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Investigating high-mass star formation through maser surveys
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union
AbstractInterstellar masers are unique probes of the environments in which they arise. In studies of high-mass star formation their primary function has been as signposts of these regions and they have been used as probes of the kinematics and physical conditions in only a few sources. With a few notable exceptions, we know relatively little about the evolutionary phase the different maser species trace, nor their location with respect to other star formation tracers. While detailed studies ofdoi:10.1017/s1743921307012999 fatcat:l6cwgrl7j5aqrpuxrtuv3ujpsa