Multiple Stars across the H-R Diagram: Proceedings of the ESO Workshop held in Garching, Germany, 12-15 July 2005 / Edition 1by Swetlana Hubrig
Pub. Date: 11/29/2010
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
This volume presents results from the ESO workshop Multiple Stars across the H-R Diagram, held in Garching in July 2005. It covers observations of multiple stars from ground and space, dynamical and stellar evolution in multiple systems, formation and early evolution of multiple stars, and special components of multiple stars. The book reviews the current state of… See more details below
This volume presents results from the ESO workshop Multiple Stars across the H-R Diagram, held in Garching in July 2005. It covers observations of multiple stars from ground and space, dynamical and stellar evolution in multiple systems, formation and early evolution of multiple stars, and special components of multiple stars. The book reviews the current state of observational and theoretical knowledge and discusses future studies for further progress in the field.
Table of Contents
Evolutionary Processes in Multiple Systems.- Dynamics and Stability of Triple Stars.- Multiple Stars: Physics vs. Dynamics.- Gliese 225.2: an Old (Stable?) Quadruplet.- Multiple Stars: Designation, Catalogues, Statistics.- Radial-velocity studies of certain multiple systems.- Spectral Disentangling Applied to Triple Systems: RV Crt.- Evidence for Rapid Variability in the Multiple System 68 u Her.- DG Leo: a triple system with a surprising variety of physical phenomena.- A Spectroscopic Study of HD 208905.- The Suspected Binarity of the Nearby Flare Star Gl 424.- The Ecology of Dense Star Clusters with Binaries.- The Formation of Multiple Stars.- Population of Dynamically Formed Triples in Dense Stellar Systems.- Interferometric studies of multiple stars.- Interferometric orbits of new Hipparcos binaries.- New facts about Velorum: fewer but larger components.- Speckle Interferometry of Two Low-mass Triple Systems in the Solar Neighbourhood.- Tertiary Companions to Close Spectroscopic Binaries.- Spectroscopic Subcomponents in Visual Double Stars: the Most Probable Values of their Physical and Orbital Parameters. Application to the System WDS 14404+2159.- Multiple Stars in the Field.- Multiplicity of chemically peculiar stars.- Multiplicity of Contact Binary Stars.- Extrasolar Planets in Double and Multiple Stellar Systems.- Homogeneous comparison of directly detected planet candidates: GQ Lup, 2M1207, AB Pic.- Searching for planets around stars in wide binaries.- Multiplicity at the very low mass end of the H-R diagram.- Spectroscopic companions of very young brown dwarfs.- The observed multiplicity of low-mass stars: from embedded protostars to open clusters.- High-order multiplicity of PMS stars: results from a VLT/NACO survey.- Accretion onto Binary YSOs through Gap from Their Circum-binary Disk.- The Nearest Pre-Main Sequence Multiple Stars.- A study of the young quadruple system AO Vel with a ZAMS eclipsing BpSi primary and PMS companions.- Multiplicity of massive stars.- The triple system 1 OrionisA in the heart of the Orion Trapezium Cluster.- The Primordial Binary Population in OB Associations.- Multiplicity of early-type stars in the eld: progress report.- Search for low-mass companions to X-ray emitting A-type stars.
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