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Title: Massive Stars in Interactive Binaries
Volume: 367 Year: 2007 View Volume 367 on ADS
Editors: St.-Louis, Nicole; Moffat, Anthony F.J.
Synopsis:
Massive stars start their lives above a mass of ~8 time solar, finally exploding after a few million years as core-collapse or pair-production supernovae. Above ~15 solar masses, they also spend most of their lives driving especially strong, hot winds due to their extreme luminosities. All of these aspects dominate the ecology of the Universe, from element enrichment to stirring up and ionizing the interstellar medium. But when they occur in close pairs or groups separated by less than a parsec, the interaction of massive stars can lead to various exotic phenomena which would not be seen if there were no binaries. These depend on the actual separation, and going from wie to close including colliding winds (with non-thermal radio emission and Wolf-Rayet dust spirals), cluster dynamics, X-ray binaries, Roche-lobe overflow (with inverse mass-ratios and rapid spin up), collisions, merging, rejuventation and massive blue stragglers, black-hole formation, runaways and gamma-ray bursts. Also, one wonders whether the fact that a massive star is in a binary affects its parameters compared to its isolated equivalent.

These proceedings deal with all of these phenomena, plus binary statistics and determination of general physical properties of massive stars, that would not be possible with their single cousins. The 77 articles published in these proceedings, all based on oral talks, vary from broad revies to the lates developments in the field. About a third of the time was spent in open discussion of all participants, both for ~5 minutes after each talk and 8 half-hour long general dialogues, all audio-recorded, transcribed and only moderately edited to yield a real flavour of the meeting. The candid information in these discussions is sometimes more revealing than the article(s) that preceded them and also provide entertaining reading. The book is suitable for researchers and graduate students interested in stellar astrophysics and in various physical processes involved when stars occur in bound pairs, groups or tight clusters.

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Cover   
Volume 367 Cover St.-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.
Front Matter   
Vollume 367 Front Matter 1 St.-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.
Conference Photo   
Volume 367 Conference Photograph 2 St.-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.
Session 1.
Introduction
  
Massive Interacting Binaries: Setting the Stage 3 Moffat, A.F.J.
The Evolution of Massive Stars: a Selection of Facts and Questions 13 Vanbeveren, D.
Session 2.
Inventory
  
O Type and Other Hot Binaries: Current Statistics of the USNO Database 27 Mason, B.D.
Lost in Space: Searching for the Multiplicity of Wolf-Rayet Stars 37 Wallace, D.J.
Binary Frequency Among the Magellanic Cloud WNL Population: Preliminary Results 45 Schnurr, O.; St-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.; Morrell, N.I.
General Discussion Sessions 1 and 2 55 St.-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.
Single and Binary Massive Stars Close to the Zero Age Main Sequence 67 Herrero, A.; Simon-Diaz, S.; Najarro, F.; Ribas, I.
Empirical Mass-Luminosity Relation for the LMC Based on Eclipsing Binaries: Comparison with Single Stars 77 Morrell, N.I.; Gonzalez, J.F.; Ostrov, P.G.; Minniti, D.
Eclipsing Spectroscopic Binaries in the Small Magellanic Cloud 85 Hilditch, R.W.; Howarth, I.D.; Harries, T.J.
Line Profile Variability from Tidal Interactions: Can it Distort the RV Curves? 89 Koenigsberger, G.; Moreno, E.; Toledano, O.
Polarization Constraints on Massive Binaries 95 Villar-Sbaffi, A.; Moffat, A.F.J.; St-Louis, N.
Evolution of Rotation Rates in Massive Stars: Effects of Binarity and Low Metallicity 101 Penny, L.R.
NGC6231: X-ray Properties of the Early-Type Star Population 109 Sana, H.; Naze, Y.; Gosset, E.; Rauw, G.; Sung, H.; Vreux, J.-M.
Large-Scale Structures in Wolf-Rayet Winds: Single vs Binary 117 Chene, A.-N.; St.-Louis, N.
Observing Massive Stars with MOST: the Enigmatic WN8 Star WR123 123 Lefevre, L.; Marchenko, S.V.; Moffat, A.F.J.; Acker, A.; Matthews, J.M.; Kuschnig, R.; Guenther, D.B.; Rucinski, S.M.; Sasselov, D.; Walker, G.A.H.; Weiss, W.W.
Hydrodynamic Model Atmospheres for WR Stars: First Results and Their Consequences for Interacting Winds in Massive Binary Systems 131 Graefener, G.; Hamann, W.-R.
Wolf-Rayet Spectra: How to Tell Binaries from Singles 141 Hamann, W.-R.; Graefener, G.
General Discussion Session 3 148 St.-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.
Session 4.
Interacting Winds
  
