Properties of the GMCs investigated in this paper.
|#||Region||Mass (Dust / CO) [105 M⊙]||Distance [pc]||l [o]||b [o]||M/d2 [(105M⊙/ kpc2)]||Angular size [arcdeg2]|
|1||ρ Oph||0.12 / 0.08||165||356°||18°||8.4||68|
|2||Orion B||0.78 / 0.65||500||205°||−14°||3.9||22|
|3||Orion A||1.2 / 0.80||500||213°||−18°||5.2||28|
|4||Mon R2||1.1 / 0.80||830||214°||−12°||1.7||19|
|5||Taurus||0.30 / 0.23||140||170°||−16°||15.0||101|
|6||R CrA||0.01 / 0.01||150||0.5°||−18°||0.8||8|
|7||Chamaeleon||0.11 / 0.09||215||300°||−16°||2.4||22|
|8||Perseus OB2||0.41 / 0.3||350||158°||−20°||3.3||27|
Notes. The numbers in first column are used to identify the clouds (see Table 2). The estimated distance and position are obtained from Dame et al. (1987). The mass values (dust and CO) listed in the third column are calculated from Planck data and the CfA maps respectively (see text for a description of the mass derivation).
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