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Thermal Radio Jets

  • Luis F. Rodriguez (a1)

Abstract

Since thermal radio jets can be observed with subarsecond angular resolution and are unaffected by dust absorption, they provide a useful tool to study collimated outflows very close to the young stars that produce them. Here, I review recent results on this area, giving emphasis to the study of thermal jets in the case of the quadrupolar outflows in L723 and HH 111.

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Thermal Radio Jets

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