Understanding Protostellar Jet Feedback on Disc and Cloud Scales
Protostellar jets are a vital part of the star formation process. They are responsible for the removal of excess angular momentum critical to the growth of protostars, while feeding that angular momentum back into molecular clouds to regulate the formation of stellar cores and gravitational collapse. To better understand the origin and impact of protostellar jets, this thesis investigates the launching of protostellar disc winds and the driving of non-isothermal turbulence in the interstellar...[Show more]
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