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Gaia Data Release 2
Context. For Gaia DR2, 280 million spectra collected by the Radial Velocity Spectrometer instrument on board Gaia were processed, and median radial velocities were derived for 9.8 million sourcesExpand
e-MERLIN 21 cm constraints on the mass-loss rates of OB stars in Cyg OB2
We present e-MERLIN 21 cm (L-band) observations of single luminous OB stars in the Cygnus OB2 association, from the Cyg OB2 Radio Survey Legacy programme. The radio observations potentially offer theExpand
Variable millimetre radiation from the colliding-wind binary Cygnus OB2 #8A
CONTEXT: Massive binaries have stellar winds that collide. In the colliding-wind region, various physically interesting processes occur, leading to enhanced X-ray emission, non-thermal radioExpand
MERLIN 21 cm constraints on the mass-loss rates of OB stars in Cyg OB 2
We present e-MERLIN 21 cm (L-band) observations of single luminous OB stars in the Cygnus OB2 association, from the Cyg OB2 Radio Survey Legacy programme. The radio observations potentially offer theExpand
COBRaS: The e-MERLIN 21 cm Legacy survey of Cygnus OB2.
The role of massive stars is central to an understanding of galactic ecology. It is important to establish the details of how massive stars provide radiative, chemical, and mechanical feedback inExpand
’ s repository of research publications and other research outputs ALMA observations of the supergiant B [ e ] star Wd 1-9 Journal Item
Mass-loss in massive stars plays a critical role in their evolution, although the precise mechanism(s) responsible – radiatively driven winds, impulsive ejection and/or binary interaction – remainExpand