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The JCMT BISTRO Survey: magnetic fields associated with a network of filaments in NGC 1333

Doi, Yasuo, Hasegawa, Tetsuo, Furuya, Ray S., Coudé, Simon, Hull, Charles L. H., Arzoumanian, Doris, Bastien, Pierre, Chen, Michael Chun-Yuan, Di Francesco, James, Friesen, Rachel, Houde, Martin, Inutsuka, Shu-ichiro, Mairs, Steve, Matsumura, Masafumi, Onaka, Takashi, Sadavoy, Sarah, Shimajiri, Yoshito, Tahani, Mehrnoosh, Tomisaka, Kohji, Eswaraiah, Chakali, Koch, Patrick M., Pattle, Kate, Won Lee, Chang, Tamura, Motohide, Berry, David, Ching, Tao-Chung, Hwang, Jihye, Kwon, Woojin, Soam, Archana, Wang, Jia-Wei, Lai, Shih-Ping, Qiu, Keping, Ward-Thompson, Derek, Byun, Do-Young, Chen, Huei-Ru Vivien, Chen, Wen Ping, Chen, Zhiwei, Cho, Jungyeon, Choi, Minho, Choi, Yunhee, Chrysostomou, Antonio, Chung, Eun Jung, Diep, Pham Ngoc, Duan, Hao-Yuan, Fanciullo, Lapo, Fiege, Jason, Franzmann, Erica, Friberg, Per, Fuller, Gary, Gledhill, Tim, Graves, Sarah F., Greaves, Jane S., Griffin, Matt J., Gu, Qilao, Han, Ilseung, Hatchell, Jennifer, Hayashi, Saeko S., Hoang, Thiem, Inoue, Tsuyoshi, Iwasaki, Kazunari, Jeong, Il-Gyo, Johnstone, Doug, Kanamori, Yoshihiro, Kang, Ji-hyun, Kang, Miju, Kang, Sung-ju, Kataoka, Akimasa, Kawabata, Koji S., Kemper, Francisca, Kim, Gwanjeong, Kim, Jongsoo, Kim, Kee-Tae, Kim, Kyoung Hee, Kim, Mi-Ryang, Kim, Shinyoung, Kirk, Jason M., Kobayashi, Masato I. N., Konyves, Vera, Kusune, Takayoshi, Kwon, Jungmi, Lacaille, Kevin, Law, Chi-Yan, Lee, Chin-Fei, Lee, Hyeseung, Lee, Jeong-Eun, Lee, Sang-Sung, Lee, Yong-Hee, Li, Dalei, Li, Di, Li, Hua-bai, Liu, Hong-Li, Liu, Junhao, Liu, Sheng-Yuan, Liu, Tie, de Looze, Ilse, Lyo, A-Ran, Matthews, Brenda C., Moriarty-Schieven, Gerald H., Nagata, Tetsuya, Nakamura, Fumitaka, Nakanishi, Hiroyuki, Ohashi, Nagayoshi, Park, Geumsook, Parsons, Harriet, Peretto, Nicolas, Pyo, Tae-Soo, Qian, Lei, Rao, Ramprasad, Rawlings, Mark G., Retter, Brendan, Richer, John, Rigby, Andrew, Saito, Hiro, Savini, Giorgio, Scaife, Anna M. M., Seta, Masumichi, Shinnaga, Hiroko, Tang, Ya-Wen, Tsukamoto, Yusuke, Viti, Serena, Wang, Hongchi, Whitworth, Anthony P., Yen, Hsi-Wei, Yoo, Hyunju, Yuan, Jinghua, Yun, Hyeong-Sik, Zenko, Tetsuya, Zhang, Chuan-Peng, Zhang, Guoyin, Zhang, Yapeng, Zhou, Jianjun, Zhu, Lei, André, Philippe, Dowell, C. Darren, Eyres, Stewart P. S., Falle, Sam, van Loo, Sven and Robitaille, Jean-François 2020. The JCMT BISTRO Survey: magnetic fields associated with a network of filaments in NGC 1333. Astrophysical Journal 899 (28) 10.3847/1538-4357/aba1e2

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Abstract

We present new observations of the active star formation region NGC 1333 in the Perseus molecular cloud complex from the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope B-Fields In Star-forming Region Observations (BISTRO) survey with the POL-2 instrument. The BISTRO data cover the entire NGC 1333 complex (~1.5 pc × 2 pc) at 0.02 pc resolution and spatially resolve the polarized emission from individual filamentary structures for the first time. The inferred magnetic field structure is complex as a whole, with each individual filament aligned at different position angles relative to the local field orientation. We combine the BISTRO data with low- and high- resolution data derived from Planck and interferometers to study the multiscale magnetic field structure in this region. The magnetic field morphology drastically changes below a scale of ~1 pc and remains continuous from the scales of filaments (~0.1 pc) to that of protostellar envelopes (~0.005 pc or ~1000 au). Finally, we construct simple models in which we assume that the magnetic field is always perpendicular to the long axis of the filaments. We demonstrate that the observed variation of the relative orientation between the filament axes and the magnetic field angles are well reproduced by this model, taking into account the projection effects of the magnetic field and filaments relative to the plane of the sky. These projection effects may explain the apparent complexity of the magnetic field structure observed at the resolution of BISTRO data toward the filament network.

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Published Online
Status: Published
Schools: Physics and Astronomy
Publisher: American Astronomical Society
ISSN: 0004-637X
Date of First Compliant Deposit: 10 September 2020
Date of Acceptance: 30 June 2020
Last Modified: 11 Sep 2020 13:15
URI: http://orca-mwe.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/134762

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