The Second Conference on Faint Blue Stars
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The Second Conference on Faint Blue Stars by D. S. Hayes

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Published by L. Davis Press .
Written in English

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  • Astronomy - General,
  • Science

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Edition Notes

ContributionsA. G. Davis Philip (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages700
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9359227M
ISBN 100933485077
ISBN 109780933485075

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» Second Conference on Faint Blue Stars. IAU Colloquia IAUC Second Conference on Faint Blue Stars. Start date/time. June 1, End date/time. June 5, Place. Tucson, AZ, United States. Tweet. Follow the IAU on social media. IAU Strategic Plan – IAU Code of . The US catalogs can therefore provide well-defined complete samples of starlike objects with colors bluer and/or more ultraviolet than halo F/G subdwarfs and main-sequence A stars. Publication: IAU Colloq. Second Conference on Faint Blue StarsAuthor: K. J. Mitchell, S. B. Howell, P. D. Usher. Recent observational and theoretical investigations of young normal B stars at great distances from the Galactic plane are reviewed. The spectroscopic evidence for their normality is summarized; subluminous and normal-luminosity theoretical models are briefly characterized; the significance of results from Monte Carlo simulations is indicated; and the types of observations required to clarify Author: William Tobin. Theoretical models and observations of faint blue stars (FBSs) are reviewed, with an emphasis on pioneering studies and the author's own experience. Consideration is given to early studies of white dwarfs and FBSs (before ), the horizontal branch in globular clusters, and the varieties of : Jesse L. Greenstein.

Dupuis, J., Pelletier, C., Fontaine, G., and Wesemael, F. , in IAU Colloqu The Second Conference on Faint Blue Stars, eds. A.G.D. Philip, D.S. Hayes, and Cited by: 1. SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Title: Radiation from accretion disks Authors: Shaviv, G. & Wehrse, R. Journal: The Second Conference on Faint Blue Stars. The Second Conference on Faint Blue Stars: International Astronomical Union Colloquium no. 95, held in Tucson, Arizona, June, A. G. Davis Philip, Donald Scott Hayes, James William Liebert. Title: Book Review: The third conference on faint blue stars / L. Davis Press, Book Authors: Philip, A. G. Davis; Liebert, J. W.: Publication: The Observatory.

AASlatex, 9 pages, no figures - Invited Review presented at the Third Conference on Faint Blue Stars, Schenectady (NY), october , Subjects: Astrophysics (astro-ph) Report number: BAP OAB: Cite as: arXiv:astro-ph/ (or arXiv:astro-ph/v1 for this version)Author: Flavio Fusi Pecci, Michele Bellazzini. Michaud, G. , in IAU Colloquium n° 95; The Second Conference on Faint Blue Stars, A.G.D. Philip, D.S. Hayes and J. Liebert, eds., L. David Press, Schenectady, p. Google Scholar Michaud, G., Charland, Y., Vauclair, S. and Vauclair, G. , by: Pursuant to the discovery that the horizontal branches of some globular clusters exhibit very blue tails, attention is given to the instability that has been found at the end of central He-burning: here, a large increase in the size of the convective core gives rise to He-spikes sometimes called 'breathing pulses'. Semiconvection is presently adopted as a basis for this type of instability Author: Vittoria Caloi. The Second Conference on Faint Blue Stars, Proceedings of IAU Colloq. 95, held in Tucson, Arizona, June , , Edited by A. G. Davis Philip, D. S. Hayes, and James W. Liebert. Schenectady: L. Davis Press, , p