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A continuous flow of charged particles from a star.
- ‘They are characterised by high masses, strong stellar winds, and accreting material from the companion star leading to a ‘cocoon’ around the compact source.’
- ‘Such a massive star has strong stellar winds that can clear away the gas around it and form a wind-blown bubble.’
- ‘But if a breeze blows through it - say, a stellar wind from a giant star nearby - the gas is driven outward.’
- ‘The dust needed help coming together fast, in kilometer-wide protoplanets, in the first few million years after a star was born, or the stellar wind would blow it all away.’
- ‘An aging star sheds its outer layers of gas through stellar winds.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.