Outflow activity and microjets in the PENELLOPE sample
(1) Thomas Sperling (1) Jochen Eislöffel (2) Carlo Manara (2) Justyn Campbell-White (3) Christian Schneider (4) Beate Stelzer
(1) Thüringer Landessternwarte Tautenburg (2) European Southern Observatory (3) Hamburger Sternwarte (4) Eberhard-Karls Universität Tübingen
The ULLYSES/HST legacy survey is an extensive program using 500 Hubble Space Telescope orbits to observe young stars at optical and ultraviolet wavelengths for an unprecedented dataset to study the evolution of young stellar objects. The ESO large program PENELLOPE/VLT complements the ULLYSES project by providing optical and near-infrared spectroscopic data on the ULLYSES targets. For that purpose, medium- and high-resolution spectrographs (XSHOOTER, UVES, ESPRESSO) have been utilised to observe about 70 young low-mass stars. These data sets are an ideal starting point to search for outflow activity in the form of winds or (micro-)jets via, e.g., spectro-astrometry. This poster provides a short overview of the stated project and presents first results of our microjet-hunt.