DR21 south filament and dusty plasma powering young stellar objects

Dusty Plasma Cosmology: Filaments powering stars

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DR21 south filament (DR21SF) is a unique component of the giant network of filamentary molecular clouds in the north region of Cygnus X complex. Unlike the highly fragmented and star-forming active environment it resides, DR21SF exhibits a coherent profile in the column density map with very few star formation signposts, even though the previously reported linear density of the filament is an order of magnitude higher than the thermal stable threshold.

Star-forming sites are identified along the filament where gas temperature excesses. We find clear gradients in radial velocity and intrinsic line-width along the spine of the filament. The gradients can be well interpreted with a scenario of an accretion flow feeding DR 21 at a mass transfer rate of …
DR 21 South Filament: a Parsec-sized Dense Gas Accretion Flow onto the DR 21 Massive Young Cluster

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DR21 south filament and dusty plasma powering young stellar objects

At a distance of some 4,600 light years away, Cygnus X is one of the closest giant molecular cloud complexes and a region of ongoing high-mass star formation. Its most massive and star-forming active filament is known as the DR 21 ridge and observations show that it consists of two filamentary structures.

Several low and intermediate mass young stellar objects (YSOs) were identified in the filament, with one candidate star forming core in its extremely early evolutionary stage.

According to the study, the filament has an average temperature at a level of 10-15 K, typical of cold molecular clouds, but the sites of low-/intermediate-mass YSOs show temperature excess.

The research also detected a radial velocity gradient of about 0.8 km/s/pc, along the spine of DR21SF. They scientists interpret this gradient as an accelerating gas flow in DR21SF towards DR 21, with a mass transfer rate of approximately 0.0011 solar masses per year.

Taking into account all the results, the authors of the paper concluded that DR 21, the source of the most energetic outflow in the Milky Way, may have a major mass supply from a parsec-scale accretion flow. “Since there is no detected gas flow towards DR 21 along the DR21 ridge, the gas in-fall along the DR21SF is possibly the most important, if not only, accretion flow that is feeding DR 21 massive star forming region,” the researchers explain.
Study explores a unique filament of the Cygnus X complex | Phys.org

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