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Wind Interaction Models for Gamma-Ray Burst Afterglows: The Case for Two Types of Progenitors
Beginning with the γ-ray bursts GRB 970228 and GRB 970508, a standard model for the interpretation of gamma-ray burst (GRB) afterglows emerged involving synchrotron emission from a constant-energyExpand
Locating the Launching Region of T Tauri Winds: The Case of DG Tau
It is widely believed that T Tauri winds are driven magnetocentrifugally from accretion disks close to the central stars. The exact launching conditions are uncertain. We show that a general relationExpand
Outflow Feedback Regulated Massive Star Formation in Parsec-Scale Cluster-Forming Clumps
We investigate massive star formation in turbulent, magnetized, parsec-scale clumps of molecular clouds including protostellar outflow feedback using three dimensional numerical simulations ofExpand
The VLA Nascent Disk and Multiplicity Survey of Perseus Protostars (VANDAM). II. Multiplicity of Protostars in the Perseus Molecular Cloud
We present a multiplicity study of all known protostars (94) in the Perseus molecular cloud from a Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) survey at Ka-band (8 mm and 1 cm) and C-band (4 cm and 6.6Expand
Protostellar Turbulence Driven by Collimated Outflows
We investigate the global properties of the outflow-driven protostellar turbulence through 3D MHD simulations. The simulations show that the turbulence in regions of active cluster formation isExpand
NON-IDEAL MHD EFFECTS AND MAGNETIC BRAKING CATASTROPHE IN PROTOSTELLAR DISK FORMATION
Dense, star-forming cores of molecular clouds are observed to be significantly magnetized. A realistic magnetic field of moderate strength has been shown to suppress, through catastrophic magneticExpand
Spatially resolved magnetic field structure in the disk of a T Tauri star
Magnetic fields in accretion disks play a dominant part during the star formation process but have hitherto been observationally poorly constrained. Field strengths have been inferred on T TauriExpand
Radio supernova sn 1998bw and its relation to grb 980425
SN 1998bw is an unusual Type Ic supernova that may be associated with the γ-ray burst GRB 980425. We use a synchrotron self-absorption model for its radio emission to deduce that theExpand
A triple protostar system formed via fragmentation of a gravitationally unstable disk
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Observations of dust and molecular gas emission reveal a disk with a spiral structure surrounding the three protostars in the triple protostar system L1448 IRS3B that appears susceptible to disk fragmentation at radii between 150 and 320 astronomical units, consistent with models for a protostellar disk that has recently undergone gravitational instability, spawning one or two companion stars. Expand
Magnetized Singular Isothermal Toroids
We consider the end states for a quasi-magnetostatic phase of evolution of molecular cloud cores by ambipolar diffusion. The models yield good initial states for fully dynamical collapse to isolatedExpand
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