First large scale Herbig-Haro jet driven by a proto-brown dwarf

@article{Riaz2017FirstLS,
  title={First large scale Herbig-Haro jet driven by a proto-brown dwarf},
  author={B. Riaz and C. Brice{\~n}o and E. Whelan and S. Heathcote},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  year={2017}
}
We report the discovery of a new Herbig-Haro jet, HH 1165, in SOAR narrow-band imaging of the vicinity of the sigma Orionis cluster. HH 1165 shows a spectacular extended and collimated spatial structure, with a projected length of 0.26 pc, a bent C-shaped morphology, multiple knots, and fragmented bow-shocks at the apparent ends of the flow. The Halpha image shows a bright halo with a clumpy distribution of material seen around the driving source, and curved reflection nebulosity tracing the… Expand
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