superwind

superwind

[′sü·pər‚wind]
(astronomy)
An energetic outflow of hot material along the minor axis of some starburst galaxies, detected in x-rays and the emission lines of hydrogen.
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However, the southern and northern superwind plumes, normally so prominent as a bipolar outflow in Ha images, weren't visible other than as slight diffuse glows above and below the equatorial plane of the galaxy.
The research was published in the March issue of the journal Nature Astronomy under the title "The large-scale nebular pattern of a superwind binary in an eccentric orbit.
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1 have provided the evidence of quasar ignition with an enormous amount of gas to be driven outward at high speed or a galactic superwind [19].
The cause of this superwind has remained a mystery.
He added, "The dust and sand in the superwind will survive the star, and later become part of the clouds in space from which new stars form.
Superwind surface/center assist winder with reverse winding capability winds up to 5.
The superwind is the outflow extending north and south from the center of M82 and forming the lacy red wings seen in the image to the left.
In starburst galaxies, a superwind from these massive stars can clear a passageway through the gas in the galaxy, allowing the radiation to escape, the researchers said.
After studying the spectra of light from several more galaxies, they have concluded that each has a superwind containing an abundance of metals.
Addex's new SuperWind stacked winder, for example, makes up to 58-in, rolls, said to be a record for a stacked winder.