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Journal Articles Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society Year : 2019

The fundamentals of outflows from evolved stars

Elvire de Beck
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M. L. Boyer
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V. Bujarrabal
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L. Decin
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J. P. Fonfría
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M. Groenewegen
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S. Höfner
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O. Jones
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T. Kamiński
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M. Maercker
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P. Marigo
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M. Matsuura
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M. Meixner
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G. Quintana Lacaci Martínez
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P. Scicluna
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R. Szczerba
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L. Velilla Prieto
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W. Vlemmings
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Abstract

Chemical evolution of the ISM and galaxies depends critically on stellar mass loss. We describe current efforts and future needs and opportunities to characterize AGB outflows: driving mechanisms, outflow rates, underlying fundamental physical and chemical processes such as dust grain formation, and dependency of these on metallicity.
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obspm-03982610 , version 1 (10-02-2023)

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Elvire de Beck, M. L. Boyer, V. Bujarrabal, L. Decin, J. P. Fonfría, et al.. The fundamentals of outflows from evolved stars. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 2019, 51. ⟨obspm-03982610⟩
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