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Binary and multiple stars as tracers of stellar evolution

proceedings of the 69th Colloquium of the International Astronomical Union, held in Bamberg, F.R.G., August 31-September 3, 1981
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Statementedited by Zdenek Kopal and Jürgen Rahe.
SeriesAstrophysics and space science library ;, v. 98
ContributionsKopal, Zdenĕk, 1914-, Rahe, Jürgen.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQB806 .I57 1981
The Physical Object
Paginationxxx, 503 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3489329M
ISBN 109027714363
LC Control Number82009036

Binary and Multiple Stars as Tracers of Stellar Evolution: "Proceedings of the 69th Colloquium of the International Astronomical Union, Held in (Astrophysics and Space Science Library) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. EditionFormat: Paperback. Book Title Binary and Multiple Stars as Tracers of Stellar Evolution Book Subtitle Proceedings of the 69th Colloquium of the International Astronomical Union, Held in Bamberg, F.R.G., August 31 – September 3, Editors.

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Zdenek Kopal; Jürgen H. Rahe; Series Title Astrophysics and Space Science Library Series Volume 98 Copyright PublisherBrand: Springer Netherlands.

Binary and Multiple Stars as Tracers of Stellar Evolution Proceedings of the 69th Colloquium of the International Astronomical Union, held in Bamberg, F.R.G., August 31 – September 3, Book-Review - Binary and Multiple Stars as Tracers of Stellar Evolution Article (PDF Available) in Space Science Reviews November with 17 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Book description. Stars are mostly found in binary and multiple systems, with at least 50% of all solar-like stars having companions; this fraction approaches % for the most massive stars. A large proportion of these systems interact and alter the structure and evolution of their components, leading to exotic objects such as Algol variables, blue stragglers and other chemically peculiar stars, but also to.

Book-Review - Binary and Multiple Stars as Tracers of Stellar Evolution Surdin, V. Abstract. Publication: Soviet Astronomy.

Pub Date: August Bibcode: SvAS full text sources. ADS | Associated Works (2) Main Paper; Translation. Multiple star systems can exist in a stable state for millions of years, but can ultimately become unstable as one star grows in radius until it engulfs another. This volume discusses the statistics of binary stars; the evolution of single stars; and several of the most important kinds of interaction between two (and even three or more) s: 3.

Book Review: Binary and Multiple Stars as Tracers of Stellar Evolution Surdin, V. Abstract. Publication: Astronomicheskii Zhurnal. Pub Date: August Bibcode: AZhS No Sources Found.

Associated Works (2) Main Paper Author: V. Surdin. Title: (ebook) Binary and Multiple Stars as Tracers of Stellar Evolution; Author: Zdenek Kopal, Jurgen H. Rahe; Publisher: Springer Netherlands; ISBN: ; Languages: English.

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Teach Astronomy - Distribution of 14, nearby Sun-like stars in spaceThe question of pinpointing the number of binary and multiple star systems is a challenge to observers.

The nearest stars are easiest to observe but give too small a statistical sample to be reliable. Binary and multiple stars as tracers of stellar evolution: proceedings of the 69th Colloquium of the International Astronomical Union, held in Bamberg, F.R.G., August September 3, / edited by Zdenek Kopal and Jürgen Rahe.

Ruffini R. () Binary Stars and SS In: Kopal Z., Rahe J. (eds) Binary and Multiple Stars as Tracers of Stellar Evolution. Astrophysics and Space Science Library (A Series of Books on the Recent Developments of Space Science and of General Geophysics and Astrophysics Published in Connection with the Journal Space Science Reviews), vol   Binary and multiple stars as tracers of stellar evolution: proceedings of the 69th Colloquium of the International Astronomical Union, held in Bamberg, F.R.G., August September 3, Author: Zdeněk Kopal ; Jürgen Rahe.

Description. Stars are mostly found in binary and multiple systems, with at least 50% of all solar-like stars having companions; this fraction approaches % for the most massive stars. A large proportion of these systems interact and alter the structure and evolution of their components, leading to exotic objects such as Algol variables, blue stragglers and other chemically peculiar stars.

Title: Binary and Multiple Stars as Tracers of Stellar Evolution (Book Review) Authors: Warner, B. Journal: Monthly Notes of the Astron. Soc. Southern Africa, Vol. 42, p. 11 Bibliographic Code: MNSSARW. Binary and Multiple Stars as Tracers of Stellar Evolution: Proceedings of the 69th Colloquium of the International Astronomical Union, held in Bamberg, F.R.G., August 31 - September 3, Author: Zdenék Kopal ; Jurgen Rahe.

SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Title: Book-Review - Binary and Multiple Stars as Tracers of Stellar Evolution Authors: Kopal, Z., Rahe, J., & Guinan, E.

