By Francesca Bacciotti, Thomas P. Ray, Jochen EislÖffel, Jens Woitas, Josef Solf (auth.), A. J. L. Fernandes, P. J. V. Garcia, J. J. G. Lima (eds.)
This quantity provides the result of the workshop discussions at the jet phenomenon on various astrophysical scales and covers interdisciplinary parts akin to regular kingdom winds, time-dependent winds/jets, jet energetics and jet/wind propagation.
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2001, A&A 377, 589. D. , in: Y. Mannings, AP. 5. ), Protostars and Planets IV, Tucson, Univ. of Arizona Press, p. 429. Gomez de Castro, AI. : 2001, ApJ 548,976. Gomez de Castro, AI. : 2002, ApJ , submitted. Koenigl, A. : 2000, in: V. Mannings, AP. S. ), Protostars and Planets IV, Tucson, Univ. of Arizona Press, p. 759. NEW IDEAS ON JETS AND OUTFLOWS INTERACTIONS THIBAUTLERY Dublin Institute fo r Advanced Studies, School of Cosmic, 5 Merrion square, Dublin 2, lreland Abstract. We propose an altern ative global model for the flows surrounding both low and high mass YSOs.
Primed in the Netherland s. M. Q) u, 15 10 5 0 0 2 3 4 Veiling Figure 1. Distribution of the J -band (top panel) and K -band (bottom panel) veiling for the stars with detected photospheric lines. 2. Near-Infrared Veiling Veiling is a relative measure of the continuum excess emission . At a given wavelength, the veiling r A is defined as the ratio of the excess flux to the stellar photospheric flux. g. , 1989; Guenther and Hessman, 1993). A very important characteristic of veiling measurements is that they provide an estimate of the amount of excess emission independent of reddening, hence avoiding the problems of poorly known extinction, which can hamper photometric attempts to derive the excess emission.
126,437. , Kawabe, R. : 1996, Astrophys. J. 457,277. J. : 1988, Astrophys. J. 332 , L41. , Nakano, T. : 1998, Astrophys. J. 504, 314 . T. : 2002 , Astrophys. J. 570, 724. STAR-DRIVEN WIND AND JET MODELS * C. SAUTY UniversiteParis 7 & Obs. fr K. TSlNGANOS Univ. ojAthens, Dept ofPhysics, Panepistimiopolis, 15784 Zograjos, Greece E. TRUSSONl INAF, OsservatorioAstron. Torino, Strada Osserv. 20, 10025 Pino Torinese, Italy Z. MELIANl Observatoire de Paris, LUTh - APC, 92190 Meudon, France Abstract. Weoutline some main results from recent analytical modelling of axisymmetric jets from the coronae of young stars and compare them to disk-wind and X-wind models.
Jets in Young Stellar Objects: Theory and Observations by Francesca Bacciotti, Thomas P. Ray, Jochen EislÖffel, Jens Woitas, Josef Solf (auth.), A. J. L. Fernandes, P. J. V. Garcia, J. J. G. Lima (eds.)