XMM-Newton Studies of the Wolf-Rayet Colliding-Wind Binaries WR 25 (WN6h+O4f) and WR 11 (WC8+O7.5III) 159 van der Hucht, K.A.; Raassen, A.J.J.; Mewe, R.; Antokhin, I.I.; Rauw, G.; Vreux, J.-M.; Schild, H.; Schmutz, W.
A Steady, Radiative-Shock Method for Computing X-Ray Emission from Colliding Stellar Winds in Close, Massive Star Binaries 165 Antokhin, I.I.; Owocki, S.P.; Brown, J.C.
Prospects for Detecting Colliding Winds of Massive Stars with GLAST-LAT 173 Reimer, A.; Reimer, O.
Radio Behavior of Four Southern Non-Thermal O-Type Stars 179 Benaglia, P.; Koribalski, B.
Non-Thermal Radio Emission from O Stars: Binary Versus Single 187 Van Loo, S.
FUSE Observations of Colliding Winds in Three Magellanic-Cloud WR Binaries 199 St-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.; Boisvert, P.; Marchenko, S.V.; Pittard, J.M.
New Colliding-Wind Massive Binaries 207 De Becker, M.; Rauw, G.
Dust Formation in Massive WR+O Binaries: Recent Results 213 Marchenko, S.V.; Moffat, A.F.J.
Models of the Radio Emission from Colliding-Wind Binaries 225 Pittard, J.M.; Dougherty, S.M.; Coker, R.F.
Radiative Forces in Interacting Binaries 233 Owocki, S.
General Discussion Sessions 4abc 241 St.-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.
X-Ray Gyrations of η Carinae, or Is Presence of Evidence Evidence of Presence? 249 Corcoran, M.F.; Hamaguchi, K.; Gull, T.; Damineli, A.; Davidson, K.
XMM-Newton Observations of the 2003 X-ray Minimum of η Carinae 257 Hamaguchi, K.; Corcoran, M.F.; Gull, T.; White, N.E.; Damineli, A.; Davidson, K.
Eta Carinae: HST Evidence for Binarity 263 Gull, T.R.
Radio Emission from WR140 271 Dougherty, S.M.; Beasley, A.J.; Claussen, M.J.; Zauderer, B.A.; Bolingbroke, N.J.
The Shocking Behaviour of WR140 near Periastron 279 Pollock, A.M.T.
Mapping WR140 from Infrared Spectroscopy and Imaging 285 Williams, P.M.; Varricatt, W.P.; Marston, A.P.; Ashok, N.M.
General Discussion Session 4d 291 St.-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.
Session 5.
Evolution of Massive Binaries
  
The Formation of Massive Binary Stars 303 Bonnell, I.A.
The Formation of Be Stars in Binary Systems 315 Dewi, J.D.M.
The Spin-Up and Chemical Enrichment of Mass Gainers in Roche Lobe Overflow Binaries 325 Gies, D.R.
FUSE Observations of Massive Algol-Type Binaries: Possible Evidence for a Bipolar Flow 337 Peters, G.J.; Polidan, R.S.
B[e] Stars with Warm Dust – A New Type of Intermediate- and High-Mass Interacting Binary? 343 Miroshnichenko, A.S.; Bjorkman, K.S.; Kusakin, A.V.; Gray, R.O.; Manset, N.; Klochkova, V.G.; Yushkin, M.V.; Rudy, R.J.; Lynch, D.K.; Mazuk, S.; Venturini, C.C.; Puetter, R.C.; Perry, R.B.; Gandet, T.L.
The Enigmatic B[e] Star Hen 2-90 – an Interacting Binary? 349 Kraus, M.; Borges Fernandes, M.; de Araujo, F.X.
Advanced Binary Evolution 359 Langer, N.; Petrovic, J.
Progenitor Models of Wolf-Rayet+O Binary Systems 371 Petrovic, J.; Langer, N.
Mass and Angular Momentum Loss During RLOF in Algols 379 Van Rensbergen, W.; De Loore, C.; Vanbeveren, D.
Mass and Angular Momentum Loss in Massive Binary Evolution 387 Pols, O.R.
Surface Flows and the Struve-Sahade Effect 393 Gayley, K.G.; Townsend, R.; Parsons, J.; Owocki, S.
A Period for the Of?p Spectrum Alternator HD 191612 401 Walborn, N.R.; Howarth, I.D.
General Discussion Sessions 5abc 407 St.-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.
Is a Large Initial Binary Fraction Compatible with Observed WR Populations? 421 Dray, L.; Tout, C.
LMC-Bat129: Revealing the Structure of a Wolf-Rayet Wind 431 Foellmi, C.; Marchenko, S.V.; Moffat, A.F.J.; Crowther, P.A.; Brillant, S.
On the Relevance of Tidal Interactions in HD 5980 437 Toledano, O.; Koenigsberger, G.; Moreno, E.
Massive Stars and Their Compact Remnants in High-Mass X-Ray Binaries 447 Kaper, L.; Van der Meer, A.
Far Ultraviolet Observations of the High-Mass X-Ray Binary 4U1700-37/HD153919 459 Iping, R.C.; Sonneborn, G.; Kaper, L.; Hammerschlag-Hensberge, G.
Phase-Dependent Changes in Ovi and Other Stellar Wind Lines in SMC X-1 465 Sonneborn, G.; Iping, R.C.; Massa, D.; Iping-Petterson, M.A.
The Very Unusual HMXRB HD 34921 471 Polcaro, V.F.; Norci, L.; Meurs, E.J.A.; Bernabei, S.
Be/X-ray Binaries: An Observational Approach 477 Negueruela, I.
Accretion/Decretion Disk Dynamics in Be/X-ray Binaries 485 Okazaki, A.T.
On the Mass Distribution of Neutron Stars in HMXRBs 491 van der Meer, A.; Kaper, L.; van Kerkwijk, M.H.; van den Heuvel E.P.J.
IC10 X-1 (WN+cc) 499 Crowther, P.A.; Clark, J.S.
SS433: a WR X-Ray Binary or a WR-Type Phenomenon? 505 Fuchs, Y.; Koch Miramond, L.; Abraham, P.
Session 6.
Endpoints of Massive Binary Systems.
  
