Sample of PDRs with distance, effective temperature of the exciting star, incident FUV radiation field strength, gas density, and geometry.
|Source||Dist.a||Exciting star||FUV fieldb||Densityc||Geometryd||Ref.|
|L1721||134||20 000 K, B2V||4.5 [3–6]||3 × 102–3 × 103||S-C||(1)|
|California||543||370 000, O7.5III||19 [7–37]||103–104||E-O||(2)|
|N7023E||429||15 000 K, B5Ve||51 [27–82]||7 × 103||E-O||(3)|
|Horsehead||352||33 000 K, O9.5V||60 [30–110]||104–105||E-O||(4)|
|rho Oph||136||22 000 K, B2V||250 [180-340]||1–5 × 104||E-O, C||(5)|
|N2023N||472||23 000 K, B1.5V||550 [100–1370]||104–105||E-O, C||(6)|
Incident FUV radiation field expressed in units χ of the Draine (1978) average interstellar radiation field with uncertainties in between brackets ([χmin, χmax]).
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