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Analysis of the IUE spectra of the strongly interacting binary beta lyrae
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|Statement||principal investigator: George E. McCluskey, Jr.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-194118., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-194118.|
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We analyze IUE spectra of the star Ori. Together with previously obtained visible spectra, they have allowed the wavelength range from to Å to be studied. Atmospheric parameters of the star were refined: logg=(1), T eff=() K, and ξt=15(5) km s−1. We measured the equivalent widths of ∼ lines and used them to compute the chemical . In uncorrected spectra (Fig 1B), the nm/nm ratios vary from to The same spectra following light scattering correction (Fig 1C) show a consistent nm/nm ratio of about , as expected for purified capsid protein. The slight mismatches in the spectra indicate that the Rayleigh approximation does not perfectly account for.
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Analysis of the IUE spectra of the strongly interacting binary beta Lyrae: NTRS Full-Text: View Document [PDF Size: MB]: Author and Affiliation:Author: George E. Mccluskey. Get this from a library. Analysis of the IUE spectra of the strongly interacting binary beta lyrae: final report.
[G E McCluskey; United States. Analysis of the IUE spectra of the strongly interacting binary beta Lyrae. By Jr. George E. Mccluskey. Since beta Lyrae has been observed with the International Ultraviolet Explorer (IUE) satellite.
We have constructed ultraviolet light curves from the IUE archival data for comparison with the OAO-A2 : Jr. George E. Mccluskey. Analysis of the IUE spectra of the strongly interacting binary beta Lyrae. resolution spectra of the interacting Algol-type binary U Sagittae have been obtained with the IUE.
We present the evolutionary track of Beta Lyrae (β Lyr), an interacting eclipsing binary star, with orbital rotation period of days, with one component known as the B-emission (Be) star. NASA Research Grant on "Analysis of the IUE Spectra of the Strongly Interacting Binary Beta Lyrae" Guest Investigator, IUE Satellite (56 hours), NASA Research Grants on "Ultraviolet Line Emitting Plasma in Algol-type Binaries" "Extended Atmospheric Structure of the KO III Giant in the Binary AL Velorum".
We analyze both long and short high resolution ultraviolet spectrum of Beta Lyrae eclipsing binary sys-tem observed with the International Ultraviolet Explorer (IUE.
An analysis of 19 published radial-velocity measurements of the broad H I and He I lines during the period indicates that Theta CrB may be a long-period spectroscopic binary. The eclipsing and strongly interacting binary star system R Arae (HD ) is in a very active and very short-lived stage of its evolution.
R Ara consists of. The ultraviolet spectrum of beta Lyrae observed with the S 2/68 experiment aboard the TD 1 satellite has been compared with the spectra of several. 1. Introduction. Beta Lyrae is the pro-totype for a close eclipsing variable binary star system. The Beta Lyrae system has evolved non conservatively during its 32 million year lifetime (DeGreve and Linnell, ).The two stars of this binary are in a circular orbit with a separation of 55–60 R ⊙.The orbital period is approximately days, but the period is.
The interacting binary system of Beta Lyrae is studied by means of a detailed analysis of the UV emission lines observed with IUE, and its wind.
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The spectrum of Beta Lyrae from about to A taken with the Balloon-borne ultraviolet Stellar Spectrograph experiment in May at phase P is analyzed. The eclipsing and strongly interacting binary star system R Arae (HD ) is in a very active and very short-lived stage of its evolution.
Curves of beta Lyrae: Comparison of OAO A-2, IUE. Analysis of 6 years of multi-bandpass photoelectric photometry of Beta Lyrae indicates that systematic changes in light curves occur with a characteristic period of ≃ ± 25 days.
These changes may arise from pulsations of the I star or. Spectropolarimetry of Beta Lyrae: Constraining the Location of the Hot Spot and Jets Jamie R. Lomax1 and Jennifer L.
Hoffman1 1 University of Denver, Denver, CO, USA Abstract: Beta Lyrae is an eclipsing, semi-detached binary system whose state of active mass transfer can reveal details of the nonconservative evolution of binary stars. Variable stars are generally analysed using photometry, spectrophotometry and ements of their changes in brightness can be plotted to produce light regular variables, the period of variation and its amplitude can be very well established; for many variable stars, though, these quantities may vary slowly over time, or.
Beta Decay 2 with the Tables for the Analysis of Beta Spectra produced by the National Bureau of Standards. The notes on beta spectra that accompany the table are excellent.
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Beta Lyrae orbital phase spectra - posted in Observational Astrophysics: Just finished a month long project collecting spectra of the eclipsing binary Beta Lyrae. Fascinating changes in the spectra as the star goes through primary and secondary eclipses. I dont pretend to understand all that is happening in the spectra, but rewarding all the same.Algol, Beta Lyrae, and W Serpentis: Some New Results for Three Well Studied Eclipsing Binaries.
Light Curve Analysis and Evolutionary Status of the RS CVn type Eclipsing Binary RZ Eridani. Pages Possibly a Strongly Interacting Binary.