A resolved outflow of matter from a brown dwarf

@article{Whelan2005ARO,
  title={A resolved outflow of matter from a brown dwarf},
  author={E. Whelan and T. Ray and F. Bacciotti and A. Natta and L. Testi and S. Randich},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2005},
  volume={435},
  pages={652-654}
}
The birth of stars involves not only accretion but also, counter-intuitively, the expulsion of matter in the form of highly supersonic outflows. Although this phenomenon has been seen in young stars, a fundamental question is whether it also occurs among newborn brown dwarfs: these are the so-called ‘failed stars’, with masses between stars and planets, that never manage to reach temperatures high enough for normal hydrogen fusion to occur. Recently, evidence for accretion in young brown dwarfs… Expand
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