Cepheid Mass loss and the Pulsation-Evolutionary Mass Discrepancy
I investigate the discrepancy between the evolution and pulsation masses for Cepheid variables. A number of recent works have proposed that noncanonical mass loss can account for the mass discrepancy. This mass loss would be such that a 5 M·, star loses
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