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bipolar outflow

OH masers associated with bipolar outflow in ON1

G25.5+0.2: a possible symbiotic bipolar outflow

Role of thermal conduction in an advective accretion with bipolar outflows

Two new young stellar objects with bipolar outflows in L379

The circumstellar disc, envelope and bipolar outflow of the massive young stellar object W33A

The mid- and near-infrared structures of seven young stellar bipolar outflows

A Bipolar Outflow of the M-Type Giant IRC −10414 Traced by HO Maser Emission

A Pole-on Bipolar Outflow from the AGB Star WX Piscium

Radiatively and thermally driven self-consistent bipolar outflows from accretion discs around compact objects

Hu 1-2: a metal-poor bipolar planetary nebula with fast collimated outflows

Bipolar outflow sources in the Serpens core: SVS 2 and SVS 20

Proper motions of water vapour masers and bipolar outflow from NML Cygni

The kinematics of NGC 4361, a Population II planetary nebula with a bipolar outflow

Multi-epoch subarcsecond [Fe ii] spectroimaging of the DG Tau outflows with NIFS – II. On the nature of the bipolar outflow asymmetry

A fast bipolar H2 outflow from IRAS 16342−3814: an old star reliving its youth

Three-dimensional modelling of the collimated bipolar outflows of compact planetary nebulae with Wolf–Rayet-type central stars

A very young, compact bipolar H2O maser outflow in the intermediate-mass star-forming LkHα 234 region

The excitation and kinematical properties of H2 and [Fe ii ] in the HH 46/47 bipolar outflow

 

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The flow of material in two opposing directions away from a central source, usually a star. Most young stars go through a violent phase of ejecting material. In some, jets are seen moving away from the star at speeds of many hundreds of kilometres per second. The ejected material sweeps up the surrounding molecular gas into two moving lobes of gas, forming a bipolar molecular outflow. Old stars that have evolved off the main sequence also eject material, and this may produce a bipolar outflow which we observe as a bipolar planetary nebula.

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