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  • 1) arXiv:2008.05537 Observational evidence for rotational desorption of Complex Molecules by radiative torques from Orion BN/KL Authors: Le Ngoc Tram, Hyeseung Lee, Thiem Hoang, Joseph M. Michail, David T. Chuss, Sarah Nickerson, Naseem Rangwala, William T. Reach Abstract: …of COMs toward the nearest massive star-forming region Orion BN/KL. We compare the abundance of COMs computed using the rotational desorption mechanism with observations by ALMA, and demonstrate that the rotational desorption mechanism can explain the detection of COMs. We also analyze the polarization data from SOFIA/HAWC+ and JCMT/SCUBA-2 and find that the… ApJ NA
  • 3) arXiv:2008.04564 Evidence for dense gas heated by the explosion in Orion KL Gong, Gang Wu, Yuxin He, Jarken Esimbek, Jianjun Zhou Abstract: …making use of ALMA Band 6 Science Verification data. The kinetic temperatures obtained with a resolution of 1.′′65×1.′′14 (∼550 AU) are deduced by modeling the measured averaged velocity-integrated intensity ratios of para-H2CS 726−625/707−606 and… ApJ Oth (China)
  • 4) arXiv:2008.04317 Evidence for a jet and outflow from Sgr A*: a continuum and spectral line studyAuthors: F. Yusef-Zadeh, M. Royster, M. Wardle, W. Cotton, D. Kunneriath, I. Heywood, J. Michail Abstract: We study the environment of Sgr A* using spectral and continuum observations with the ALMA and VLA. Our analysis of sub-arcsecond H30alpha, H39alpha, H52alpha and H56alpha line emission towards Sgr A* confirm the recently published broad peak ~500 km/s~spectrum toward Sgr~A*. We also detect emission at more extreme radial velocities peaking near -2500 and 40… MNRAS, in press NA
  • 5) arXiv:2008.04179 High-frequency oscillations in small chromospheric bright features observed with ALMA Authors: Juan Camilo Guevara Gómez, Shahin Jafarzadeh, Sven Wedemeyer, Mikolaj Szydlarski, Marco Stangalini, Bernhard Fleck, Peter Keys Abstract: …of a plage/enhanced-network region. The observations, which were taken with high temporal resolution (i.e., 2-sec cadence) with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in Band 3 (centred at 3 mm; 100 GHz), exhibit three small-scale features with oscillatory behaviour with different, but overlapping, distributions of period on the order of, on… ▽ More Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A EU
  • 6) Nature paper A dynamically cold disk galaxy in the early Universe F. Rizzo, S. Vegetti, D. Powell, F. Fraternali, J. P. McKean, H. R. Stacey & S. D. M. White Nature volume 584, pages201–204(2020) Eu 16 news and blog mentions (not NRAO)
  • 7) arXiv:2008.03693 Vibrationally excited HC3N emission in NGC1068: Tracing the recent star formation in the starburst ring Authors: Fernando Rico Villas, Jesús Martín-Pintado, Eduardo González-Alfonso, Victor M. Rivilla, Sergio Martín, Santiago García-Burillo, Izaskun Jiménez-Serra, María Sánchez-García Abstract: Using ALMA data, we have studied the HC3N and continuum emission in the starburst ring (SB ring) and the circumnuclear disc (CND) of the SB/AGN composite galaxy NGC 1068. We have detected emission from vibrationally excited HC3N (HC3N*) only towards one star-forming region of the SB ring. Remarkably, HC3N* was not detected towards the CND despite… MNRAS Eu
  • 8) arXiv:2008.02827 Linking ice and gas in the Serpens low-mass star-forming region Authors: G. Perotti, W. R. M. Rocha, J. K. Jørgensen, L. E. Kristensen, H. J. Fraser, K. M. Pontoppidan Abstract: …protostar SMM4 and its envelope lie in the vicinity, and the outflow associated with SMM4 intersects the cluster. This study serves as a pathfinder for future observations with ALMA and the James Webb Space Telescope that will provide high-sensitivity gas-ice maps of molecules more complex than methanol. Such comparative maps will be essential to constrain t… A&A Eu
