Stellar Evolution, Atmospheres and Winds

The outside atmospheres of luminous cool huge stars and early type stars can be driven outward by radiation coming from the photosphere of the star. The radiation pressure forces the ounces outward, dragging ions along by viscous drag if the atmosphere is dense, thus creating a dust-driven wind.

 

  • stellar wind bubbles
  • Cosmic wind

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