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2004BaltA..13..357B - Baltic Astronomy, 13, 357-364 (2004/August-0)

Dynamical and radiation processes in star and planet formation.


Abstract (from CDS):

Most stars are born in dense environments where radiation fields and dynamical interactions with sibling stars may profoundly influence the ultimate outcome of star formation. I review how radiation fields photo-evaporate cloud cores and circumstellar disks. I also comment on the role of gravitational interactions with sibling stars. These processes may be fundamental for determining the initial mass function of stars and pose hazards to planet formation.

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Journal keyword(s): ISM: prestellar clouds - stars: formation, circumstellar disks, jets

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