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Massive binaries and colliding winds

  • M. Heydari-Malayeri, Ph. Stee, J.-P. Zahn and G. Rauw (a1)

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In this contribution, I review recent results from observational investigations of early-type binaries of spectral types O and Wolf-Rayet. These studies aim at an accurate determination of fundamental parameters such as masses and radii of the most massive stars. In addition, multi-wavelength analyses of wind collisions in massive binaries provide constraints on the properties of stellar winds of massive stars and shock physics of cosmic plasmas.

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Massive binaries and colliding winds

  • M. Heydari-Malayeri, Ph. Stee, J.-P. Zahn and G. Rauw (a1)

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