Some of the observed large-scale motions, especially those associated with warps of the gas layer, may be driven by gas infall.
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Permissions Icon Permissions. Abstract Data assembled from a variety of sources show that the velocity dispersion of young stars and cool interstellar gas increases systematically with the size of the region considered, over a wide range of length scales. Department of Astronomy Sterling Hall N.
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Kowal, A. For our tests we make use of three-dimensional compressible MHD isothermal simulations performed for different sonic, i. We introduce the bispectrum, a new tool for statistical studies of the interstellar medium which, unlike an ordinary power spectrum of turbulence, preserves the phase information of the stochastic field. We show that the bispectra of the three-dimensional stochastic density field and of column densities, available from observations, are similar.