By Donald W. Hoard
Written by means of chosen astronomers on the vanguard in their fields, this well timed and novel e-book compiles the newest effects from learn on white dwarf stars, complementing current literature by way of targeting attention-grabbing new advancements in our realizing of the atmospheric and circumstellar environments of those stellar remnants. whole with an intensive refresher at the observational features and actual foundation for white dwarf category, it is a must-have source for researchers attracted to the past due levels of stellar evolution, circumstellar airborne dirt and dust and nebulae, and the way forward for our personal sunlight approach.
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Acknowledgments It is my pleasure to thank Jay Holberg for useful discussions about hot DA stars and Patrick Dufour for discussions regarding hot DQ stars. I would also like to thank Klaus Werner for providing temperature data on hot non-DA stars in advance of publication. This work was supported by NSF grant AST1008845, and in part by NSF grant AST807892, both for Villanova University. A. (2009) Mon. Not. R. Astron. , 396, 759. G. (2005) Astron. , 435, 631. D. (2009) Astrophys. , 704, 1605. A.
An added windfall is the availability of ultra-sophisticated model atmosphere codes (e. 8 Conclusion should also serve to enhance the quantitative analyses shedding light on the formation and spectral evolution of hot degenerate stars. Acknowledgments It is my pleasure to thank Jay Holberg for useful discussions about hot DA stars and Patrick Dufour for discussions regarding hot DQ stars. I would also like to thank Klaus Werner for providing temperature data on hot non-DA stars in advance of publication.