Division G WG Red Giants and Supergiants

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Quantitative understanding of red giants and red supergiants and their relation to stellar end products and galaxy evolution. This involves all input physics and related structural and evolutionary properties, such as mass-loss, internal mixing, nuclear reaction rates etc.

Note: Malpractice (or good practice) in the astronomical community can be reported anonymously to the IAU Division G Ombud.

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Division G Stars and Stellar Physics


Jacco Th. van Loon

Keele University
Astrophysics Group
Lennard-Jones Laboratories
Staffordshire ST5 5BG
United Kingdom

NCA adherence: United Kingdom

Last updated:
August 7, 2019

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