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000002709 100__ $$aMayer, A.
000002709 245__ $$aWinds of Binary AGB Stars as Observed by Herschel
000002709 260__ $$c2015
000002709 520__ $$aWe present Herschel/PACS observations of the large-scale environments of binary AGB stars as part of the Mass-loss of Evolved StarS (MESS) sample. From the literature we found 18 of the objects to be members of physically bound multiple systems. Several show a large-scale far-IR emission which differs significantly from spherical symmetry. A probable cause is the gravitational force of the companion on the stellar AGB wind and the mass-losing star itself. A spiral pattern is thereby imprinted in the dusty stellar wind. The most remarkable structures are found around o Ceti, W Aquilæ, R Aquarii, and p1 Gruis. The environments of o Cet and W Aql show a spiral pattern while the symbiotic nature of R Aqr is revealed as two opposing arms which reflect a nova outburst. The emission around p1 Gru is dominated by two structures, a disk and an arc, which are presumably not caused by the same companion. We found evidence that p1 Gru is a hierarchical triple system in which a close companion attracts the AGB wind onto the orbital plane and the outer companion forms a spiral arm. These far-IR observations underline the role of a companion as a major external influence in creating asymmetric winds in the AGB phase, even before the star becomes a planetary nebula (PN). 
000002709 700__ $$a Jorissen, A.
000002709 700__ $$a Kerschbaum, F.
000002709 700__ $$a Ottensamer, R.
000002709 700__ $$a Mecina, M.
000002709 700__ $$a Paladini, C.
000002709 700__ $$a Cox, N. L. J.
000002709 700__ $$a Nowotny, W.
000002709 700__ $$a Aringer, B.
000002709 700__ $$a Pourbaix, D.
000002709 700__ $$a Mohamed, S.
000002709 700__ $$a Siopis, C.
000002709 700__ $$a Groenewegen, M. A. T.
000002709 773__ $$c181$$pWhy Galaxies Care about AGB Stars III: A Closer Look in Space and Time$$v497$$y2015
000002709 85642 $$ahttp://esoads.eso.org/abs/2015ASPC..497..181M
000002709 905__ $$apublished in
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