Stellar chromospheres
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Stellar chromospheres proceedings. Edited by S.D. Jordan and E.H. Avrett. Prepared by Goddard Space Flight Center. by International Astronomical Union Colloquium Goddard Space Flight Center 1972

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SeriesNASA SP -- 317
ContributionsAvrett, E.H., Jordan, Stuart D., Goddard Space Flight Center.
LC ClassificationsQB809 I57 1972
The Physical Object
Number of Pages318
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21858300M

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STELLAR CHROMOSPHERES, NASA SP Paperback – January 1, by E. H. JORDAN, S. D.; AVRETT (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" — Manufacturer: National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Get this from a library! Stellar chromospheres: proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Colloquium held at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, February , [Stuart D Jordan; Eugene H Avrett; International Astronomical Union. Colloquium; Goddard Space Flight Center.]. Volume 1: The global properties of stars and the observational techniques used to determine them are examined in an introduction for undergraduate students. Chapters are devoted to stellar positions, proper motions, brightness, color-magnitude diagrams, luminosities, angular radii, and effective temperatures. Also considered are stellar masses and radii, spectral classification, population II Cited by: 1. Observations indicating the presence of stellar chromospheres, that is hot envelopes around stars are summarized. Undisputed indicators (called type I) for hot stellar envelopes are spectral lines of highly ionized atoms, Fe ii emission lines and flares in late type stars and the presence of the He i Å line. Whether indicators (called type II) like emission cores in the Ca ii H and K and.

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