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Bringing Stellar Evolution and Feedback Together: Summary of Proposals from the Lorentz Center Workshop

Geen, Sam; Agrawal, Poojan; Crowther, Paul A.; Keller, B.W.; de Koter, Alex; Keszthelyi, Zsolt; van de Voort, Freeke; Ali, Ahmad A.; Backs, Frank; Bonne, Lars; Brugaletta, Vittoria; Derkink, Annelotte; Ekström, Sylvia; Fichtner, Yvonne A.; Grassitelli, Luca; Götberg, Ylva; Higgins, Erin R.; Laplace, Eva; You Liow, Kong; Lorenzo, Marta; McLeod, Anna F.; Meynet, Georges; Newsome, Megan; André Oliva, G.; Ramachandran, Varsha; Rey, Martin P.; Rieder, Steven; Romano-Díaz, Emilio; Sabhahit, Gautham; Sander, Andreas A.C.; Sarwar, Rafia; Stinshoff, Hanno; Stoop, Mitchel; Szécsi, Dorottya; Trebitsch, Maxime; Vink, Jorick S.; Winch, Ethan

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Sam Geen

Poojan Agrawal

Paul A. Crowther

B.W. Keller

Alex de Koter

Zsolt Keszthelyi

Freeke van de Voort

Ahmad A. Ali

Frank Backs

Lars Bonne

Vittoria Brugaletta

Annelotte Derkink

Sylvia Ekström

Yvonne A. Fichtner

Luca Grassitelli

Ylva Götberg

Erin R. Higgins

Eva Laplace

Kong You Liow

Marta Lorenzo

Georges Meynet

Megan Newsome

G. André Oliva

Varsha Ramachandran

Martin P. Rey

Steven Rieder

Emilio Romano-Díaz

Gautham Sabhahit

Andreas A.C. Sander

Rafia Sarwar

Hanno Stinshoff

Mitchel Stoop

Dorottya Szécsi

Maxime Trebitsch

Jorick S. Vink

Ethan Winch


Stars strongly impact their environment, and shape structures on all scales throughout the universe, in a process known as "feedback." Due to the complexity of both stellar evolution and the physics of larger astrophysical structures, there remain many unanswered questions about how feedback operates and what we can learn about stars by studying their imprint on the wider universe. In this white paper, we summarize discussions from the Lorentz Center meeting "Bringing Stellar Evolution and Feedback Together" in 2022 April and identify key areas where further dialog can bring about radical changes in how we view the relationship between stars and the universe they live in.


Geen, S., Agrawal, P., Crowther, P. A., Keller, B., de Koter, A., Keszthelyi, Z., …Winch, E. (2023). Bringing Stellar Evolution and Feedback Together: Summary of Proposals from the Lorentz Center Workshop. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 135(1044), Article 021001.

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Jan 25, 2023
Online Publication Date Mar 9, 2023
Publication Date 2023
Deposit Date May 4, 2023
Publicly Available Date May 4, 2023
Journal Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Print ISSN 0004-6280
Electronic ISSN 1538-3873
Publisher Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 135
Issue 1044
Article Number 021001


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