Brand new evidence of feedback source often overlooked in dwarf galaxy evolution
Galactic winds shed new light on an otherwise invisible mechanism at the heart of massive galaxies.
Stellar feedback can drive a galactic fountain by pushing out gas that later falls back in.
Turbulence in the magnetic field surrounding a protostar can affect the power and launch angle of bipolar outflows.
It turns out that supernovae, much like beans, are a magical fruit that can make galaxies release an outflow of gas. Also, simulations are complicated.