Be STARS / Edition 1

Be STARS / Edition 1

by Carlos Jaschek

ISBN-10: 9027713677

ISBN-13: 9789027713674

Pub. Date: 12/31/1981

Publisher: Springer Netherlands

Product Details

Springer Netherlands
Publication date:
International Astronomical Union Symposia Series, #98
Edition description:
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1982
Product dimensions:
1.10(w) x 9.21(h) x 6.14(d)

Table of Contents

I. Photometry.- 1. Some Photometric Characteristics of Be Stars (Review paper).- 2. A Study of Be Star Variability.- 3. Composite Colour-Magnitude and Colour-Colour Diagrams for Be Stars in Open Clusters.- 4. Statistical Analysis of the Data Available for Be Stars.- 5. Absolute Magnitudes and Intrinsic Colours of Non-Supergiant Be Stars.- 6. Luminosity Classification of Be Stars by Balmer Line Narrow Band Photometry.- 7. Long-Term Variation of Be Stars on the Color-Magnitude Diagram.- 8. The Vatican Emission Star Survey: Review and Comments.- 9. Light Variations in Several Broad-Lined B Stars.- 10. Correlations between BCD Parameters of the Continuous Spectrum and the Balmer Decrement of Be Stars.- 11. Intrinsic Reddening of Be Stars and its Relation with H? Emission Intensities.- 12. BCD Spectrophotometry of the Be-Shell Star 88 Her.- 13. Correlation between Spectrum Characteristics and Photometric Behaviour of Be Stars.- 14. Optical Variations of the Be Star HDE 245770/A 0535+26.- II. Polarization.- 15. Polarimetry and Physics of Be Star Envelopes (Review paper).- 16. Simultaneous Spectroscopic and Polarimetric Observations of— Aqr.- 17. The Strongly Polarized P Cygni Star with Infrared Excess CPD -52° 9243.- 18. Polarization in Peculiar Emission-Line Objects.- III. Spectroscopy.- 19. Spectroscopic Observations of Be Stars in the Photographic and Visual Regions (Review paper).- 20. Statistical Properties of Be Stars.- 21. Results of a New Survey for Early-Type Emission Stars.- 22. Observation de la Raie Ha dans les Etoiles Be.- 23. On the Radiation Deficiency of Shell Stars in the Balmer Continuum.- 24. Intensifier-Dissector-Scanner Observations of the Bright Northern Be Stars.- 25. Optical Spectroscopy of HD 102567 (4U1145–61).- 26. Search of Long-Period Radial Velocity Variations in Some Be Stars.- 27. Spectroscopic Study of Pleione in 1977–1979.- 28. An Unusually Stable and Short Spectroscopic Period of the Be Star 28 CMa.- 29. The Variable Shell Phase of HD 184279 between 1976 and 1980.- 30. A Spectrographs Study of the Shell Star EW Lac.- 31. A Preliminary Report on Simultaneous Ultraviolet and Optical Observations of Lambda Eridani.- 32. Radial Velocity Variations in 69 Orionis.- 33. On Periodic Variations in the Spectrum of the B0e Star X Persei Associated with the X-Ray Source 3U 0352+30.- 34. Recent Changes of the Be Star HD 58050.- 35. R81: P Cygni of the LMC.- 36. On the Problem of the Chemical Composition of— Lyrae.- IV. Infrared Observations.- 37. Spectroscopic Observations of Be Stars Especially in the Infrared.- 38. Le Spectre des Etoiles Oe dans le Rouge et le Proche Infrarouge.- 39. Infrared Photometry of Be Stars.- 40. Search for Variability in Near Infrared Fluxes of Peculiar Emission-Line Objects.- 41. Infrared Emission from Four Be Stars Optical Counterparts of Galactic X-Ray Sources.- 42. A Preliminary Digital Analysis of the Spectrum of— Lyrae.- Bibliography and Observing Campaigns.- 43. Introductory Talk: Bibliography of Be Stars.- 44. A Catalogue of Be Stars.- 45. A Catalogue of Ha Observations.- 46. An Observing Campaign for Systematic Photoelectric Observations of Bright Be Stars.- 47. Spectroscopic Observing Campaign.- V. Rotation and Binarity.- 48. Rotation, Expansion and Duplicity of Be Stars (Review paper).- 49. The Evolution of Rapidly Rotating B/Be Stars.- 50. Determination of the Inclination of Rotational Axes and Rotational Velocity from the Line Profiles of Rotating Stars.- 51. Be Stars as Interacting Binaries.- 52. Radial-Velocity and Photometric Variations of o And: Critical Evaluation of Possible Periods.- 53. Rotational Velocity versus Mass Loss in Be Stars.- VI. X-Ray Observations.- 54. X-Ray Observations of Be Stars (Review paper).- 55. Be Components in X-Ray Binaries.- 56. Are Classical Be Stars Sources of Hard X-Rays?.- VII. UV Observations and Mass Loss.- 57. Ultraviolet Observations, Stellar Winds, and Mass Loss for Be Stars (Review paper).- 58. Stellar Winds and Mass-Loss Rates from Be Stars.- 59. Variation of Anomalous Stages of Ionization with Spectral Type for Be Stars.- 60. Mass Loss from— Aquarii.- 61. The Expanding Atmosphere of HD 218393.- 62. The Peculiar Be Star HD 87643.- 63. Evidence for Mass Loss at Polar Latitudes in— Ori and 66 Oph.- 64. Ultraviolet Observations of Interacting Binary Be Stars.- 65. Recent Changes in the Ultraviolet Spectrum of the Be Star HR 2855.- 66. The Active UV Phase of 59 Cyg.- 67. Far-Ultraviolet Colors of B Stars with and without Emission Lines.- 68. The Problem of X Persei.- 69. The Spectrum of HD 51585 in the Blue and in the Ultraviolet.- 70. UV Observations of— Cas: Intermittent Mass-Loss Enhancement.- 71. IUE Observations of 17 Lep (HD 41511).- 72. Simultaneous IUE Ground-Based Spectroscopic Observations of the Variable LMC Star R71.- 73. Spectral Energy Distribution (119–685 nm) in 16 Shell Stars and a Tentative Model for Accreting Be Stars.- VIII. Atmospheric Models.- 74. Model Atmospheres of Be Stars (Review paper).- 75. Hydrodynamical Models of Rotating Magnetic Winds.- 76. Gross Structural Pattern for the Atmospheres of Be, and Some Closely Related, Stars.- 77. Theoretical Surface Brightness Distributions and Continuum Polarization of Rapidly Rotating B Stars.- 78. On the Balmer Progression Phenomena in Be Stars.- 79. On the Spectrum of the Herbig Be Star HD 200775.- 80. Spectroscopic Investigations of Herbig-Ae-Be-Stars.- Summary Talk.- 81. The Continuing Saga of the Be Stars.- Author’s Index.

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