Wind properties of variable B supergiants

@article{Haucke2018WindPO,
  title={Wind properties of variable B supergiants},
  author={Maximiliano Haucke and L. S. Cidale and R. O. J. Venero and M. Cur{\'e} and Michaela Kraus and Samer Kanaan and C Arcos},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2018}
}
Context. Variable B supergiants (BSGs) constitute a heterogeneous group of stars with complex photometric and spectroscopic behaviours. They exhibit mass-loss variations and experience different types of oscillation modes, and there is growing evidence that variable stellar winds and photospheric pulsations are closely related. Aims. To discuss the wind properties and variability of evolved B-type stars, we derive new stellar and wind parameters for a sample of 19 Galactic BSGs by fitting… 

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