SHIYA WANG, LESLIE W. LOONEY, Department of Astronomy, University of Illinois, 1002 W. Green St., Urbana, IL 61801; WOLFGANG BRANDNER, Max-Planck-Institut fur Astronomie in Heidelberg, Germany; AND LAIRD M. CLOSE, Steward Observatory, University of Arizona.
We present BIMA millimeter interferometric observations (B and C array) in the CS(2-1), 13CO(1-0), and C18O(1-0) transitions toward the cluster forming environment around the massive star, MWC 1080. The dense gas traced by these transitions shows a clumpy structure surrounding a biconical cavity. This indicates previous outflow activities that have shred the natal cloud and help revealed young cluster members. In addition, the velocity distribution throughout the gas suggests a role of turbulent motions on the cluster formation. This study helps understand the ongoing star formation and gas dispersal within a young cluster and the kinematics within a turbulent star-forming cloud.