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Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 02/2018, Volume 854, Issue 1, p. 56
Polarized emission is detected in two young nearly edge-on protostellar disks in 343 GHz continuum at similar to 50 au (similar to 0.'' 12) resolution with... 
stars: formation | ISM: individual objects (HH 111 and HH 212) | polarization | accretion, accretion disks | ISM: magnetic fields | FLATTENED ENVELOPE | ROTATION | SYSTEM | PROTOPLANETARY DISKS | FIELD STRUCTURE | TRANSITION | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | GRAIN ALIGNMENT | JET | STARS | Physics - Astrophysics of Galaxies
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Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 09/2014, Volume 792, Issue 2, pp. 116 - 12
Journal Article
Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 10/2018, Volume 865, Issue 2, p. 110
We report Submillimeter Array molecular line observations in the 345 GHz band of five massive dense cores, Cyg-N38, Cyg-N43, Cyg-N48, Cyg-N51, and Cyg-N53 in... 
stars: formation | ISM: clouds | ISM: individual objects (DR21) | submillimeter: ISM | ISM: kinematics and dynamics | ISM: magnetic fields | ALFVENIC TURBULENCE | STAR-FORMATION | SUBMILLIMETER ARRAY | TURBULENT AMBIPOLAR DIFFUSION | REGION | MOLECULAR ION SPECTRA | OUTFLOWS | CLOUDS | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | SIO | DISK
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ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL, ISSN 0004-637X, 07/2019, Volume 879, Issue 2, p. 101
The HH 211 protostellar system is currently the youngest Class 0 system found with a rotating disk. We have mapped it at similar to 50 au (0 ''.16) resolution,... 
ROTATION | CORE | ISM: jets and outflows | accretion, accretion disks | ALMA OBSERVATIONS | MOLECULAR OUTFLOW | GRAIN-GROWTH | ISM: individual objects (HH 211) | stars: formation | ORIGIN | COLLAPSE | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | ENVELOPE | JET | DISK
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Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 12/2018, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 4636 - 7
Protostellar jets are one of the most intriguing signposts in star formation. Recent detection of a jet rotation indicates that they can carry away angular... 
HH 80-81 | FIELD STRUCTURE | CLOUDS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | RADIOFREQUENCY LINES | MOLECULAR OUTFLOW | POLARIZATION | Polarization | Star formation | Collimation | Jets | Disks | Stellar rotation | Magnetism | Magnetic fields | Star & galaxy formation | Protostars
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Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings, ISSN 1570-6591, 2014, Volume 36, pp. 287 - 290
Conference Proceeding
by Ward-Thompson, Derek and Pattle, Kate and Bastien, Pierre and Furuya, Ray S and Kwon, Woojin and Lai, Shih-Ping and Qiu, Keping and Berry, David and Choi, Minho and Coudé, Simon and Francesco, James Di and Hoang, Thiem and Franzmann, Erica and Friberg, Per and Graves, Sarah F and Greaves, Jane S and Houde, Martin and Johnstone, Doug and Kirk, Jason M and Koch, Patrick M and Kwon, Jungmi and Lee, Chang Won and Li, Di and Matthews, Brenda C and Mottram, Joseph C and Parsons, Harriet and Pon, Andy and Rao, Ramprasad and Rawlings, Mark and Shinnaga, Hiroko and Sadavoy, Sarah and Loo, Sven Van and Aso, Yusuke and Byun, Do-Young and Eswaraiah, Chakali and Chen, Huei-Ru and Chen, Mike C.-Y and Chen, Wen Ping and Ching, Tao-Chung and Cho, Jungyeon and Chrysostomou, Antonio and Chung, Eun Jung and Doi, Yasuo and Drabek-Maunder, Emily and Eyres, Stewart P. S and Fiege, Jason and Friesen, Rachel K and Fuller, Gary and Gledhill, Tim and Griffin, Matt J and Gu, Qilao and Hasegawa, Tetsuo and Hatchell, Jennifer and Hayashi, Saeko S and Holland, Wayne and Inoue, Tsuyoshi and Inutsuka, Shu-Ichiro and Iwasaki, Kazunari and Jeong, Il-Gyo and Kang, Ji-Hyun and Kang, Miju and Kang, Sung-Ju and Kawabata, Koji S and Kemper, Francisca and Kim, Gwanjeong and Kim, Jongsoo and Kim, Kee-Tae and Kim, Kyoung Hee and Kim, Mi-Ryang and Kim, Shinyoung and Lacaille, Kevin M and Lee, Jeong-Eun and Lee, Sang-Sung and Li, Dalei and Li, Hua-Bai and Liu, Hong-Li and Liu, Junhao and Liu, Sheng-Yuan and Liu, Tie and Lyo, A-Ran and Mairs, Steve and Matsumura, Masafumi and Moriarty-Schieven, Gerald H and Nakamura, Fumitaka and Nakanishi, Hiroyuki and Ohashi, Nagayoshi and Onaka, Takashi and Peretto, Nicolas and Pyo, Tae-Soo and Qian, Lei and Retter, Brendan and Richer, John and Rigby, Andrew and Robitaille, Jean-Francois and Savini, Giorgio and Scaife, Anna M. M and Soam, Archana and Tamura, Motohide and Tang, Ya-Wen and Tomisaka, Kohji and ...
Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 06/2017, Volume 842, Issue 1, p. 66
Journal Article
by Kwon, Jungmi and Doi, Yasuo and Tamura, Motohide and Matsumura, Masafumi and Pattle, Kate and Berry, David and Sadavoy, Sarah and Matthews, Brenda C and Ward-Thompson, Derek and Hasegawa, Tetsuo and Furuya, Ray S and Pon, Andy and Francesco, James Di and Arzoumanian, Doris and Hayashi, Saeko S and Kawabata, Koji S and Onaka, Takashi and Choi, Minho and Kang, Miju and Hoang, Thiem and Lee, Chang Won and Lee, Sang-Sung and Liu, Hong-Li and Liu, Tie and Inutsuka, Shu-Ichiro and Eswaraiah, Chakali and Bastien, Pierre and Kwon, Woojin and Lai, Shih-Ping and Qiu, Keping and Coudé, Simon and Franzmann, Erica and Friberg, Per and Graves, Sarah F and Greaves, Jane S and Houde, Martin and Johnstone, Doug and Kirk, Jason M and Koch, Patrick M and Li, Di and Parsons, Harriet and Rao, Ramprasad and Rawlings, Mark G and Shinnaga, Hiroko and Loo, Sven Van and Aso, Yusuke and Byun, Do-Young and Chen, Huei-Ru and Chen, Mike C.-Y and Chen, Wen Ping and Ching, Tao-Chung and Cho, Jungyeon and Chrysostomou, Antonio and Chung, Eun Jung and Drabek-Maunder, Emily and Eyres, Stewart P. S and Fiege, Jason and Friesen, Rachel K and Fuller, Gary and Gledhill, Tim and Griffin, Matt J and Gu, Qilao and Hatchell, Jennifer and Holland, Wayne and Inoue, Tsuyoshi and Iwasaki, Kazunari and Jeong, Il-Gyo and Kang, Ji-Hyun and Kang, Sung-Ju and Kemper, Francisca and Kim, Gwanjeong and Kim, Jongsoo and Kim, Kee-Tae and Kim, Kyoung Hee and Kim, Mi-Ryang and Kim, Shinyoung and Lacaille, Kevin M and Lee, Jeong-Eun and Li, Dalei and Li, Hua-Bai and Liu, Junhao and Liu, Sheng-Yuan and Lyo, A-Ran and Mairs, Steve and Moriarty-Schieven, Gerald H and Nakamura, Fumitaka and Nakanishi, Hiroyuki and Ohashi, Nagayoshi and Peretto, Nicolas and Pyo, Tae-Soo and Qian, Lei and Retter, Brendan and Richer, John and Rigby, Andrew and Robitaille, Jean-Franois and Savini, Giorgio and Scaife, Anna M. M and Soam, Archana and Tang, Ya-Wen and Tomisaka, Kohji and ...
Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 05/2018, Volume 859, Issue 1, p. 4
Journal Article
ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL, ISSN 0004-637X, 05/2018, Volume 859, Issue 1
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