inner Envelope and Disk of L1527 Revealed: Gemini L'-band-scattered Light Imaging

Tobin, J.J., Hartmann, L., Loinard, L. 2010 Ap.J. 722 L12

Constraining the Envelope Structure of L1527 IRS: Infrared Scattered Light Modeling

*Tobin, J. J., Hartmann, L., Calvet, N., D'Alessio, P., 2008, ApJ, 679, 1364

Spitzer IRS Spectra and Envelope Models of Class I Protostars in Taurus

Furlan, E., McClure, M., Calvet, N., Hartmann, L., D'Alessio, P., Forrest, W. J., Watson, D. M., Uchida, K. I., Sargent, B., Green, J. D., Herter, T. L., 2008, ApJ, 176, 184

8 other objects in this reference

Interpreting Spectral Energy Distributions from Young Stellar Objects. II. Fitting Observed SEDs Using a Large Grid of Precomputed Models

Robitaille, T. P., Whitney, B. A., Indebetouw, R., Wood, K., 2007, ApJ, 169, 328

22 other objects in this reference

Referred to as IRAS 04368+2557

Tracing the Mass during Low-Mass Star Formation. III. Models of the Submillimeter Dust Continuum Emission from Class 0 Protostars

Shirley, Y.L., Evans, N.J., II, Rawlings, J. M. C., 2002, ApJ, 575, 337

Interferometric Imaging of IRAS 04368+2557 in the L1527 Molecular Cloud Core: A Dynamically Infalling Envelope with Rotation

Ohashi, N., Hayashi, M., Ho, P. T. P., Momose, M., 1997, ApJ, 475, 211