The study of massive stars can help us to understand how the universe has evolved to its current state, as these environments resemble the conditions of the time when the universe was still young. Frank Tramper provides a detailed analysis of such massive stars, which are located in galaxies beyond our own Milky Way, and its two satellite dwarf galaxies, the Magellanic Clouds.
F. Tramper, The Properties of Low-metallicity Massive Stars.
Prof. A. de Koter
Prof. L. Kaper
Dr H Sana
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