  • 9) arXiv:2008.01727 Protoplanetary Disk Rings as Sites for Planetesimal Formation Authors: Daniel Carrera, Jacob B. Simon, Rixin Li, Katherine A. Kretke, Hubert Klahr Abstract: …some initial concentration. Here we present the first 3D simulations of planetesimal formation in the presence of a pressure bump modeled specifically after those observed by ALMA. In particular, we place a pressure bump at the center of a large 3D shearing box, along with an initial solid-to-gas ratio of Z=0.01, and we include both particle back-reactio… ApJ; NA
  • 10) arXiv:2009.01824 [pdf] Revisiting the complex nuclear region of NGC 6240 with Chandra Authors: G. Fabbiano, A. Paggi, M. Karovska, M. Elvis, E. Nardini, Junfeng Wang Abstract: …Fe I K alpha emission is likely to originate from fluorescence of X-ray photons interacting with dense molecular clouds, providing a complementary view to recent high-resolution ALMA studies. The non-thermal emission is more prevalent in the region in between the two active X-ray nuclei, and in the N AGN. We do not find strong evidence of X-ray emission asso… The Astrophysical Journal NA
  • 11) arXiv:2009.01112 The WISSH QSOs project IX. Cold gas content and environment of luminous QSOs at Cosmic noon Authors: M. Bischetti, C. Feruglio, E. Piconcelli, F. Duras, M. Pèrez-Torres, R. Herrero, G. Venturi, S. Carniani, G. Bruni, I. Gavignaud, V. Testa, A. Bongiorno, M. Brusa, C. Circosta, G. Cresci, V. D'Odorico, R. Maiolino, A. Marconi, M. Mingozzi, C. Pappalardo, M. Perna, E. Traianou, A. Travascio, G. Vietri, L. Zappacosta , et al. Abstract: …of massive galaxies. We perform the first systematic study of cold gas properties in the most luminous QSOs, by characterising their host-galaxies and environment. We analyse ALMA, NOEMA and JVLA observations of FIR continuum, CO and [CII] emission lines in eight QSOs (LBol>3×1047 erg/s) from the WISSH sample at z~2.4-4.7. We report a 100… A&A Eu
  • 12) arXiv:2009.00674 Gas and Star Formation from HD and Dust Emission in a Strongly Lensed Galaxy Authors: Gareth C. Jones, Roberto Maiolino, Paola Caselli, Stefano Carniani Abstract: …galaxy SPT0346-52 with ALMA. While no HD(1-0) emission is detected, we are able to place an upper limit on the gas mass of MH2<6.4×1011M⊙. This is used to find a limit on the L′CO conversion factor of αCO<5.8 M⊙(K km s−1 pc2)−1. In addition, we construct the most complete spectral en… ▽ More MNRAS Eu
  • 13) arXiv:2009.00407 Synthetic observations of deuterated molecules in massive prestellar cores Authors: Joaquin Zamponi F., Andrea Giannetti, Stefano Bovino, Giovanni Sabatini, Dominik R. G. Schleicher, Bastian Körtgen, Stefan Reissl, Sebastian Wolf Abstract: …in the model. We mimicked single-dish observations considering an APEX-like beam and interferometric observations using CASA and assuming the most compact configuration for the ALMA antennas. We found that, for centrally concentrated density distributions, the column densities are underestimated by about 51% in the case of high-resolution… MNRAS Chile
  • 14) arXiv:2009.00383 ALMA Observations of HCO+ and HCN Emission in a massive star forming region N55 of the Large Magellanic Cloud Authors: A. J Nayana, N. Nails, T. Onishi, F. Kemper, K. Tokuda, S. C. Madden, O. Morata, S. Nasri, M. Galametz Abstract: …) observations of N55 south region (N55-S) in the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), obtained with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA). N55-S is a relatively less extreme star-forming region of the LMC characterized by a low radiation field. We carried out a detailed analysis of the molecular emission to investigate the relation between dense… ApJ, 13 pages, 4 figures Other (UAE)
