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Overall properties of hot, massive stars in the X-ray domain

  • Yael Nazé (a1)

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Despite the absence of large surveys, the recent X-ray observatories provide X-ray data for hundreds of massive stars (294 OB stars detected in the 2XMM catalog, 129 OB stars detected in the Chandra Carina Complex Project). Analyzing medium-resolution spectra led to new results on the relationship between the X-ray luminosity and the bolometric luminosity, as well as on the typical properties (plasma temperature, variability) of these objects.

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