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Protostars Protostars
Description: Technical paper about protostars and X-ray sources that reveal them.

Record Last Updated: 21-Mar-2001 | Clicks: 1690

 

Protostars Detected in the Trifid Nebula Protostars Detected in the Trifid Nebula
Description: A number of protostars have been discovered in the Trifid Nebula by means of observations in the radio, visible and infrared (using the ISO satellite).

Record Last Updated: 21-Mar-2001 | Clicks: 1428

 

ROSAT Detection of Protostars ROSAT Detection of Protostars
Description: Low-mass pre-main sequence stars are born in collapsing clouds. This page shows x-ray images taken by the ROSAT satellite of protostars in the making.

Record Last Updated: 21-Mar-2001 | Clicks: 1300

 

Star Formation Star Formation
Description: Discussion of stellar nurseries and an introduction to starbirth. There is a movie which summarizes how a star might form through the collapse of a Giant Molecular Cloud. The movie also shows how planets might form around the nascent star. Information on starbirth, protostars, stellar winds and more. (Quicktime format)

Record Last Updated: 21-Mar-2001 | Clicks: 1809

 

Star Formation Group at the University of Texas at Austin Star Formation Group at the University of Texas at Austin
Description: Website of a group of researchers at the U. of Texas. The goal of star formation research is to understand how stars and planetary systems form. We now know that stars form in giant clouds of molecules and dust grains by gravitational collapse, but the details of this process are far from clear. See information on current projects and papers.

Record Last Updated: 21-Mar-2001 | Clicks: 1335

 

Star Formation Pillars in M16 Star Formation Pillars in M16
Description: An image, taken by the Hubble Space Telescope, that shows gaseous pillars in a star-formation region of the Eagle Nebula (also known as M16, or Messier 16). Within the pillars are denser regions dubbed "Evaporating Gaseous Globules" (EGGs) containing embryonic stars.

Record Last Updated: 21-Mar-2001 | Clicks: 1318

 

Star is Born Star is Born
Description: How stars are formed, dark clouds as stellar nurseries, protostellar formation, T Tauri stars, and the main sequence.

Record Last Updated: 21-Mar-2001 | Clicks: 1627

 

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