  • 15) arXiv:2008.13665 Discovery of molecular gas fueling galaxy growth in a protocluster at z=1.7 Authors: Q. D'Amato, R. Gilli, I. Prandoni, C. Vignali, M. Massardi, M. Mignoli, O. Cucciati, T. Morishita, R. Decarli, M. Brusa, F. Calura, B. Balmaverde, M. Chiaberge, E. Liuzzo, R. Nanni, A. Peca, A. Pensabene, P. Tozzi, C. Norman Abstract: Based on ALMA Band 3 observations of the CO(2-1) line transition, we report the discovery of three new gas-rich (M_H2 ~ 1.5-4.8 x 10^10 M_sun, SFRs in the range ~5-100 M_sun/yr) galaxies in an overdense region at z=1.7, that already contains eight spectroscopically confirmed members. This leads to a total of 11 confirmed overdensity members, within a project… A&A Letter Eu
  • 16) arXiv:2008.12648 ALMA chemical survey of disk-outflow sources in Taurus (ALMA-DOT) II: Vertical stratification of CO, CS, CN, H2CO, and CH3OH in a Class I disk Authors: L. Podio, A. Garufi, C. Codella, D. Fedele, E. Bianchi, F. Bacciotti, C. Ceccarelli, C. Favre, S. Mercimek, K. Rygl, L. Testi Abstract: …evidence suggests that planet formation occurs in less than 1 Myr. This motivates the need for spatially resolved spectral observations of Class I disks, as carried out by the ALMA chemical survey of Disk-Outflow sources in Taurus (ALMA-DOT). In the context of ALMA-DOT, we observ… letter on A&A Eu * 17) arXiv:2008.11555 VLTI/PIONIER reveals the close environment of the evolved system HD101584 Authors: J. Kluska, H. Olofsson, H. Van Winckel, T. Khouri, M. Wittkowski, W. J. de Wit, E. M. L. Humphreys, M. Lindqvist, M. Maercker, S. Ramstedt, D. Tafoya, W. H. T. Vlemmings Abstract: …ejection or a dust condensation front in the outflow. Conclusion: The observed outer ring is possibly linked with the blue-shifted side of the large scale outflow seen by ALMA and is tracing its launching location to the central star. Such observations give morphological constraints on the ejection mechanism. Additional observations are needed to constrain t… ▽ More A&A. Eu
  • 18) arXiv:2008.11132 Multiple AGN activity during the BCG assembly of XDCPJ0044.0-2033 at z~1.6 Authors: A. Travascio, A. Bongiorno, P. Tozzi, R. Fassbender, F. De Gasperin, V. F. Cardone, L. Zappacosta, G. Vietri, E. Merlin, M. Bischetti, E. Piconcelli, F. Duras, F. Fiore, N. Menci, P. Mazzotta, A. Nastasi Abstract: …H- bands spectroscopic data have been analyzed, together with deep archival HST photometric data in F105W, F140W, and F160W bands, Chandra X-ray, radio JVLA data at 1-2 GHz, and ALMA band-6 observations. In the central region of the cluster (~70x70 kpc^2), 2 systems of interacting galaxies have been identified and studied (Complex A and B), with a total of 7… ▽ More MNRAS in 2020 August 14 Eu
  • 19) arXiv:2008.10613 Chandra reveals a luminous Compton-thick QSO powering a Lyα blob in a z=4 starbursting protocluster Authors: Fabio Vito, William Nielsen Brandt, Bret Darby Lehmer, Cristian Vignali, Fan Zou, Franz Erik Bauer, Malcolm Bremer, Roberto Gilli, Rob J. Ivison, Cristiana Spingola Abstract: …obscured X-ray emission from the two most gas-rich members of the DRC, named DRC-1 and DRC-2. Both of them are resolved into multiple interacting clumps in high-resolution ALMA and HST observations. In particular, DRC-2 is found to host a luminous (L2−10keV≈3×1045ergs−1) Compton-thick (… ▽ More A&A Eu
  • 20) arXiv:2008.09995 Knocking on giants' doors: I. The evolution of the dust-to-stellar mass ratio in distant dusty galaxies Authors: D. Donevski, A. Lapi, K. Małek, D. Liu, C. Gómez-Guijarro, R. Davé, K. Kraljic, L. Pantoni, A. Man, S. Fujimoto, A. Feltre, W. Pearson, Q. Li, D. Narayanan Abstract: …), dusty star-forming galaxies detected with ALMA up to z≈5. We find that Mdust/M⋆ evolves with redshift, stellar mass, specific SFR and integrated dust size, differently for main sequence and starburst galaxies. In both galaxy populations Mdust/M⋆ rises until z∼2 followed by a roughly flat trend towar… ▽ More A&A, Eu
  • 21) arXiv:2008.09995 Knocking on giants' doors: I. The evolution of the dust-to-stellar mass ratio in distant dusty galaxies Authors: D. Donevski, A. Lapi, K. Małek, D. Liu, C. Gómez-Guijarro, R. Davé, K. Kraljic, L. Pantoni, A. Man, S. Fujimoto, A. Feltre, W. Pearson, Q. Li, D. Narayanan Abstract: …), dusty star-forming galaxies detected with ALMA up to z≈5. We find that Mdust/M⋆ evolves with redshift, stellar mass, specific SFR and integrated dust size, differently for main sequence and starburst galaxies. In both galaxy populations Mdust/M⋆ rises until z∼2 followed by a roughly flat trend towar… ▽ More A&A, Eu
