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Stellar feedback in the multi-phase interstellar medium

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The interstellar medium drives galaxy formation and outflows. Its multi-phase structure is set by gravitation, cooling and chemistry as well as “feedback”, mostly form massive stars. I will present results from recent simulations with a well resolved interstellar medium and discuss the impact of stellar winds, ionising radiation, and supernova explosions on setting the ISM structure and the initial driving of galactic outflows.

This talk is part of the Institute of Astronomy Galaxies Discussion Group series.

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