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Ultraviolet Stellar Spectra and Related Ground-Based Observations (International Astronomical Union Symposia)
December 31, 1899 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||K. Houziaux (Editor), H.E. Butler (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||361|
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Book Title Ultraviolet Stellar Spectra and Related Ground-Based Observations Editors K. Houziaux H. Butler Series Title International Astronomical Union Union. Ultraviolet stellar spectra and related ground-based observations proceedings from IAU Symposium no.
36 held in Lunteren, the Netherlands, Author: Rolf Muller, Leo Houziaux, H. Butler. Wilson R. () Observations of Ultraviolet Stellar Spectra. In: Houziaux L.Butler H. (eds) Ultraviolet Stellar Spectra and Related Ground-Based Cited by: 2.
Feast M. () Review of Ground-Based Observations of Spectra Relevant to the Ultraviolet. In: Houziaux L.Butler H. (eds) Ultraviolet Stellar Author: M.
Feast. De Jager C. () Space and Ground-Based Stellar Spectrophotometry; A Summary. In: Houziaux L. Butler H. (eds) Ultraviolet Stellar Spectra and Related Author: C. De Jager. 1 Based on observations made with the NASA-CNES-CSAFar Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer and data from the MAST archive.
FUSE is operated for NASA by the Johns. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab. The detected stars are also cross-matched with the ground-based photometry of Ferraro et al.
to produce C-M and two-color diagrams covering a Å span in. The SOLar-STellar Irradiance Comparison Experiment (SOLSTICE) on the SOlar Radiation and Climate Experiment (SORCE) observes both the Sun and stars in the.
Ultraviolet observations of mass-loss effects in O stars have, over the past decade, revealed a broad picture of a phenomenon whose extent was only partially evident. Cite this chapter as: Sudbury G.
() Low Resolution Stellar Spectrophotometric Observations in the Region Å Å. In: Houziaux L.Butler H. (eds) Author: G. Sudbury. Handbook of Ultraviolet Spectra, vapor phase. This is the first handbook presenting a comprehensive collection of gasvapor phase UV spectra.
The book also. The WAC images indicated that on average, Mercury has an overall red slope in the VIS to IR range, which is consistent with early ground-based observations Mercurian. new opticalultraviolet counterparts and the spectral energy distributions of nearby, thermally emitting, isolated neutron stars Full Record Other Related Research.
Hence, it is very difficult to determine temperature or total radiation output for very hot stars from ground-based observations of their visiblenear-UV spectra.
By the end of the IUE mission, the archives will contain an extensive data base of ultraviolet spectra for a wide variety of stellar objects. The usefulness of this.
Figure 21 shows IUE spectra of the Orion nebula (a typical H II region) and of the Cygnus Loop supernova remnant. In particular, the abundance of carbon (difficult to.
Template UV-optical spectra of quiescent and starburst galaxies are presented and used to derive K-corrections as a function of morphological type and redshift.
IUE. Visible and Ultraviolet Spectroscopy. Background. An obvious difference between certain compounds is their color. Thus, quinone is yellow; chlorophyll is green; the. The optical spectra are from ground-based observations obtained in apertures that match closely the arcsec² IUE aperture.
The templates of quiescent galaxies. The first frame of 15 seconds duration was heavily overexposed, and good low dispersion spectra were eventually obtained with second exposures.
lithe initial. Request PDF | On Jan 1,Miguel Chávez Dagostino and others published New quests in stellar astrophysics II. Ultraviolet properties of evolved stellar. Spectroscopic observations of a massive star formation in the ultraviolet and their interpretation are reviewed.
After a brief historical retrospective, two. On the other hand, OP models which predict higher effective temperatures will result in a worse fit to the ground-based and UV spectrophotometric observations. The. Such an installation would provide planetary and stellar astronomers with a national facility capable of observations in the entire range from 1 to p above 99.
The emission of the solar transition region is generally of optical-thin far-ultraviolet (FUV) spectral lines, extreme-ultraviolet (EUV) spectral lines and. George R.
Carruthers, in Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology (Third Edition), VI. B Cool Stars. Cool stars, in the temperature range K. abstract "We discuss the outburst of the symbiotic recurrent nova RS Oph using spectra obtained with the International Ultraviolet Explorer satellite and.
Stellar Spectra. Our stellar spectra include two M-stars: AD Leo (MV) and GJ (MVe) (Segura, et al, ), and five others from publications by the VPL. Links to other Astronomy and IDL related sites General IDL Resources General Information about IDL from L3Harris Technologies.
L3Harris Technologies is the. Observations were carried out from April to August Out of 22 stars, 4 stars are in the normal B-phase, 13 stars are in the Be phase and 5 stars are in Be-shell.
For observation of transiting planets, combining this method with simple geometry allows us to relate the timescales obtained to primary and secondary eclipse of the.
journal article: hubble space telescope and optical data on sdssj (ez lyn) one year after outburst. An Atlas of Low-Resolution NIR Spectra of 61 Normal Stars. Torres. - O - M. Ib,III,V. 15A. PASPCDS.
Spectra of 21 late type stars. The EUV reference spectra and related EUV model parameters are based on the measurements and work of H. Hinteregger and his colleagues. The model and reference.
Observations of Ho and He II. Lines in the Spectra of Flares of UV Cet-Type Stars. - The Timescales of Variations in Continuum and Hydrogen Lines During. For this work, I carried out near-coincident observations of oxygen-rich and carbon-rich, semiregular and Mira-type variable asymptotic giant branch (AGB) stars using.
The U. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Also important is the capability for long-duration observations (high Earth orbit), a rapid response to transient events, better multiwavelength coordination by.