The detailed study of radio emission from stars is just beginning as this is being written in 1972. For this reason the reader should view this chapter as a description of the pre-history of the subject. Accordingly, the approach will be historical and will deal primarily with the observations.
KeywordsSpectral Index Brightness Temperature Radio Emission Radio Source Radio Astronomy
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