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SpS5 - II. Stellar and wind parameters

  • F. Martins (a1), M. Bergemann (a2), J. M. Bestenlehner (a3), P. A. Crowther (a4), W. R. Hamann (a5), F. Najarro (a6), M. F. Nieva (a7), N. Przybilla (a7), J. Freimanis (a8), W. Hou (a9) and L. Kaper (a10)...

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The development of infrared observational facilities has revealed a number of massive stars in obscured environments throughout the Milky Way and beyond. The determination of their stellar and wind properties from infrared diagnostics is thus required to take full advantage of the wealth of observations available in the near and mid infrared. However, the task is challenging. This session addressed some of the problems encountered and showed the limitations and successes of infrared studies of massive stars.

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SpS5 - II. Stellar and wind parameters

  • F. Martins (a1), M. Bergemann (a2), J. M. Bestenlehner (a3), P. A. Crowther (a4), W. R. Hamann (a5), F. Najarro (a6), M. F. Nieva (a7), N. Przybilla (a7), J. Freimanis (a8), W. Hou (a9) and L. Kaper (a10)...

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