Numerical simulations and infrared spectro-interferometry reveal the wind collision region in γ^2 Velorum

@article{Lamberts2017NumericalSA,
  title={Numerical simulations and infrared spectro-interferometry reveal the wind collision region in γ^2 Velorum},
  author={A. Lamberts and F. Millour and A. Liermann and L. Dessart and T. Driebe and G. Duvert and W. Finsterle and V. Girault and F. Massi and R. Petrov and W. Schmutz and G. Weigelt and O. Chesneau},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2017},
  volume={468},
  pages={2655-2671}
}
  • A. Lamberts, F. Millour, +10 authors O. Chesneau
  • Published 2017
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • Colliding stellar winds in massive binary systems have been studied through their radio, optical lines and strong X-ray emission for decades. More recently, near-infrared spectro-interferometric observations have become available in a few systems, but isolating the contribution from the individual stars and the wind collision region still remains a challenge. In this paper, we study the colliding wind binary γ^2 Velorum and aim at identifying the wind collision zone from infrared… CONTINUE READING
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