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Prestellar cores in the ALMA era

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Prestellar cores are stellar mass high density structures embedded in molecular clouds which are thought to be the forerunners of protostars. I will give a brief overview of their properties and of the debate concerning their evolution. Recent ALMA observations show evidence for the presence of structures of around a thousand AU in diameter in a couple of these cores. I will discuss what one can say about the nature of these objects and whether they throw any light upon how these cores will evolve.

This talk is part of the Cavendish Astrophysics Seminars series.

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