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An early disk in formation from collapsing magnetic flows
Image Credit: Väisälä, Shang, Krasnopolsky et al.
An early disk in formation from collapsing magnetic flows
The panel of two figures illustrate the synthetic gas column density and linear polarization component q along the line of sight, inclined 15 degrees from the midplane, for a very early disk forming from collapsing magnetic flow with the Perspective code developed by the CHARMS project. The early disk in the model shows a spiral-like shape, presumably created by the magnetic field aligned along the rotational plane of the original cloud, that is streaming into the central source. (Perspective code; CHARMS Project; Väisälä, Shang et al., 2018, in preparation)
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