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The Radio-X-ray Relation in Cool Stars: Are we headed toward a divorce?

@inproceedings{Forbrich2010TheRR,
  title={The Radio-X-ray Relation in Cool Stars: Are we headed toward a divorce?},
  author={Jan Forbrich and Scott J. Wolk and Manuel Gudel and A. O. Benz and Rachel A. Osten and Jeffrey L. Linsky and M. McLean and Laurent Loinard and Edo Berger},
  year={2010}
}
This splinter session was devoted to reviewing our current k nowledge of correlated X-ray and radio emission from cool stars in order to prepare for new large radio observatories such as the EVLA. A key interest was to discuss why the X-ray and radio luminosities of some cool stars are in clear breach of a correlation that holds for other active stars, the so-called Gudel-Benz relation . This article summarizes the contributions whereas the actual presentations can be acce ssed on the splinter… 

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