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Massive stars in binary systems can generate X-ray emission in the region between the two stars where stellar winds collide. Colliding wind X-ray emission acts as an in-situ probe of important wind parameters like mass-loss rates, chemical abundances, wind velocities, and possibly magnetic field strengths. Variations in observed colliding-wind X-ray emission can be produced by the changing line-of-sight to the colliding wind region as the stars move in orbit and/or the changing emission measuredoi:10.1017/s007418090021173x fatcat:xfysxzcoije6jgdwajrqnyimnq