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Physics of Radiatively Driven Winds by High Angular Resolution Observations (HARO)

  • Ph. Stee (a1), D. Bonneau (a1), D. Mourard (a1) and F. Vakili (a1)

Abstract

Numerous models have been developed during the last two decades which try to fit a small number of “classical” observables as closely as possible (i.e Hα line profile and continuum energy distribution or polarization data). Nevertheless, little has been done to include High Angular Resolution Observations (HARO) in simulations in spite of the fact that such data can strongly constrain radiative wind models. In the following, we shall review recent results coming from HARO of active B stars and we shall focus on our radiative wind model for active hot stars which integrates these measurements.

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