Possible detection of a high-velocity neutral wind in T Tauri

@article{Ruiz1992PossibleDO,
  title={Possible detection of a high-velocity neutral wind in T Tauri},
  author={Abraham Ruiz and Jos{\'e} Luis Alonso and Igor Felix Mirabel},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={1992},
  volume={394}
}
We report a possible detection of high-velocity H I gas toward T Tau. The 21 cm observations reveal the presence of high-velocity (∼150 km s −1 ) atomic gas having an associated mass of ∼10 −3 M ⊙ and a mass-loss rate of ∼7×10 −7 M ⊙ yr −1 . The momentum supply rate provided by the neutral wind can drive the observed CO outflow in this source 
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