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Active OB Stars - an introduction

  • Dietrich Baade (a1), Thomas Rivinius (a2), Stanislas Štefl (a2) and Christophe Martayan (a2)

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Identifying seven activities and activity-carrying properties and nine classes of Active OB Stars, the OB Star Activity Matrix is constructed to map the parameter space. On its basis, the occurrence and appearance of the main activities are described as a function of stellar class. Attention is also paid to selected combinations of activities with classes of Active OB Stars. Current issues are identified and suggestions are developed for future work and strategies.

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Active OB Stars - an introduction

  • Dietrich Baade (a1), Thomas Rivinius (a2), Stanislas Štefl (a2) and Christophe Martayan (a2)

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