|This is a picture of Orion, one of the closest and most well-studied regions of star-formation. In spite of this, the obviously complex structure has precluded all but the simplest understanding of its physical and chemical structure and the ongoing star-formation processes. As a result, it is a perfect target for comparison of our newest models of stellar birth with reality.|
Dr. Steven Doty Department of Physics and Astronomy Olin 109 Denison University Granville, OH 43023
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