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Constraints from zoom-in simulations on the protostellar accretion process

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  13 January 2020

Michael Kuffmeier
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Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics (ITA), Zentrum für Astronomie (ZAH), University of Heidelberg, Albert-Ueberle-Straße 2, DE-69120, Heidelberg, Germany email: ru151@uni-heidelberg.de
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Abstract

Stars are embedded in different environments of Giant Molecular Clouds during their formation phase. Despite this fact, it is common practice to assume an isolated spherical core as the initial condition for models of individual star formation. To avoid the uncertainties of initial and boundary conditions, we use an alternative approach of zoom-in simulations to account for the environment in which protostars form. Our models show that injections of 26Al from a close-by supernova into the young solar system were highly unlikely. Moreover, we find that the accretion process of protostars is heterogeneous and environment-dependent.

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International Postdoctoral Fellow of Independent Research Fund Denmark (IRDF)

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