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1 27 Starbursts and Extragalactic Star Forming Regions Starburst Galaxies Starburst galaxies are another extreme environment for star formation. Their star formation rate is several magnitudes larger than in our own Galaxy. So if the thermal Jeans mass is of any importance for a characteristic stellar mass, the heating from the unusually strong star formation should give preference to more massive stars. The starburst galaxy M 82 has been the prime example for a top heavy IMF for 20 years .
Starburst Galaxies: Near and Far: Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Ringberg Castle, Germany, 10–15 September 2000 by George H. Rieke (auth.), Dr. Linda Tacconi, Dr. Dieter Lutz (eds.)