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Ultraviolet Spectral Morphology of the O Stars

Space Telescope Science Institute (U.

Ultraviolet Spectral Morphology of the O Stars

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by Space Telescope Science Institute (U.

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SeriesUS Space Telescope Science Institute Preprint Series -- 33
ContributionsWalborn, N., Panek, R.
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Open LibraryOL21750412M

Later on, this light was referred to as "Ultraviolet" light, (Ultra meaning "beyond"). Bactericidal Action of UV In , Downes and Blunt, two English scientists, discovered by chance that sunlight could kill noted that sugar water placed on a window PETl turned cloudy in the shade but remained clear while in the sun. Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) Spectrum of a Star in the Large Magellanic Cloud: The LMC star is Sanduleak The top two panels cover the spectral region from - Å. To obtain this spectrum a special telescope, FUSE, had to be built with very few reflections and with a much more sophisticated detector than was used for Copernicus. This information is contained in Fig. 6, where the logarithm of the flux is plotted as a function of the wavelength. The curves A: 1 and A:2 refer to Aller's model O A-- 6. Ä FIG. Predicted ultraviolet spectra from stellar chromospheres and to the calculation with and without inclusion of the first excited : L. Oster, N.P. Patterson.


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~ ~ The Mg II resonance doublet at and A (3s^S-3p^P°) is the ultraviolet magnesium equivalent of the Ca II resonance doublet at and. THE ULTRAVIOLET SPECTRAL ENERGY DISTRIBUTIONS OF QUIESCENT BLACK HOLES AND NEUTRON STARS R. Hynes1 and E. Robinson2 1 Department of Physics and Astronomy, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LAUSA; [email protected] Stellar Spectral Classification: Gray, Richard O., Corbally, Christopher J Copious figures illustrate the morphology of stellar spectra, and the book incorporates recent discoveries from earth-based and satellite data.

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Metadata Show full item record. by: @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.

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The space-ultraviolet (UV) wavelength region became accessible to spectroscopic observations in the s. At this time, the introduction of the 3-axis star-pointing stabilization system on Aerobee sounding rockets enabled the acquisition of sufficiently deep spectrograms of astronomical objects outside the solar system [].These observations were restricted to bright stars; UV spectra of Author: Claus Leitherer.

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ULTRAVIOLET-VISIBLE REFERENCE SPECTRA The ultraviolet-visible reference spectra presented here were obtained by the use of double-beam spectrophotometers with sample solutions prepared as specified in the individual mono-graphs.

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KUCHINSKI,1 BARRY F. MADORE,2,3 W. FREEDMAN,2 AND M. TREWHELLA1 ReceivedDecember23;acceptedMay8 ABSTRACT We present a quantitative study of the far-ultraviolet (FUV) and optical morphology in 32 nearby.

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