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Italian version of this article could help
Needs more references
For some reason, stellar jet redirects to this article. Why is this? I presume it's because there is some sort of connection between stellar jets and Herbig-Haro objects but it's not at all clear what this connection may be.
I came to this article looking for information on stellar jets, such as what are they? Where do they come from, what causes them? How big are they? What are they made of? Etc, etc. Perhaps they should have their own article. Nibios (talk) 16:03, 30 December 2010 (UTC)
I know that this is several years late, but I had a look and stellar jets seem to be called astrophysical jets on wikipedia, and they are similar to HH objects. NewbTopolis Rex (talk) 18:51, 26 November 2015 (UTC)
I hope there are no objections to Episodic Ejections
Ejected episodically by young stars like cannon salvos, the brightly glowing lobes travel through space at more than 700,000 kilometres per hour.
This is the most beautiful sentences I've ever read on wikipedia. But I changed it to "Episodically ejected by young stars like cannon salvos..." to make it ring even beautifulier. :-)
I would like to move the reference definitions form article body to reference section. This will reduce clutter in body and will make source reading easier for any future editing and improvement. If anybody has objection(s), please comment. Thanks--UbedJunejo (talk•cont) 13:54, 14 April 2018 (UTC)