Bow shock nebulae of hot massive stars in a magnetized medium

@article{Meyer2017BowSN,
  title={Bow shock nebulae of hot massive stars in a magnetized medium},
  author={D. Meyer and A. Mignone and R. Kuiper and A. Raga and W. Kley},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2017},
  volume={464},
  pages={3229-3248}
}
A significant fraction of OB-type, main-sequence massive stars are classified as runaway and move supersonically through the interstellar medium (ISM). Their strong stellar winds interact with their surroundings where the typical strength of the local ISM magnetic field is about 3.5-7 micro-G, which can result in the formation of bow shock nebulae. We investigate the effects of such magnetic fields, aligned with the motion of the flow, on the formation and emission properties of these… Expand
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