  • 22) arXiv:2008.09826 The observational impact of dust trapping in self-gravitating discs Authors: James Cadman, Cassandra Hall, Ken Rice, Tim J. Harries, Pamela D. Klaassen Abstract: …3D semi-analytic model of self-gravitating discs, and include a prescription for dust trapping in the disc spiral arms. Using Monte-Carlo radiative transfer we produce synthetic ALMA observations of these discs. In doing so we demonstrate that our model is capable of producing observational predictions, and able to model real image data of potentially self-g… ▽ More MNRAS Eu
  • 23) arXiv:2008.09157 The family of amide molecules toward NGC 6334I Authors: Niels F. W. Ligterink, Samer J. El-Abd, Crystal L. Brogan, Todd R. Hunter, Anthony J. Remijan, Robin T. Garrod, Brett M. McGuire Abstract: …role in the formation of biomolecules on a young planetary object. However, the formation and chemical network of amide molecules in space is not well understood. In this work, ALMA observations are used to study a number of amide(-like) molecules toward the high-mass star-forming region NGC 6334I. The first detections of cyanamide (NH2CN), acetamide (C… ▽ More The Astrophysical Journal Eu
  • 24) arXiv:2008.08627 Inferring (Sub)millimeter Dust Opacities and Temperature Structure in Edge-on Protostellar Disks From Resolved Multi-Wavelength Continuum Observations: The Case of the HH 212 Disk Authors: Zhe-Yu Daniel Lin, Chin-Fei Lee, Zhi-Yun Li, John Tobin, Neal Turner Abstract: …from direct imaging. We applied the 1D semi-analytical model to the embedded, Class 0, HH 212 disk, which has high-resolution data in ALMA Band 9, 7, 6, and 3 and VLA Ka band (λ=0.43, 0.85, 1.3, 2.9, and 9.1 mm). The modeling of the HH 212 disk is extended to 2D through RADMC-3D radiative transfer calculations. We find a dust opacity of κν≈… ▽ More MNRAS NA
  • 25) arXiv:2008.08527 The GRAVITY young stellar object survey III. The dusty disk of RY Lup Authors: GRAVITY Collaboration, Y. -I. Bouarour, K. Perraut, F. Ménard, W. Brandner, A. Caratti o Garatti, P. Caselli, E. van Dishoeck, C. Dougados, R. Garcia-Lopez, R. Grellmann, T. Henning, L. Klarmann, L. Labadie, A. Natta, J. Sanchez-Bermudez, W. -F. Thi, P. T. de Zeeuw, A. Amorim, M. Bauböck, M. Benisty, J. -P. Berger, Y. Clenet, V. Coudé du Foresto, G. Duvert , et al. (33 additional authors not shown) Abstract: …corresponds to an inclination of the inner disk of 50deg, which is in mild tension with previous determinations of a more inclined outer disk from SPHERE (70 deg in NIR) and ALMA(67 ±5 deg) images, but consistent with the inclination determination from the ALMA CO spectra (55±5deg). Increasing the inclination o… ▽ More A&A; eu
  • 26) arXiv:2008.08518 GOODS-ALMA: Optically dark ALMA galaxies shed light on a cluster in formation at z = 3.5 Authors: L. Zhou, D. Elbaz, M. Franco, B. Magnelli, C. Schreiber, T. Wang, L. Ciesla, E. Daddi, M. Dickinson, N. Nagar, G. Magdis, D. M. Alexander, M. Béthermin, R. Demarco, J. Mullaney, F. Bournaud, H. Ferguson, S. L. Finkelstein, M. Giavalisco, H. Inami, D. Iono, S. Juneau, G. Lagache, H. Messias, K. Motohara , et al. (8 additional authors not shown) Abstract: In this paper we study the properties of the six optically dark galaxies detected in the 69 arcmin^2 GOODS-ALMA 1.1mm continuum survey. While none of them are listed in the deepest H-band based CANDELS catalog in the GOODS-South field down to H=28.16AB, we were able to de-blend two of them from their bright neighbor and measure an H-band flux for them. We… ▽ More A&A Other (China)
