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Mass loss from hot stars below the main sequence

  • R. Viotti (a1), L. Rossi (a1) and F. D'Antona (a2)

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The evolutionary implications of mass loss from post-asymptotic giant branch stars is discussed, with reference to the UV observations of sdO's.

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Mass loss from hot stars below the main sequence

  • R. Viotti (a1), L. Rossi (a1) and F. D'Antona (a2)

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