Information about high-redshifted emission can be obtained by observing the scattered light of surrounding neutral hydrogen atoms. This scattered light is highly polarized for some particular environments as outflows that reaches level of polarization 8 times higher than the typical intergalactic polarization. Polarimetry provides new diagnosis in the study of such flows of matter in the early universe. In particular, spectropolarimetry gives more information about the kinematic of such flows and place constraints ot the kinematic of the gas through which the light propagates.

Galactic Center
Galactic Magnetic Fields
Massive Stars
Gamma Ray Outbursts
Young Stars
Star and Planet Formation

Early Universe