Jets and Outflows from Star to Cloud: Observations Confront Theory

@article{Frank2014JetsAO,
  title={Jets and Outflows from Star to Cloud: Observations Confront Theory},
  author={Adam Frank and Tom P. Ray and S. Cabrit and Patrick Hartigan and H{\'e}ctor G. Arce and Francesca Bacciotti and J. M. Bally and Myriam Benisty and Jochen Eisloffel and Manuel Gudel and Sergey V. Lebedev and Brunella Nisini and A. C. Raga},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  year={2014},
  pages={451}
}
  • A. Frank, T. Ray, A. Raga
  • Published 14 February 2014
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics
In this review we focus on the role jets and outflows play in the star and planet formation process. Our essential question can be posed as follows: are jets/outflows merely an epiphenomenon associated with star formation or do they play an important role in mediating the physics of assembling stars both individually and globally? We address this question by reviewing the current state of observations and their key points of contact with theory. Our review of jet/outflow phenomena is organized… 
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