A Comparison of Rotating and Binary Stellar Evolution Models: Effects on Massive Star Populations

Both rotation and interactions with binary companions can significantly affect massive star evolution, altering interior and surface abundances, mass loss rates and mechanisms, observed temperatures and luminosities, and their ultimate core-collapse fates. The Geneva and BPASS stellar evolution codes include detailed treatments of rotation and binary evolutionary effects, respectively, and can illustrate the impact of these phenomena on massive stars and stellar populations... (read more)

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