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2nd of September 2015
ATNF Colloquium
Tightening the belt: Constraining the mass and evolution in SDC335
by Adam Avison (University of Manchester)
ALMA Cycle 0 observations identified one of the most massive star-forming cores observed in the Milky Way. Situated within the IRDC SDC335.579-0.292 this core, along with an accompanying lower mass core, appear to be in the early stages of forming massive (M* > 8 Msolar) stars.

In this talk the results of ATCA follow up continuum observations (6, 8, 23, 25 GHz) will be presented. The results of which have allowed us to identify 3 hyper compact HII regions within SDC335 and characterise the protostars creating them. From these results we are able to put constraints on the future stellar population in SDC335.

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