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The spiral star jets were revealed in a spectacular image from the Jamna Telescope

In stunning new images from the South Gemini Telescope in Chile, young stars launch jets of powerful stars that may have been slightly curved by massive gravity.

Sine jets propagated in space are the star by-products of star formation. The National Science Foundation (NOIRLab)'s National Optical-Infrared Research Laboratory reports in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics that this is a twist due to the gravitational pull of the accompanying stars.

As the young stars rotate, their magnetic fields interact with the surrounding gases, creating two streams of ionized gas that propagate in opposite directions, as can be seen in recent photographs taken by the South Jamna Telescope in one of the mountains of the Andes Mount Chile. The Gemini South Telescope is an 8.1-meter optical/infrared Telescope that uses an adaptive optics system to allow astronomers to deal with the effects of space blur. Record clear, twisting star jets like these.

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MHO 1502 star jet
Credit: International Gemini Observatory/NOIRLab/NSF/AURA

The first image of MHO 2147 is a star jet at a distance of 10 A thousand light-years from Earth, on the Milky Way galactic plane, near the boundary between the constellations Sagittarius and Eve (according to the National Science Foundation). "The region stretches from the sky of the MHO 2147 jet over a stellar background, forming a spiral appearance suitable for a mass near Marafsa." Photographed 2,000 light-years from Earth in the constellation Vela. The jet has a nodular star appearance, indicating that it is a by-product of two stars that emit gas intermittently.

Be wandering or tied up. The shape of the rugged jets is thought to be related to a feature associated with the objects that created them. " 1083040 "class =" wp-caption-text "> MHO 2147 star and Sine Jet
Credit: International Gemini Observatory/NOIRLab/NSF/AURA

MHO 2147 is surrounded by an infrared dark cloud It is a cold, dense area of gas that does not emit much infrared light. This jet is produced by a young star named IRAS 17527-2439 and changes direction over time, causing the output currents to twist and rotate in space on either side of the star.

  • image of the spiral galaxy NGC 3310

Recent observations suggest that IRAS 17527-2439 may belong to a system of three stars more than 300 billion kilometers apart. They have distanced themselves. Thus the change in direction may be due to gravitational interactions between IRAS 17527-2439 and adjacent stars.

Unlike MHO 1502, the tortuous appearance of MHO 2147 is formed by the continuous propagation of its central star. However, the MHO is embedded in a very different environment. An area of star formation known as the HII region may help explain its knotty appearance.


Source: Space

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