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Title:
Division IV / Working Group on Massive Stars
Authors:
Puls, Joachim; Leitherer, Claus; Owocki, Stan; Crowther, Paul; Hanson, Margaret; Herrero, Artemio; Langer, Norbert; Owocki, Stan; Rauw, Gregor; St-Louis, Nicole; Townsend, Richard
Publication:
Transactions IAU, Volume 7, Issue T28A, p. 207-210
Publication Date:
04/2012
Origin:
CUP
Abstract Copyright:
(c) 2012: Copyright © International Astronomical Union 2012
DOI:
10.1017/S1743921312002827
Bibliographic Code:
2012IAUTA..28..207P

Abstract

Our Working Group (WG) studies massive, luminous stars, both individually and in resolved and unresolved populations, with historical focus on early-type (OB) stars, A-supergiants, and Wolf-Rayet stars. Our group also studies lower mass stars (e.g., central stars of planetary nebulae and their winds) which display features similar or related to those present in massive stars, and thus may improve our understanding of the physical processes occurring in massive stars. In recent years, massive red supergiants that evolve from hot stars have been included into our activities as well. We emphasize the role of massive stars in other branches of astrophysics, particularly regarding the First Stars, long duration Gamma-Ray bursts, formation of massive stars and their feedback on star formation in general, pulsations of massive stars, and starburst galaxies.
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