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Astro2020 Science White Paper: The fundamentals of outflows from evolved stars

@inproceedings{Beck2019Astro2020SW,
  title={Astro2020 Science White Paper: The fundamentals of outflows from evolved stars},
  author={Elvire de Beck and M. L. Boyer and V. Bujarrabal and Leen Decin and Jos{\'e} Pablo Fonfr{\'i}a and Maartje Groenewegen and Stefan Hofner and O. Jones and T.Kaminski and Matthias Maercker and Paola Marigo and Masakuni Matsuura and Margaret M. Meixner and G. Quintana Lacaci Mart{\'i}nez and Peter Scicluna and Ryszard Szczerba and Luis Velilla Prieto and W. H. T. Vlemmings and Martina C. Wiedner},
  year={2019}
}
  • Elvire de Beck, M. L. Boyer, +16 authors Martina C. Wiedner
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • Models of the chemical evolution of the interstellar medium, galaxies, and the Universe rely on our understanding of the amounts and chemical composition of the material returned by stars and supernovae. Stellar yields are obtained from stellar-evolution models, which currently lack predictive prescriptions of stellar mass loss, although it significantly affects stellar lifetimes, nucleosynthesis, and chemical ejecta. Galaxy properties are derived from observations of the integrated light of… CONTINUE READING

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