OH outflows in star-forming regions

  title={OH outflows in star-forming regions},
  author={Igor Felix Mirabel and Abraham Ruiz and Luis Felipe Rodr{\'i}guez and J. Cant{\'o}},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
The results from a survey for high-velocity OH in molecular outflows in star-forming regions are reported. High-velocity OH was detected in absorption in nine of these regions. When the telescope beam can resolve the outflows, they show similar anisotropic angular distribution as the redshifted and blueshifted CO. The OH transitions are markedly subthermal since for several sources it is found that the radiation that is being absorbed is a background continuum constituted by the cosmic… Expand
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