Special Session SS17
28 June 2019
Key ingredients in massive star evolution
Massive stars are important cosmic engines: through their evolutionary cycle they produce ionizing radiation, affect galaxy evolution, define the state of the ISM, and regulate star and cluster formation. In order to improve our understanding of massive-star evolution and make it a reliable tool applicable across Astrophysics, we need to assess our knowledge of its key ingredients.
Lida Oskinova (co-chair), Jorick Vink (co-chair), Fabrice Martins, Jose Groh
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