  • 27) arXiv:2008.08395 All good things come in threes: the third image of the lensed quasar PKS1830-211 Authors: S. Muller, S. Jaswanth, C. Horellou, I. Marti-Vidal Abstract: …of foreground objects and on the geometry and properties of the Universe. We report the detection of a third continuum source toward the strongly lensed quasar PKS1830-211 in ALMA multi-frequency observations of high dynamic range and high angular resolution. This third source is point-like and located slightly to the north of the diagonal joining the two ma… ▽ More A&A Letter Eu
  • 28) arXiv:2008.08394 A detailed view on the circumstellar environment of the M-type AGB star EP Aquarii I. High-resolution ALMA and SPHERE observations Authors: Ward Homan, Emily Cannon, Miguel Montargès, Anita M. S. Richards, Tom J. Millar, Leen Decin Abstract: …resolution observations of these outflows have shown them to possess high degrees of morphological complexity. We observed the asymptotic giant branch (AGB) star EP Aquarii with ALMA in band 6 and VLT/SPHERE/ZIMPOL in four filters the visible. Both instruments had an angular resolution of 0.025''. These are follow-up observations to the lower-resolut… ▽ More Eu
  • 29) arXiv:2008.08106 Temperature structures of embedded disks: young disks in Taurus are warm Authors: Merel L. R. van 't Hoff, Daniel Harsono, John J. Tobin, Arthur D. Bosman, Ewine F. van Dishoeck, Jes K. Jørgensen, Anna Miotello, Nadia M. Murillo, Catherine Walsh Abstract: The chemical composition of gas and ice in disks around young stars set the bulk composition of planets. In contrast to protoplanetary disks (Class II), young disks that are still embedded in their natal envelope (Class 0 and I) are predicted to be too warm for CO to freeze out, as has been confirmed observationally for L1527 IRS. To establish whether young disks are generally warmer than their more evolved counterparts, we observed ve young (Class 0/I and Class I) disks in Taurus with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), targeting C17O 2􀀀1, H2CO 31;2􀀀21;1, HDO 31;2􀀀22;1 and CH3OH 5K pm 4K transitions at 0:4800  0:3100 resolution. The different freeze-out temperatures of these species allow us to derive a global temperature structure. C17O and H2CO are detected in all disks, with no signs of CO freeze-out in the inner 100 au, and a CO abundance close to 10-4. H2CO emission originates in the surface layers of the two edge-on disks, as witnessed by the especially beautiful V-shaped emission pattern in IRAS 04302+2247. HDO and CH3OH are not detected, with column density upper limits more than 100 times lower than for hot cores. Young disks are thus found to be warmer than more evolved protoplanetary disks around solar analogues, with no CO freeze-out (or only in the outermost part of &100 au disks) or CO processing. However, they are not as warm as hot cores or disks around outbursting sources, and therefore do not have a large gas-phase reservoir of complex molecules. ApJ. NA, Eu
  • 30) arXiv:2008.08101 ALMA 0.02"-resolution observations reveal HCN-abundance-enhanced counter-rotating and outflowing dense molecular gas at the NGC 1068 nucleus Authors: Masatoshi Imanishi, Dieu D. Nguyen, Keiichi Wada, Yoshiaki Hagiwara, Satoru Iguchi, Takuma Izumi, Nozomu Kawakatu, Kouichiro Nakanishi, Kyoko Onishi Abstract: We present ALMA ~0.02"-resolution observations of the nucleus of the nearby (~14 Mpc) type-2 AGN NGC 1068 at HCN/HCO+/HNC J=3-2 lines, as well as at their 13C isotopologue and vibrationally excited lines, to scrutinize the morphological/dynamical/chemical/physical properties of dense molecular gas in the putative dusty molecular torus around a mass-accre… ▽ More ApJ EA
  • 31) arXiv:2008.08087 An Intensity Mapping Detection of Aggregate CO Line Emission at 3 mm Authors: Garrett K. Keating, Daniel P. Marrone, Geoffrey C. Bower, Ryan P. Keenan Abstract: …using the technique of line intensity mapping. We make use of a pair of 3 mm interferometric data sets, the first from the ALMA Spectroscopic Survey in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field (ASPECS), and the second from a series of Atacama Compact Array (ACA) observations conducted between 2016 and 2018, targeting the COSMOS field. At 100 GHz, we measure non-zero pow… ▽ More ApJ NA
