Reference : Perspectives for observing hot massive stars with XMM-Newton in the years 2017-2027
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Physical, chemical, mathematical & earth Sciences : Space science, astronomy & astrophysics
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/211732
Perspectives for observing hot massive stars with XMM-Newton in the years 2017-2027
English
Rauw, Grégor mailto [Université de Liège > > Groupe d'astrophysique des hautes énergies (GAPHE) >]
1-Mar-2017
Astronomische Nachrichten
Wiley
338
207-212
Yes (verified by ORBi)
International
0004-6337
1521-3994
Berlin
Germany
[en] XMM-Newton has deeply changed our picture of X-ray emission of hot, massive stars. High-resolution X-ray spectroscopy as well as monitoring of these objects helped us gain a deeper insight into the physics of single massive stars with or without magnetic fields, as well as of massive binary systems, where the stellar winds of both stars interact. These observations also revealed a number of previously unexpected features that challenge our understanding of the dynamics of the stellar winds of massive stars. I briefly summarize the results obtained over the past 15 years and highlight the perspectives for the next decade. It is anticipated that coordinated (X-ray and optical or UV) monitoring and time-critical observations of either single or binary massive stars will become the most important topics in this field over the coming years. Synergies with existing or forthcoming X-ray observatories (NuSTAR, Swift, eROSITA) will also play a major role and will further enhance the importance of XMM-Newton in our quest for understanding the physics of hot, massive stars.
Space sciences, Technologies and Astrophysics Research - STAR
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/211732
10.1002/asna.201713332
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2017AN....338..207R

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