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Single or binary origin of Wolf-Rayet stars? Which mode is dominant

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    Dr P Crowther
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  • Competition Funded PhD Project (European/UK Students Only)
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Project Description

Wolf-Rayet stars are the evolved descendants of massive OB stars, revealing the products of H or He burning at their surfaces. Their hydrogen envelopes are stripped away either through dense stellar winds of very high mass stars or via mass transfer to the initial secondary star in a close binary. This project will exploit the environment of Wolf-Rayet stars in the Milky Way, Magellanic Clouds and other nearby star forming galaxies to assess which of these mechanisms is dominant.

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