The IAU Colloquium No. 59, qThe effects of mass loss on Stellar Evolutionq was held on September 15-19, 1980 at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Miramare, Trieste (Italy), under the auspices of the IAU Executive Co~ mittee and the Italian National Council of Research. The planning of this conference began two years ago du ring the IAU Symposium No. 83 qMass loss and evolution of 0 type starsq (Qualicum Beach, Victoria, Canada) when we felt that mass loss and its effects on the evolution of stars was too broad a subject for being confined to 0 type stars only. Therefore we thought that a conference dealing with the general problem of mass loss across the whole HR diagram would have been of interest to all people working in the field. The main idea was that bringing together Astronomers and Astrophysicists of the widest range of interests and e~ pertize - all in some way related to the problem of mass loss from stars - would have spurred thorough discussions on the many aspects and implications of this topic. We hope this goal has been achieved. Furthermore, the most recent observational and theoreti cal developments on the problem of mass loss from early ty pe stars avoided this meeting to be a simple updating of the Qualicum Beach Symposium as far as this issue is concerned.This is a rapidly advancing field due to observations by IUE and Einstein, and we should expect important changes in our understanding as a result of these new data. ... (1) By far the most sensitive way of detecting stellar coronae hotter than say 5 x 105 K is by detecting their soft X-ray ... as are G supergiants like B Aqr ( GO lb), a Aqr (G2 lb), and e Gem (G8 lb) at log (Lx/L3ql) alt; -7, and M supergiants like aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Effects of Mass Loss on Stellar Evolution|
|Author||:||C. CHIOSI (Ed), R. Stalio, International Astronomical Union|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1981-07-31|