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In principle, such winds can be driven by radiation pressure. The quantitative analysis of stellar-wind spectra requires adequate modeling of expanding stellar atmospheres. The evolution of massive stars and their final fate depends on their mass loss. This refers especially to the mass that might finally collapse into a Black Hole - i.e. such objects which are observed by gravitational waves when merging.