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Meter- to Millimeter Emission from Cool Stellar Systems: Latest Results, Synergies Across the Spectrum, and Outlook for the Next Decade

Jan Forbrich, Peter K. G. Williams, Emily Drabek-Maunder, Ward Howard, Moira Jardine, Lynn Matthews, Sofia Moschou, Robert Mutel, Luis Quiroga-Nuñez, Joseph Rodriguez, Jackie Villadsen, Andrew Zic, Rachel Osten, Edo Berger, Manuel Güdel

Published 2018-11-08Version 1

Radio observations of cool stellar systems provide unique information on their magnetic fields, high-energy processes, and chemistry. Buoyed by powerful new instruments (e.g. ALMA, JVLA, LOFAR), advances in related fields (e.g., the Gaia astrometric revolution), and above all a renewed interest in the relevant stellar astrophysics, stellar radio astronomy is experiencing a renaissance. In this splinter session, participants took stock of the present state of stellar radio astronomy to chart a course for the field's future.

Comments: Splinter session summary, to appear in the proceedings of the 20th Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun (ed. S. J. Wolk)
Categories: astro-ph.SR
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