3 edition of Active OB-Stars found in the catalog.
|Statement||Astronomical Society of the Pacific|
|Publishers||Astronomical Society of the Pacific|
|LC Classifications||March 30, 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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Coralie Neiner, Gregg Wade, Georges Meynet, Geraldine Peters Ed. Mass-loss rates determined from X-ray line profiles are not sensitive to density-squared clumping effects, and indicate mass-loss rate reductions of factors of 3 to 6 over traditional diagnostics that suffer from density-squared effects.
A correlation of the strength of the mixing signature with the presence of magnetic fields is found.
Member, USC Active OB-Stars WiSE Committee, 2011-2012• A three-dimensional map of OB star density within 500 pc of the Sun. However for the VHE 0. In conjunction with low rotation velocities this implies that magnetic breaking is Active OB-Stars efficient for the spin-down of some massive stars. 246 3 0 a OB stars 246 3 0 a Proceedings of the 272nd Symposium of the International Astronomical Union held in Paris, France, July 19-23, 2010 260 a Cambridge, U.
I demonstrate that the model can furnish a good fit to the photometric, spectroscopic and magnetic variability exhibited by this star, and argue that the variability of other helium-strong stars may be amenable to a similar interpretation.
If you wish to use our and mail or fax it to us, you will need to include your email address on this form in order to receive electronic access to the purchased volume s. ; Domiciano de Souza, A. is one of the OB associations present in the. And their shapes provide information about wind absorption, and thus about the wind mass-loss rates.
And their shapes provide information about wind absorption, and thus about the wind mass-loss rates.
Coralie Neiner, Gregg Wade, Georges Meynet, Geraldine Peters Ed.
In contrast to their classical ideal as constant, spherical, radiative envelopes, the hot, luminous, OB-type stars often exhibit signatures of activity, with associated variability and structure on a range of temporal and spatial scales.