By Armin J. Deutsch (auth.), Margherita Hack (eds.)
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It is in this connection that recent work on OB supergiants is particularly relevant.
Such an assumption implies that the composition of the outer layers of the star has not been changed by the energy-generating nuclear processes in the interior. (iii) What is the origin of the high outwardly directed velocities which are observed? The largest known velocity of expansion is about 2500 km/sec and it is observed in the WC6 star HD 193793. Values of the order of 1000-1600 km/sec occur for many WC and WN stars, while values <: 500 km/sec are found for the sharp-lined WN7 and WN8 stars and at classes WC8 and WC9.
Mass Loss from Stars: Proceedings of the Second Trieste Colloquium on Astrophysics, 12–17 September, 1968 by Armin J. Deutsch (auth.), Margherita Hack (eds.)