Formation and Evolution of Hypernova Progenitors in Massive Binary Systems 517 Joss, P.C.; Becker, J.A.
What Can We Learn About Black-Hole Formation from Black-Hole X-ray Binaries? 533 Nelemans, G.
Massive Binary Mergers and Thorne-Zytkow Objects 541 Podsiadlowski, P.
Gamma-Ray Bursts: Products of Massive Interacting Binaries? 549 van den Heuvel, E.P.J.
General Discussion Sessions 5de, 6 560 St.-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.
The Spectral Evolution of Young Starbursts: the Effects of Massive Binaries 579 van Bever, J.; Vanbeveren, D.
The Effects of Massive Close Binaries on the Chemical Enrichment of the Galaxy 587 De Donder, E.; Vanbeveren, D.
Simulating Young Star-Clusters with Primordial Binaries 597 Portegies Zwart, S.F.; McMillan, S.L.W.
The Effects of Stellar Dynamics on the Evolution of Young, Dense Stellar Systems 609 Belkus, H.; Van Bever, J.; Vanbeveren, D.
Dynamics of Multiple Stars: Observations 615 Tokovinin, A.
X-Ray Binary Population in Young Stellar Regions 623 Kalogera, V.; Sepinsky, J.; Belczynski, K.
On the Origin of the Most Massive Stars Around R136 629 Brandl, B.R.; Portegies Zwart, S.F.; Moffat, A.F.J.; Chernoff, D.F.
Evolution of X-ray Emission from Young, Massive Stellar Clusters 637 Oskinova, L.M.
Blue Stragglers in Young Open Clusters 645 Marco, A.; Negueruela, I.; Motch, C.
Young Stellar Clusters, WR-Type Phenomena and the Origin of the Galactic-Center Non-thermal Radio Filaments 651 Yusef-Zadeh, F.
General Discussion Sessions 7ab 659 St.-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.
High-Mass Stars in the Centers of Young Dense Clusters: Mass Segregation, Binary Mergers and Gamma-Ray Bursts 669 Zinnecker, H.
Massive Binaries in the Galactic Center 679 Figer, D.F.; Kim, S.S.
Massive Young Stars in the Vicinity of our Galaxy’s Supermassive Black Hole: A Paradox of Youth 689 Ghez, A.M.
Stellar Collisions and Black-Hole Formation in Dense Star Clusters 697 McMillan, S.L.W.; Portegies Zwart, S.F.
Collisions Between Single Stars in Dense Clusters: Runaway Formation of a Massive Object 707 Freitag, M.; Guerkan, M.A.; Rasio, F.A.
Stellar Collisions During Binary Interactions and the Effect on Runaway Collisions 715 Fregeau, J.M.; Rasio, F.A.; Cheung, P.; Portegies Zwart, S.F.
General Discussion Session 7c 722 St.-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.
Session 8.
Conclusion
  
Massive Stars in Interacting Binaries: Wrap-up 737 van den Heuvel, E.P.J.
Back Matter   
Volume 367 Back Matter 747 St.-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.
Photographs   
Volume 367 Photographs 999 St.-Louis, N.; Moffat, A.F.J.