A RUNAWAY WOLF-RAYET STAR AS THE ORIGIN OF 26 AL IN THE EARLY SOLAR SYSTEM

@article{Tatischeff2010ARW,
  title={A RUNAWAY WOLF-RAYET STAR AS THE ORIGIN OF 26 AL IN THE EARLY SOLAR SYSTEM},
  author={V. Tatischeff and J. Duprat and N. D. S{\'e}r{\'e}ville},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={714}
}
  • V. Tatischeff, J. Duprat, N. D. Séréville
  • Published 2010
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • Establishing the origin of the short-lived radionuclide (SLR) 26Al, which was present in refractory inclusions in primitive meteorites, has profound implications for the astrophysical context of solar system formation. Recent observations that 26Al was homogeneously distributed in the inner solar system prove that this SLR has a stellar origin. In this Letter, we address the issue of the incorporation of hot 26Al-rich stellar ejecta into the cold protosolar nebula. We first show that the 26Al… CONTINUE READING
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