  • 32) arXiv:2008.06518 Observations of edge-on protoplanetary disks with ALMA I. Results from continuum dataAuthors: M. Villenave, F. Menard, W. R. F. Dent, G. Duchene, K. R. Stapelfeldt, M. Benisty, Y. Boehler, G. van der Plas, C. Pinte, Z. Telkamp, S. Wolff, C. Flores, G. Lesur, F. Louvet, A. Riols, C. Dougados, H. Williams, D. Padgett Abstract: We analyze a sample of 12 HST-selected edge-on protoplanetary disks for which the vertical extent of the emission layers can be constrained directly. We present ALMA high angular resolution continuum images (0.1arcsec) of these disks at two wavelengths, 0.89mm and 2.06mm (respectively ALMA bands 7 and 4), supplemented… ▽ More Astronomy and Astrophysics Eu


No ALMA data but of interest:
  • A) arXiv:2008.04014 Searching for wide-orbit gravitational instability protoplanets with ALMA in the dust continuum Authors: J. Humphries, C. Hall, T. J. Haworth, S. Nayakshin Abstract: …via accretion shocks. However, it is possible that their dust emission can be detected with ALMA, even around Class I and II protoplanetary discs. In this paper we produce synthetic observations of these protoplanets. We find that making a detection in a disc at 140 parsecs would require a few hundred minutes of ALMA… MNRAS Eu
  • B) arXiv:2008.05324 Characterisation of shock wave signatures at millimetre wavelengths from Bifrost simulations Authors: Henrik Eklund, Sven Wedemeyer, Ben Snow, David B. Jess, Shahin Jafarzadeh, Samuel D. T. Grant, Mats Carlsson, Mikolaj Szydlarski wave propagation is presented. The brightness temperatures show a strong shock wave signature with large variation in formation height between ∼0.7 to 1.4 Mm. The results demonstrate that millimetre brightness temperatures efficiently track upwardly propagating shock wave Philosophical Transactions A of the Royal Society Eu
  • C) arXiv:2008.12129 The role of AGN activity in the building up of the BCG at z~1.6 Authors: Angela Bongiorno, Andrea Travascio Abstract: …galaxy members in the very central region (~70kpc x 70kpc) of the cluster, derived through deep HST photometry, SINFONI and KMOS IFU spectroscopy, together with Chandra X-ray, ALMA and JVLA radio data. In the core of the cluster, we have identified two groups of galaxies (Complex A and Complex B), seven of them confirmed to be cluster members, with signature… Proceeding for the IAUS 356: Nuclear Activity in Galaxies Across Cosmic Time. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:2008.11132 Eu
  • D) arXiv:2008.12129 The role of AGN activity in the building up of the BCG at z~1.6 Authors: Angela Bongiorno, Andrea Travascio Abstract: …galaxy members in the very central region (~70kpc x 70kpc) of the cluster, derived through deep HST photometry, SINFONI and KMOS IFU spectroscopy, together with Chandra X-ray, ALMA and JVLA radio data. In the core of the cluster, we have identified two groups of galaxies (Complex A and Complex B), seven of them confirmed to be cluster members, with signature… ▽ More Proceeding for the IAUS 356: Nuclear Activity in Galaxies Across Cosmic Time. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:2008.11132 Eu

arXiv:2009.00547 Jets from Young Stars Authors: T. P. Ray, J. Ferreira Abstract: …true within the so-called terrestrial planet forming zone. Here we review observations of jets from young stars which have greatly benefitted from new facilities such as ALMA, space observatories like Spitzer, Herschel and HST, and radio facilities like LOFAR and the VLA. Interferometers such as CHARA and GRAVITY are starting to make inroads into resolving h… ▽ More To appear in the New Astronomy Reviews special volume "100 Years of Jets" eds. Rob Fender and Ralph Wijers Eu* (No new ALMA data)

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