The AGB Newsletter invites contributions related to Asymptotic Giant Branch
stars and less and more luminous red giants and supergiants; dealing with their structure, behaviour, evolution or mass loss, with their impact on the dynamical and chemical evolution of galaxies or their use as tracers of intermediate-age populations. To help understand "AGB" stars (in the widest sense of the word) and their roles in the galactic ecology, we also welcome contributions on all
associated phenomena such as post-AGB evolution, Planetary Nebulae, white
dwarf mass functions, AGB Manqué stars, relevant nuclear, astrochemical and mineralogical processes, et cetera, as well as contributions on first ascent Red Giant Branch stars and massive red supergiants (and their effects on their subsequent fate) that are similar to AGB stars.
Contributions may include papers submitted or accepted for publication in
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The editors: Jacco van Loon
(Keele University, UK), Ambra Nanni (Warsaw, Poland) and Albert Zijlstra
(The University of Manchester, UK)
The editorial board and organising committee of the IAU working group:
Marcelo Miguel Miller Bertolami, Carolyn Doherty, JJ Eldridge, Anibal García-Hernández, Josef Hron, Biwei Jiang, Tomasz Kamiński, John Lattanzio, Emily Levesque, Maria Lugaro, Keiichi Ohnaka, Gioia Rau (Chair), Jacco van Loon
Next issue: 1 February 2023
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