Contributors examine the physics of wind origin and physical phenomena in winds, including heliospheric shocks, magnetohydrodynamic turbulence, and kinetic phenomena--and their interactions with surrounding media. Contributions range from studies of the interstellar cloud surrounding the solar system to solar wind interaction with comets.... winds in five selected stars: a typical RR Lyrae star (A7-F5 III), S Cephei (F5-G2 lb), a Bootis (K1.5 III), a Orionis (M2 lab), and a representative AGB star. ... The mass loss of stars depends crucially on the position of the star in the HR diagram.
|Title||:||Cosmic Winds and the Heliosphere|
|Author||:||Jack Randolph Jokipii, Charles P. Sonett, Mark S. Giampapa|
|Publisher||:||University of Arizona Press - 1997|