Content About: Structure and Evolution of Stars
Rotational modulation and high speed streams in FK Comae Berenices: Evidence for a massive, highly-evolved binary system
Mid-infrared diagnostics of metal-rich H ii regions from VLT and Spitzer spectroscopy of young massive stars in W31
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Goals for the application of high-resolution x-ray spectroscopy to the diagnosis of stellar coronal plasmas
The spectra of Wolf-Rayet stars. I - Optical line strengths and the hydrogen-to-helium ratios in WN type stars
Radio continuum and X-ray properties of the coronae of RS Canum Venaticorum and related active binary systems
Observations of 3C273 with the Goddard High Resolution Spectrograph on the Hubble Space Telescope. II.
Stellar Convection Theory. III. Dynamical Coupling of the Two Convection Zones in A-Type Stars by Penetrative Motions
Partially Coherent Scattering in Stellar Chromospheres. III. A Second-Order Escape Probability Method
The properties of OB supergiants in the Large Magellanic Cloud. II - Spectral types and intrinsic colors
The quiescent chromospheres and transition regions of active dwarf stars - What are we learning from recent observations and models?
Evolution of chromospheres and coronae in solar mass stars - A far-ultraviolet and soft X-ray comparison of Arcturus (K2 III) and Alpha Centauri A (G2 V)