Accretion Disc Winds

  • James MatthewsEmail author
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Observational evidence for mass-loaded outflows or winds is widespread across the entire astrophysical mass range and most of the electromagnetic spectrum.


Accretion Disk Wind Outflow BAL QSOs Launch Radius Line-driven Wind 
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