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Anatomy of a high-mass star forming cloud: The G24.78+0.08 (proto)stellar cluster
Astronomy and Astrophysics
We present the results of an interferometric and single-dish study of G24.78+0.08, a region associated with highmass star formation. Observations have been carried out in several molecular species, which are suitable to trace environments with different densities and temperatures. Evidence for this region to contain a cluster of very young massive stellar objects has been presented in a previous paper (Furuya et al. 2002) . We suggest that the embedded stars might be too young to have affecteddoi:10.1051/0004-6361:20030116 fatcat:22gsfsgobvc7fhlk3njgjlsfve