Herbig-Haro Flows and the Birth of Low Mass Stars

Proceedings of the 182nd Symposium of the International Astronomical Union, Held in Chamonix, France, 20–26 January 1997

  • Bo Reipurth
  • Claude Bertout
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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Herbig-Haro Objects, H2 Flows and Radio Jets

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Bo Reipurth, Steve Heathcote
      Pages 3-18
    3. Malcolm Fridlund, Monica Huldtgren, Rene Liseau
      Pages 19-28
    4. John Bally, David Devine
      Pages 29-38
    5. Karl-Heinz Böhm, Anthony P. Goodson
      Pages 47-62
    6. Luis F. Rodriguez
      Pages 83-92
    7. Jochen Eislöffel
      Pages 93-102
    8. R. Liseau, T. Giannini, B. Nisini, P. Saraceno, L. Spinoglio, B. Larsson et al.
      Pages 111-120
  3. The Physics and Chemistry of Molecular Outflows

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 121-121
    2. Rachael Padman, Stephen Bence, John Richer
      Pages 123-140
    3. J. Cernicharo, R. Neri, Bo Reipurth
      Pages 141-152
    4. R. Bachiller, M. Pérez Gutiérrez
      Pages 153-162
    5. Sylvie Cabrit, Alex Raga, Frederic Gueth
      Pages 163-180
    6. David Hollenbach
      Pages 181-198
    7. G. Pineau des Forêts, D. R. Flower, J.-P. Chièze
      Pages 199-212
  4. Theoretical Models

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 223-223
    2. Frank H. Shu, Hsien Shang
      Pages 225-239
    3. Ralph E. Pudritz, Rachid Ouyed
      Pages 259-274
    4. Adam Frank, Garrelt Mellema
      Pages 291-302
    5. Michael D. Smith, Roland Völker, Gerhard Suttner, Harold W. Yorke
      Pages 303-312
    6. F. Rubini, S. Lorusso, C. Giovanardi, F. Leeuwin
      Pages 313-322
    7. S. Massaglia, M. Micono, A. Ferrari, G. Bodo, P. Rossi
      Pages 335-342
    8. Francis P. Wilkin, Jorge Cantó, Alex C. Raga
      Pages 343-352
  5. Disks, Winds, and Magnetic Fields

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 353-353
    2. Karl Stapelfeldt, Christopher J. Burrows, John E. Krist, The WFPC2 Science Team
      Pages 355-364
    3. S. Guilloteau, A. Dutrey, F. Gueth
      Pages 365-380
    4. Yoshimi Kitamura, Masao Saito, Ryohei Kawabe, Kazuyoshi Sunada
      Pages 381-390
    5. Lee Hartmann
      Pages 391-405
    6. Nuria Calvet
      Pages 417-432
    7. Steven C. Martin
      Pages 455-463
    8. Eike W. Guenther
      Pages 465-474
    9. T. P. Ray, T. W. B. Muxlow, D. J. Axon, A. Brown, D. Corcoran, J. E. Dyson et al.
      Pages 475-480
  6. Low- and High-Mass Protostars and their Environment

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 481-481
    2. Philippe André
      Pages 483-494
    3. G. A. Fuller, E. F. Ladd
      Pages 495-506
    4. Mark J. Claussen, Kevin B. Marvel, H. Alwyn Wootten, Bruce A. Wilking
      Pages 515-524

About these proceedings


Herbig-Haro objects were discovered 50 years ago, and during this half century they have developed from being mysterious small nebulae to be­ coming an important phenomenon in star formation. Indeed, HH flows are now recognized not only as fascinating astrophysical laboratories involving shock physics and chemistry, hydrodynamics and radiation processes, but it has gradually been realized that HH flows hold essential clues to the birth and early evolution of low mass stars. IAU Symposium No. 182 on Herbig-Haro Flows and the Birth of Low Mass Stars were held from January 20 to 24, 1997 in Chamonix in the french alps. A total of 178 researchers from 26 countries met to discuss our present level of understanding of Herbig-Haro flows and their relation to disk accretion events and T Tauri winds and other outflow phenomena like molecular outflows, embedded molecular hydrogen flows and radio jets. The present book contains the manuscripts from the oral contributions of the symposium. The poster papers were printed in a separate volume Low Mass Star Formation - from Infall to Outflow, edited by Fabien Malbet and Alain Castets, which was distributed at the beginning of the meeting. Together these two books document the vigorous state and the scientific appeal which research into Herbig-Haro flows and related issues in star formation enjoys today, observationally as well as theoretically.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Bo Reipurth
    • 1
  • Claude Bertout
    • 2
  1. 1.Observatoire de GrenobleFrance
  2. 2.Institut d’Astrophysique de ParisFrance

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  • Copyright Information International Astronomical Union 1997
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-0-7923-4661-6
  • Online ISBN 978-94-011-5608-0
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