Presentation #102.05 in the session ISM/Galaxies.
Stellar winds are an important feedback mechanism in massive star clusters, depositing significant energy to the surrounding medium. X-ray studies of HII regions have demonstrated that the kinetic energy of winds may be lost through a variety of mechanisms, such as leakage, radiative cooling, and dust heating. In this poster, we present an analysis of the deep 2-Ms Chandra X-ray observation of the giant HII region 30 Doradus, with comparison to the new JWST mosaics, revealing a complex structure and the relationship between the stars and multi-phase gas. We assess the conditions of the hot gas to explore the kinetic energy loss channels, setting important constraints on the efficacy of wind feedback.