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What is Herbig Haro?

Observing the beautiful starry sky, people begin to think about life in a beautiful way. Many of us have been interested in space since childhood, but over time, that love remains in oblivion. Yet, after many years, they return to the study of space. When we look at the starry sky many of us know that there are very unusual objects in this endless space. These objects began to be studied in detail only in the middle of the last century. Clouds (hot gas) are young (proto) stars, which arose from the surrounding gas. Herbig Haro are usually found in star formation areas. In other words, where stars are born.

Gas propagation speed

When a gas ejected by a star hits a cloud of dust – a Herbig Haro object is created. Moving from the star through space, this cloud of hot gas is rapidly changing. It darkens over time, and if it collides with matter during space travel, it becomes a very bright object. Object features nodal structures with a temperature of 10,000 Kelvin. Following the positions of these objects, it was concluded that the space in which we can see this object is usually within half of the parent star’s lens. However, several of them were found to be at a distance of just one parsec. It is estimated that there are approximately 150,000 Herbig Haro objects within the Milky Way. Interestingly, in 80% of cases, stars with Herbig-Haro are dual or multiple star systems. These facilities do not have a long life span, and only last for several thousand years.

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