Mass Outflows from Stars and Galactic Nuclei: Proceedings of the Second Torino Workshop, Held in Torino, Italy, May 4-8, 1987 by Luciana BianchiMass Outflows from Stars and Galactic Nuclei: Proceedings of the Second Torino Workshop, Held in Torino, Italy, May 4-8, 1987 by Luciana Bianchi

Mass Outflows from Stars and Galactic Nuclei: Proceedings of the Second Torino Workshop, Held in…

EditorLuciana Bianchi, Roberto Gilmozzi

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The objective of this workshop was to put together observational and theoretical works on outflows from different kinds of astrophysical objects, occurring on different scales and at various evolutionary phases, and to discuss the impact of observations from future space missions. For the stars, we thought to follow throughout the evolution the relevance (rates and dynamical rrodes) of the mass loss phenomenon, e. g. to explain how and when massive stars loose most of their ini tial mass to end up with typical WD masses. The observations of the solar wind were included for being a unique case where the origin and propagation of the outflow can be resolved. We thought that the comparison with similar phenomena occurring in galactic outflows would be fruitful, as demonstrated by recent works on galactic winds and jets. The interest of having this workshop in Torino came because there are groups in this area, at the Astronomical Observatory and at the Institute of Physics of the University, involved in the theoretical and observational studies of outflows from astrophysical objects. The members of the Scientific Organizing Conmi ttee were: V. Castellani, C. Cesarski, P. Conti, A. Ferrari, A. Gabriel, M. Grewing, Y. Kondo, H. Lamers, V. Manno, M. Rees and R. Schilizzi. The Local Organizing Conmi ttee was: L. Bianchi, G. Massone and E. Antonucci. During the workshop the following topics were treated: the solar wind, the mass loss from cool stars and from hot stars (m. s.
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Table of Contents

I: Invited Papers.- Quasi-Steady Outflows From Astrophysical Objects: Complementary Views from Different Experiences.- Mass Outflow from the Sun - Observations and Diagnostics.- Properties of Winds and Chromospheres in G to M Giants and Supergiants.- Mass Loss from Hot Stars: Main Sequence and Supergiant Stars.- Radiation Driven Winds of Central Stars of Planetary Nebulae.- The Theory of Stellar Winds from Hot and Cool Stars.- Interacting Binaries and Mass Loss in Hot Stars.- Masses of Planetary Nebulae and Their Central Stars.- The Formation of Planetary Nebulae.- Mass Loss and Post-Asymptotic Giant-Branch Evolution.- Collimated Outflows from Young Stars.- Observational Evidence for Outflow in Active Galactic Nuclei and in X-Ray Binaries.- Mechanisms for Outflow in Agns.- Requirements for Theoretical Models of Outflows.- II: Contributed Papers.- The Line Scattering Radiative Force as the Reason of the Acceleration and Heating of the Hot Stars Winds.- Dust Formation and Mass Loss by Wolf-Rayet Stars.- Implications of Variable Mass-Outflow on Modeling.- Highly Resolved Emission-Line Profiles of B[e]-Supergiants.- HD 316285: An Extreme P Cygni Star.- Something to do with the X-Ray Emission of Early Type Stars.- The 06.5IIIf Star BD+60°2522 and its Interaction with the Surrounding Interstellar Medium: CCD-Imaging and Spectroscopic Observations of the Stellar Wind Bubble NGC 7635.- Stellar Winds from of Stars from Infrared and Radio Observations.- Stellar Wind of Massive Stars in M31.- Hydromagnetic Winds from Partially Open Magnetospheres.- Helicoidal Astrophysical Outflows.- Local Thermonuclear Runaways on White Dwarfs.- Improved First Order Moment Method for Determination of Mass-Loss-Rates.- Shell Formation and Mass Loss in the Planetary Nebula A78.- Narrow-Band Imaging of Planetary Nebulae with the C.F.H. Telescope Photon Counting Camera.- V645 Cygni and the Duck Nebula.- Mass Loss from Planetary Nebulae: IC418.- The Kinematical Properties of Planetary Nebulae.- The "S" Process Nucleosyntesis in Low Mass Stars and the eutron Source 13C(?,n) 160.- Spectroscopic Study of Gas Outflows in the Bipolar Nebula S106.- CCD Images of the Serpens Bipolar Nebula.- Formation of Planetary Nebulae.- Bow Shock Structures Near Young Stellar Objects.- Winds from Cold pre-Main Sequence Stars: Ionization Structure and Line Intensity.- Have the Energetics of Molecular Line Flows Been Exaggerated? J.E.Qyson.- Infrared Emission from Outflows Associated with Young Stars.- Indication of Outflows from Young Stars in the Serpens Molecular Cloud.- The Jet of HH34: New Results.- High-Resolution Spectroscopy of Jets from Young Stars.- A Thin Shell Model for Molecular Outflows.- Evidence of Thin Dust Shells in Some RS CVN Stars.- Near Infrared - Iras Candidates for Molecular Outflows in Lynds Clouds.- Mass Outflows and Jets in Symbiotic Stars.- Iras and Near-Infrared Observations of Peculiar Nebulosities.- Radio Mapping of Type I Post-Main-Sequence Nebulae.- J = 3?2 and J = 2?1 CO Mapping of High Velocity Outflow Sources.- Stellar Mass Loss by Turbulent Alfvén Waves.- Mass Loss from the Progenitor of Kepler's Supernova: Characteristics and Evolutionary Constraints.- Observations of SN1987A with I.U.E.- Neutrino Outflow from SN1987A Detected in the Mont Blanc Observatory.- Geometrical Simulations of Astrophysical Jets.- On the Stability of Rotating Shear Flows.- On the Stability of Supersonic Shear Layers.- Self-Sustaining Galactic Winds in Spiral Galaxies with Starburst Nuclei.- Observations of Outflow and its Consequences in Circum-Nuclear Zones of Spirals.- Evolution of Perturbations and Shock Formation in Stellar Winds and jets.- The Flowing Interstellar Medium in the Host Galaxies of Quasars.- New Arguments Supporting the Intrinsic Origin of Bal QSOs: Formation of the Complex Ly?+NV Line Profile.- III: Future Space Missions.- The Lyman Mission.- The Soho Project.- Quasat - A Space VLBI Observatory.- The International EUV/FUV Hitchhiker (IEH).