5 GHz Observations of the Infrared Star MWC 349, and the H II Condensation W3(OH)

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Braes, Habing and Schoenmaker1 have detected radio emission from MWC 349, the flux density at 1,415 MHz being 0.060 +/- 0.007 f.u. They also summarize the remarkable properties of this star, which is believed to be an early B-type star2 with some 10 mag of obscuration and with a strong IR excess, which may be associated with a surrounding dense cloud of gas and dust3,4.

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