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Fission Hypothesis of Binary Star Formation

Whitworth's (1981) Isothermal Free-Energy Surface
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Qualitative Illustration

<mediaplayer> http://youtu.be/61dH_CS_oqA</mediaplayer>

Theoretical Bifurcation

Droplet Fission

Hachisu scenario

Related Discussions

Drop Dynamics Experiments

[On 1 January 2014, J. E. Tohline wrote ...] As I was putting this chapter together , I had difficulty documenting the various drop dynamics experiments that have been conducted by astronauts in various Earth-orbiting (zero-g) environments. Here is the relevant information that I have found, to date:

According to the accompanying Teacher's Guide, the activities shown in the above-referenced films were carried out by three teams of Skylab Astronauts:

Skylab Astronauts

First Team (Skylab 2)
Kerwin blows water droplet from a straw

Online References

Whitworth's (1981) Isothermal Free-Energy Surface

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