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Spectroscopic observations of R Virginis

Paul W. Merrill

Spectroscopic observations of R Virginis

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    Statementby Paul W. Merrill and Alfred H. Joy ...
    SeriesContributions from the Mount Wilson Observatory., no. 382
    ContributionsJoy, Alfred H. 1882-1973, joint author.
    LC ClassificationsQB4 .C32 no. 382
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6734936M
    LC Control Number29025185

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SUMMARY. Observations of the spectroscopic binary α Vir have been made with the Narrabri stellar intensity interferometer in and It has been shown that from interferometric observations alone it is possible to find the angular diameter of the primary, the brightness ratio of the components of the binary, the angular size of the semi-major axis of the Cited by: Observations of the spectroscopic binary α Vir have been made with the Narrabri stellar intensity interferometer in and It has been shown that from interferometric observations alone.

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Spectroscopic observations of the Be star φ Tau (HR ), for the period 17–24 January,are reported. Radial velocities of Spectroscopic observations of R Virginis book measured lines seem to indicate that the inner layers of the shell were falling to the stellar surface, while the outer ones were going away.

There are indications about short-term variability of line profiles: a short discussion is carried Cited by: 2. Spica / ˈ s p aɪ k ə /, designated α Spectroscopic observations of R Virginis book (Latinised Spectroscopic observations of R Virginis book Alpha Virginis, abbreviated Alpha Vir, α Vir), is the brightest object in the constellation Virgo and one of the 20 brightest stars in the night is of its parallax shows that it is located ± 10 light years from the Sun.

It is a spectroscopic binary star and rotating ellipsoidal variable; a system whose two stars Constellation: Virgo. R Sct has an intriguing spectroscopic history. The mysterious spectrum of R Sct Visual observations of the spectrum of R Sct were reported by T.

Espin in Monthly Notices of the RAS in Espin com-mented that the bright lines he could see in the spectrum changed as the star varied in brightness.

The first photographic spectro. HY Vir is found to be a double-lined F0m+F5 binary star with relatively shallow ( mag) partial eclipses. Previous studies of the system are improved with differential photometric observations from the URSA WebScope and from the NFO WebScope, and 68 high-resolution spectroscopic observations from the Tennessee State University 2 m automatic.

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The text aims to lead the reader 5/5(2). Eta Virginis (η Virginis, abbreviated Eta Vir, η Vir) is a triple star system in the zodiac constellation of parallax measurements taken during the Hipparcos mission it is about light-years (81 parsecs) from the has a combined apparent visual magnitude ofbright enough to be seen with the naked eye in dark skies.

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More recently, Mello et by: 1.The CRC Handbook of Fundamental Spectroscopic Correlation Charts provides a collection of spectroscopic information and unique correlation charts for use in the interpretation of spectroscopic measurements. The handbook presents useful analysis and assignment of spectra and structural elucidation of organic and organometallic : $The spectroscope used was a small direct- vision compound prism by Browning, the telescope being a refractor of 3-inch aperture.

After some difficulty in getting the object focussed upon the slit of the spectroscope there flashed out three bright bands. They appeared somewhat pyramidal in form, the base being on the south side of the telescopic : Alfred Barrett Biggs.