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Recently obtained spectroscopic observations indicating mass loss in cool stars are reviewed with analogies to the solar atmosphere. Spectral diagnostics of mass loss are discussed with new theoretical calculations of chromospheric line profiles. A general picture of mass loss from cool stars is developed and related to chromospheric and coronal emissions measured by IUE and the HEAO-2 Observatory. These winds range in characteristics from the hot (10 K) and fast wind with low mass loss founddoi:10.1146/annurev.aa.24.090186.002113 fatcat:bbd53mholrbntghm27o74f6w6m