An Artist’s conception of the brown dwarf ISO-Oph 102. Observations by the Submillimeter Array suggest that it is forming like a star, by accumulating material from the surrounding accretion disk (orange) shown here. The brown dwarf sheds angular momentum by ejecting material in two oppositely directed jets (red). Blue bow shocks indicate where those jets are interacting with the interstellar medium (Phan-Bao et al. 2008, ApJ, 689, L141) .
My name is Change,Yin-Chih Tsai. I like astronomy and computer graphic. My interest on astronomy started from the return of Halley´s Comet at 1986, I studied and learned star gazing by myself from that time. I joined astronomical club and became the leader when I was an university student. In graduated school, my research was about the evolution in galaxies. I got my Master´s degree in astronomy at 1995 from Graduate Institute of Astronomy, National Central University, Taiwan. I worked for website companies as a planner, programmer, designer and web master from 1998 to 2003. After that, I worked for astronomy related company like astronomical museum, telescopes company and research centers. Now I work for Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica (ASIAA) in Taiwan. I am an art editor, editing the quarterly and make poster for meetings & events. I also work like an illustrator, making astrophysical illustrations for press release, educational material and journals. I use 3ds max and Photoshop as my main tools to create illustrations. You can see my art works here, hope you like them! View all posts by Yin-Chih tsai