A comprehensive study of young B stars in NGC 2264 I. Space photometry and asteroseismology

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  • K. Zwintz
    K. ZwintzAustrian Sci Funds FWF
  • E. Moravveji
    E. MoravvejiKU Leuven
  • P. I. Papics
    P. I. PapicsRes Fdn Flanders FWO
  • A. Tkachenko
    A. TkachenkoKU Leuven
  • N. Przybilla
    N. PrzybillaUniv Innsbruck, University of Innsbruck, Inst Bot
  • M. -F. Nieva
    M. -F. NievaUniv Innsbruck, University of Innsbruck, Inst Bot
  • R. Kuschnig
    R. KuschnigGraz University of Technology
  • V. Antoci
  • D. Lorenz
    D. LorenzMedical University Vienna, Vienna
  • N. Themessl
    N. ThemesslMax Planck Inst Solar Syst Res
  • L. Fossati
    L. FossatiAustrian Academy of Sciences
  • T. G. Barnes
    T. G. BarnesUniversity of Texas, Austin, Texas
Original languageEnglish
Article number101
JournalAstronomy & Astrophysics
Volume601
Number of pages19
ISSN1432-0746
DOIs
StatePublished - May 2017

    Research areas

  • stars: oscillations, techniques: photometric, asteroseismology, stars: early-type, stars: general, MAIN-SEQUENCE STARS, GAMMA DORADUS STARS, STELLAR ASTROPHYSICS MESA, ORDER G-MODES, INTERMEDIATE-MASS STARS, ROTATING STARS, GRAVITY MODES, PRESUPERNOVA EVOLUTION, ANGULAR-DEPENDENCE, INTERNAL-ROTATION

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