volume 13, issue S336, P331-333 2017
DOI: 10.1017/s1743921318000364
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T. Csengeri, S. Bontemps, F. Wyrowski, A. Belloche, K. M. Menten, S. Leurini

Abstract: AbstractWe present a case study of a single high-mass protostar associated with an infrared quiet massive clump selected from the ATLASGAL survey. The thermal dust emission reveals a single collapsing object associated with a prominent molecular outflow. We detect bright emission from a torsionally excited state transition of CH3OH offset from the protostar that is well explained by shocks at the transition from the infalling envelope onto an accretion disk.