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Science with the Submillimeter Array: Present and Future
November 4(Mon)-5(Tue), 2019
ASIAA, Taipei, Taiwan

Poster Presentation

Interplay between Magnetic Fields and Stellar Feedback in the Sequential Massive Star Forming Complex G9.62+0.19

Author(s): Sheng-Yuan Liu (ASIAA) Tie Liu (KASI/EAO) Qizhou Zhang (CfA) Shih-Ping Lai (NTHU) Kee-Tae Kim (KASI)

Presenter: Sheng-Yuan Liu (ASIAA)

Filamentary structures exist in most massive molecular clouds and are threaded with magnetic fields (B-fields). The prevailing B-fields are dynamically important in regulating the gas flow and accretion and consequently the formation of dense cores and stars within. Meanwhile, stellar feedback from massive stars can also exert strongly influences to their surrounding medium and regulate the subsequent star formation. How do the B-field respond to stellar feedback and gauge the star formation? We present SMA polarimetric observations of the G9.62+0.19 clump/filament, an ideal target to study the interplay between
B-field and stellar feedback in a sequential high-mass star formation. The result bridges the JCMT SCUBA POL2 and ALMA observations.

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