FERIA: Flat Envelope Model with Rotation and Infall under Angular Momentum Conservation

@article{Oya2022FERIAFE,
  title={FERIA: Flat Envelope Model with Rotation and Infall under Angular Momentum Conservation},
  author={Yoko Oya and Hirofumi Kibukawa and Shota Miyake and Satoshi Yamamoto},
  journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific},
  year={2022},
  volume={134}
}
Radio observations of low-mass star formation in molecular spectral lines have rapidly progressed since the advent of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA). The gas distribution and its kinematics within a few hundreds of astronomical unit scale around a Class 0–I protostar are spatially resolved, and the region where a protostellar disk is being formed is now revealed in detail. In such studies, it is essential to characterize the complex physical structure around a protostar… 

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