The Wolf-Rayet stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud - A comprehensive analysis of the WN class

@article{Hainich2014TheWS,
  title={The Wolf-Rayet stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud - A comprehensive analysis of the WN class},
  author={R. Hainich and U. Ruhling and H. Todt and L. Oskinova and A. Liermann and G. Grafener and C. Foellmi and O. Schnurr and W. Hamann},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2014},
  volume={565}
}
Context. Massive stars, although being important building blocks of galaxies, are still not fully understood. This especially holds true for Wolf-Rayet (WR) stars with their strong mass loss, whose spectral analysis requires adequate model atmospheres. Aims. Following our comprehensive studies of the WR stars in the Milky Way, we now present spectroscopic analyses of almost all known WN stars in the LMC. Methods. For the quantitative analysis of the wind-dominated emission-line spectra, we… Expand
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