The gas density in the Mach 10 simulation of Blondin & Koerwer (1998). Note the strong blob upstream and the highly unstable and inhomogeneous bow shock. This case resembles the TX Psc nebula (compare with Fig. 6, remembering that the viewing angle is slightly different, since the space motion of TX Psc is inclined by 14° with respect to the plane of the sky). Reprinted from Blondin & Koerwer 1998, New Astron., 3, 571, with permission from Elsevier.
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