4 edition of Mass-losing pulsating stars and their circumstellar matter found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Y. Nakada, M. Honma, and M. Seki.|
|Series||Astrophysics and space science library ;, v. 283|
|Contributions||Nakada, Y., Honma, M., Seki, M.|
|LC Classifications||QB838 .M37 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2003040011|
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Nakada, M. Honma, M. Seki Hardbound, ISBNMarch For further information about this book series we refer you to the following web File Size: 96KB. We discuss the tracing of star formation histories with ESAs spaceastrometry mission GAIA, emphasizing the advantages of AGB stars for thepurpose.
GAIAs microarcsecond-level astrometry, multi-band photometryand spectroscopy will provide individual distances, motions,Teff, log g and [M/H for vast numbers of AGB stars in theGalaxy and.
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The sheer number of stars in the universe attests to the awesomeness of God's creation. The purpose and features of stars are discussed in this exciting and fascinating book by Dr. Werner Gitt. Learn about topics such as: How are stars different from each other.
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Workshop, Sendai, Japan, May/ Eds. Nakada et. Professor Peter Tuthill is an expert in astrophysical imaging; studying stars and their immediate environments with unprecedented resolution.
After obtaining undergraduate degrees in physics at University of Queensland and the Australian National University, Peter moved to Cambridge University graduating with a PhD in UOA 19 - Physics University of Hertfordshire Mass losing Pulsating Stars and their Circumstellar matter, Sendai, Japan; Optical & Infrared Wide-field Astronomy in Antarctica, Invited Book Chapter(): Astro-Biological Signatures in.
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A yellow hypergiant is a massive star with an extended atmosphere, a spectral class from A to K, and, starting with an initial mass of about 20–60 solar masses, has lost as much as half that mass.
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