Probing Jets from Young Embedded Sources: Clues from HST Near-IR [Fe ii] Images

@article{Erkal2021ProbingJF,
  title={Probing Jets from Young Embedded Sources: Clues from HST Near-IR [Fe ii] Images},
  author={Jessica Erkal and Brunella Nisini and Deirdre Coffey and Francesca Bacciotti and Patrick Hartigan and Simone Antoniucci and Teresa Giannini and Jochen Eisl{\"o}ffel and Carlo Felice Manara},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={919}
}
We present near-infrared [Fe ii] images of four Class 0/I jets (HH 1/2, HH 34, HH 111, HH 46/47) observed with the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) Wide Field Camera 3. The unprecedented angular resolution allows us to measure proper motions, jet widths and trajectories, and extinction along the jets. In all cases, we detect the counterjet, which was barely visible or invisible at shorter wavelengths. We measure tangential velocities of a few hundred kilometers per second, consistent with previous… 
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