Ultraviolet Properties of the Symbiotic Stars
Prior to the launch of the IDE satellite in early 1978, the only symbiotic star previously detected in the ultraviolet by earlier UV satellites, such as the OAO-2, TD-1 and ANS experiments, was AG Pegasi = HD 207757 (Gallager et al. 1979). These broad-band observations indicated that the symbiotics as a class may show a significant ultraviolet flux and thus they became natural candidates for a survey with the IUE satellite. The following is an interim report on a survey of the symbiotics, both at low and, for AG Pegasi and CH Cygni, at high resolution.
KeywordsEmission Line High Resolution Spectrum Symbiotic Star Infrared Flux Ultraviolet Property
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