Galactic Ecology ISM conditions determine star formation – location, efficiency, metallicity, IMF, angular momentum Stars determine ISM conditions – energy deposition, ionization Stars re-form the ISM – Ejecta: gas, dust, kinetic energy ISM forms a new generation of different stars Galactic evolution and stellar evolution intertwine.

Looking for an inspection copy. This title is not currently available on inspection × ×. Stars are mostly found in binary and multiple systems, with at least 50% of all solar-like stars having companions; this fraction approaches % for the most massive stars.

A large proportion of these systems interact and alter the structure and evolution of their components, leading to exotic objects such as Algol variables, blue stragglers and other chemically peculiar stars, but also to.

Binary stars play a fundamental role in the evolution of globular clusters for at least two important reasons. First, the evolution of stars in binaries, whether in a cluster or in the galactic field, can be very different from the evolution of the same stars in isolation.

The first meeting was organized in and dealt with Variable Stars, the last one was held in and focussed on 'Binary and Multiple Stars as Tracers of Stellar Evolution'. The present conference was organized to commemorate the th anniversary of the birth of Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel, who was born in Minden on Jand died in.

Electronic access to books and articles is now available to purchase. Volume eAccess: $ Field and cluster binaries as tests of stellar evolution: Lastennet, E.; Lejeune, T.; Valls-Gabaud, D. Binary and Multiple Stars in NGC (Tau CMa) Lloyd Evans, T. Old Open Clusters: In view of this embarrassing lack of understanding of one of the most prominent features of stellar existence, it is significant that the development of the theory of the universe of motion provides a detailed account of the origin of these binary and multiple systems, not as something of a separate nature, but as an integral part of the explanation of the stellar evolutionary process.

Aarseth S J Binaries as Tracers of Stellar Formations eds A de Loore C W H and Doom C Structure and Evolution of Single and Binary Stars (Dordrecht Ridgeway S, Jameson R and Richichi A Complementary Approaches to Double and Multiple Star Research (IAU Colloq. ) (ASP Conf. Series 32) ed H A Mcalister and W I.

Structure, kinematics and dynamics of star clusters and star-forming regions; stellar binary populations; blue stragglers and other objects at the interface of stellar evolution and stellar dynamics; formation of binary stars; stellar angular momentum evolution.

Iain Neill Reid is an astronomer at the Space Telescope Science Institute. ⚫ Studying the stellar clusters and/or groups of stars with different masses, but with the same age.

⚫ Studying the fast and strange phases in stellar lives (e.g. supernovae and novae). ⚫ Through the study of variable pulsating stars, measuring the slow changes in the period of pulsation caused by their evolution.

EVOLUTION OF BINARY AND MULTIPLE STAR SYSTEMS: A MEETING IN CELEBRATION OF PETER EGGLETON'S 60TH BIRTHDAY: PROCEEDINGS HELD IN BORMIO, ITALY, 25 JUNE SOCIETY OF PACIFIC CONFERENCE SERIES By Phillipp Podsiadlowski, Saul Rappaport, Andrew King, Francesca D'antona, Luciano Burderi - Rating: % positive.

This book deals with stars during a short episode before they undergo a ma jor, and fatal, transition. Soon the star will stop releasing nudear energy, it will become a planetary nebula for abrief but poetic moment, and then it will turn into a white dwarf and slowly fade out of sight.

Just before this dramatic change begins the star has reached the highest luminosity and the largest diameter. Book Review: Stellar atmospheres / Springer-Verlag, Binary and Multiple Stars as Tracers of Stellar Evolution. Stellar physics and evolution; Marc Van der Sluys.

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EVOLUTION OF CLOSE BINARY SYSTEMS: OBSERVATIONAL ASPECTS Mirek J. Plavec Department of Astronomy University of California Las Angeles, CA Invited Review presented at the IAU Colloquium No. 69 "BINARY AND MULTIPLE STARS AS TRACERS OF STELLAR EVOLUTION" at the Remeis-Sternwarte in Bamberg, Germany in September Stellar Evolution ; News on the Evolution of Massive Stars / Andre Maeder ; Massive Close Binaries / Dany Vanbeveren ; Massive Single and Binary Star Models: A Comparison / Norbert Langer, Stephan Wellstein and Alexander Heger ; Chemical Evolution of Low- and Intermediate-Mass Stars / Nami Mowlavi ; The Evolution of.

Masses and Radii of Four Very Low-mass Stars in F+M Eclipsing Binary Systems Priyanka Chaturvedi et al. The Astronomical Journal IOPscience.

Stellar Multiplicity Meets Stellar Evolution and Metallicity: The APOGEE View Carles Badenes et al. The Astrophysical Journal IOPscience.