about Grigoris Maravelias
Author: <span>grigoris</span>

Author: grigoris

New paper: Environments of evolved massive stars – evidence for episodic mass ejections

A proceedings paper from IAUS 366 that took place virtually back in October 2021 (for which I had another poster contribution) was finally published at the end of 2022. It summarizes a collective work led by Michaela on B[e] Supergiants and Yellow Hypergiants, two massive star phases where we observe …

Javier Gorosabel award on pro-am collaborations

In the latest meeting of the Spanish Astronomical Society (5-9 September, Tenerife, Spain) it was announced that our work with Emmanuel (Manos) Kardasis on Venus’ Cloud Discontinuity (published at the beginning of 2022, in the journal Atmosphere) was the winner for the 2nd iteration of the Javier Gorosabel Award on …

New Paper: Properties of luminous red supergiant stars in the Magellanic Clouds

Properties of luminous red supergiant stars in the Magellanic Clouds S. de Wit, A.Z. Bonanos, F. Tramper, M. Yang, G. Maravelias, K. Boutsia, N. Britavskiy, and E. Zapartas There is evidence that some red supergiants (RSGs) experience short lived phases of extreme mass loss, producing copious amounts of dust. These …

New paper: Using machine learning to investigate the populations of dusty evolved stars in various metallicities

This is actually a preview of what will follow after the first paper of the machine-learning classifier. We put it into action to get predictions for a number of galaxies and we start exploring the results. Of more interest is the fractions of the populations with metallicity, although a more …