Observation of Magnetic Field Structure Around Newly Formed Stars
The Serpens Object (RA=18:27:24, Dec=1°12′40″) is an optical bipolar reflection nebula situated in a molecular cloud in Serpens which is undergoing an active phase of low-mass star formation . The optical nebulosity results from light escaping into the surrounding dusty medium through cavities produced by a bipolar outflow from the illuminating star SVS2 [1,2]. SVS2 appears to be a very young object  and is still surrounded by recognisable remnants of the protostellar condensation from which it has formed.
KeywordsMolecular Cloud Spiral Structure Circular Pattern Toroidal Magnetic Field Magnetic Field Structure
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