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The Atmospheres of Early-Type Stars

Proceedings of a Workshop Organized Jointly by the UK SERC's Collaborative Computational Project No. 7 and the Institut für Theoretische Physik und Sternwarte, University of Kiel Held at the University of Kiel, Germany 18–20 September 1991

  • Editors
  • U. Heber
  • C. Simon Jeffery

Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 401)

Table of contents

  1. S. Moehler, K. S. de Boer, U. Heber
    Pages 251-253
  2. J. H. Schmidt, S. Moehler, A. Theissen, K. S. de Boer
    Pages 254-256
  3. J. S. Drilling
    Pages 257-260
  4. Peter Thejll, Franziska Bauer, Rex Saffer, Dietmar Kunze, Harry Shipman, James Liebert
    Pages 261-263
  5. A. Theissen, S. Moehler, J. H. Schmidt, U. Heber
    Pages 264-266
  6. K. Werner
    Pages 273-287
  7. C. Simon Jeffery
    Pages 293-297
  8. Richard E. Dudley, C. Simon Jeffery
    Pages 298-300
  9. R. J. H. McCausland, E. S. Conlon, P. L. Dufton, F. P. Keenan
    Pages 301-304
  10. D. Schonberner, T. Blöcker
    Pages 305-309
  11. Detlev Koester, David Finley
    Pages 314-328
  12. M. A. Barstow, T. A. Fleming, C. J. Diamond, D. S. Finley
    Pages 329-333
  13. David. S. Finley
    Pages 337-339
  14. Keith Butler
    Pages 343-358
  15. A. A. Mihajlov, M. S. Dimitrijević
    Pages 362-364
  16. A. A. Mihajlov, N. N. Ljepojević, M. S. Dimitrijević
    Pages 365-367
  17. Vladimir Krsljanin, Milan S. Dimitrijević
    Pages 371-373
  18. Ivan Hubeny
    Pages 375-392
  19. Werner Schmutz, Daniel Schaerer
    Pages 409-413
  20. Daniel Schaerer, Werner Schmutz
    Pages 414-416
  21. A. E. Lynas-Gray
    Pages 420-424
  22. Dieter Engelhardt, Irmela Bues
    Pages 428-430
  23. Back Matter

About these proceedings

Introduction

These workshop proceedings aim to provide a broad overview of recent developments in the study of hot stars, both from the observational and the theoretical point of view. Included are first results from the Hubble Space Telescope and ROSAT, the effects of non-radial pulsations, mass loss, magnetic fields, and diffusion, as well as modern theoretical methods to treat radiative transfer and compute model atmospheres. Many new results are described, including the discovery of a B star in the halo of M31. Together the reviews provide a general overview of hot-star spectroscopy suitable for preparing advanced lecture courses and as an introductory text for graduate students.

Keywords

Accretion LOPES Variation development galaxy gravity magnetic field photometry planet spectroscopy star stars stellar evolution telescope white dwarf

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-55256-1
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag 1992
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-55256-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-46997-1
  • Series Print ISSN 0075-8450
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-6361
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