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Tag: large magellanic cloud

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: Revisiting the evolved hypergiants in the Magellanic Clouds

Revisiting the evolved hypergiants in the Magellanic Clouds Kourniotis, M.; Kraus, M.; Maryeva, O.; Borges Fernandes, M.; Maravelias, G. The massive stars that survive the phase of red supergiants (RSGs) spend the rest of their life in extremity. Their unstable atmospheres facilitate the formation and episodic ejection of shells that …

EAS 2021 poster contributions

Three poster contributions during EAS 2021 with the following … statistics: all of them on massive stars,  two within the framework of the ASSESS project, and two on machine-learning applications. 1. Applying machine-learning methods to build a photometric classifier for massive stars in nearby galaxies Grigoris Maravelias, Alceste Bonanos, Frank …

New Paper: Evolved Massive Stars at Low-metallicity III. A Source Catalog for the Large Magellanic Cloud

Evolved Massive Stars at Low-metallicity III. A Source Catalog for the Large Magellanic Cloud Ming Yang, Alceste Z. Bonanos, Biwei Jiang, Jian Gao, Panagiotis Gavras, Grigoris Maravelias, Shu Wang, Xiao-Dian Chen, Man I Lam, Yi Ren, Frank Tramper, Zoi T. Spetsieri We present a clean, magnitude-limited (IRAC1 or WISE1≤15.0 mag) …

New paper on the circumstellar environment of the B[e] supergiant LHA 120-S 35

Resolving the clumpy circumstellar environment of the B[e] supergiant LHA 120-S 35 Andrea F. Torres, Lydia S. Cidale, Michaela Kraus, María L. Arias, Rodolfo H. Barbá, Grigoris Maravelias, Marcelo Borges Fernandes B[e] supergiants (SGs) are massive post-main-sequence stars, surrounded by a complex circumstellar (CS) environment. The aim of this work …