from Ann Arbor, MI
John Gerdtz, Joel Bregman
Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
Highly collimated flows of plasma (jets), with speeds comparable to that of light, are a ubiquitous feature of our Universe. They are found in old stellar systems (the Galactic microquasars and gamma-ray bursts) and in active galaxies - wherever infalling matter formsa disk of material within which ...
American Inst. of Physics