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Expanding atmospheres in OB supergiants

J. B. Hutchings

Expanding atmospheres in OB supergiants

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Published by Blackwell Scientific Publications in Oxford [Eng.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Supergiant stars.,
  • Stars -- Atmospheres.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statement[by] J. B. Hutchings.
    SeriesContributions from the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory, Victoria, B.C. ;, no. 132, 135, 138
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQB4 .V48 no. 132, etc.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4060549M
    LC Control Number79550683

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Adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. Expanding atmospheres in OB supergiants - V.

The ultra-violet resonance lines and radiative acceleration in the Orion supergiants. Authors: Hutchings, J. Publication: Monthly Notices of Expanding atmospheres in OB supergiants book Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. Vol.p. - (MNRAS Homepage) Publication Date.

@article{osti_, title = {Copernicus ultraviolet spectra of OB supergiants with strong stellar winds}, author = {Hutchings, J B}, abstractNote = {Spectral scans at approximately A resolution have been obtained in the far-ultraviolet of eight stars which have high mass-loss rates from stellar winds.

The P Cygni characteristics of the line profiles appear to vary inversely as the mass. SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Title: Expanding atmospheres in OB supergiants-I Authors: Hutchings, J.

Journal: Expanding atmospheres in OB supergiants book Notices of the Expanding atmospheres in OB supergiants book Astronomical Society, Vol. p Bibliographic Code: MNRASH. Title: Expanding atmospheres in OB supergiants - V. The ultra-violet resonance lines and radiative acceleration in the Orion supergiants.

The ultra-violet resonance lines and radiative acceleration in the Orion supergiants. UV and optical quantitative spectroscopy of early B-type supergiants in M 33 Article (PDF Available) in Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union January with 20 Reads.

the extended atmospheres, we compared our observational results to predictions by available hydrostatic PHOENIX, available 3-D convection, and new 1-D self-excited pulsation models of RSGs. near-infrared flux spectra of V Car, HDand HD are well reproduced by the PHOENIXmodel atmo-Cited by: The most massive blue supergiants are too luminous to retain an extensive atmosphere and they never expand into a red supergiant.

The dividing line is approximately 40 M ☉, although the coolest and largest red supergiants develop from stars with initial masses of 15–25 M ☉.

Summary. HD is a WN 7 star without Of-type central absorption lines. It is located near the young open cluster NGC in the core of Expanding atmospheres in OB supergiants book association Expanding atmospheres in OB supergiants book OB 1. Photographic coude' spectroscopy, scanner spectrophotometry and photoelectric narrow-band photometry are used to analyse the nature of the star.

Radial velocities of emission lines and He ii, N m-v violet shifted absorption. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.

Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. In This Section You should know» Red Giant Star - a luminous giant star of low or intermediate mass (roughly solar masses) that is in a late phase of stellar evolution.

Supergiant stars occupy the top region of the H-R diagram and are usually classed as either "Red" or "Blue" Supergiants. In Schaerer et al. (, Paper I) we have presented the first ``combined stellar structure and atmosphere models'' (CoStar) for massive stars, which consistently treat the entire mass loosing star from the center out to the outer region of the stellar wind.

The models use up-to-date input physics and state-of-the-art techniques to model both the stellar interior and the spherically expanding. According to theories of model stellar atmospheres only stars of spectral types from O to about B3 may be expected to be bright in the ultraviolet-wavelength region.

Observations of the strong resonance lines between and A will yield new information permitting construction of better Expanding atmospheres in OB supergiants book for the outermost layers of OB by: 3. to spatially resolve stellar atmospheres and extract the dynamical information at each position over the star and the atmosphere — just Expanding atmospheres in OB supergiants book observations of the Sun.

Mass loss from red supergiants Although massive stars are short-lived and rare in number, they have a. Rho Cassiopeiae is an F-type hypergiant and one of the most luminous known stars in the Galaxy.

Although dimmed by two magnitudes as a result of interstellar dust, it still shines at near-fourth magnitude from an immense distance in the constellation distended surface reaches out 40% further than the orbit of Mars.

Astronomers have created the first detailed image that shows the true nature of the surface of Antares, producing the first-ever map of the red supergiant’s atmosphere.

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Blue Supergiants. Blue supergiant stars are scientifically known as OB supergiants, and generally have luminosity classifications of I, and spectral classifications of B9 or earlier.

Blue supergiant stars are typically larger than the Sun, but smaller than red supergiant stars, and fall into a mass range of between 10 and solar masses. X-ray emission lines in spectra of OB supergiants Over the last decade, the analysis of emission lines observed in X-ray spectra has become a common tool for stellar wind studies.

The profile of an emission line originating from an optically thin expanding shell was derived by Macfarlane etal. It was. A hypergiant is a very rare kind of star that has an extremely high luminosity and mass loss by stellar winds.

The term hypergiant is defined as luminosity class 0 in the MKK system. However, this is rarely seen in the literature or in published spectral classifications, except for specific well-defined groups such as the yellow hypergiants, RSG, or blue B supergiants with emission spectra.

More commonly. Supergiants are among the most massive and most luminous stars. Supergiant stars occupy the top region of the Hertzsprung–Russell diagram with absolute visual magnitudes between about −3 and −8. The temperature range of supergiant stars spans from about 3, K to o K. Red Giants and Supergiants Two stars at the same spectral type, say type G, can have quite different brightnesses.

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Blue Supergiants. These stars are also rare, spectral type OB. Their temperatures are around K to K, and luminosities around to 1 million times that of the Sun. They have a mass of around 20 to that of our sun and live very short lives, around 10 million years.

in the 3D CO5BOLD models of AGB stars are roughly spherically expanding and of similar nature to those of self-excited pulsations in 1D CODEX models. Unlike for red supergiants, the pulsation- and shock-induced dynamics can levitate the molecular atmospheres of Mira variables to extensions that are consistent with observations.

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