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Very regular high-frequency pulsation modes in young intermediate-mass stars

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Very regular high-frequency pulsation modes in young intermediate-mass stars. / Bedding, Timothy R.; Murphy, Simon J.; Hey, Daniel R.; Huber, Daniel; Li, Tanda; Smalley, Barry; Stello, Dennis; White, Timothy R.; Ball, Warrick H.; Chaplin, William J.; Colman, Isabel L.; Fuller, Jim; Gaidos, Eric; Harbeck, Daniel R.; Hermes, J. J.; Holdsworth, Daniel L.; Li, Gang; Li, Yaguang; Mann, Andrew W.; Reese, Daniel R.; Sekaran, Sanjay; Yu, Jie; Antoci, Victoria; Bergmann, Christoph; Brown, Timothy M.; Howard, Andrew W.; Ireland, Michael J.; Isaacson, Howard; Jenkins, Jon M.; Kjeldsen, Hans; McCully, Curtis; Rabus, Markus; Rains, Adam D.; Ricker, George R.; Tinney, Christopher G.; Vanderspek, Roland K.

I: Nature, Bind 581, 05.2020, s. 147-151.

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Bedding, TR, Murphy, SJ, Hey, DR, Huber, D, Li, T, Smalley, B, Stello, D, White, TR, Ball, WH, Chaplin, WJ, Colman, IL, Fuller, J, Gaidos, E, Harbeck, DR, Hermes, JJ, Holdsworth, DL, Li, G, Li, Y, Mann, AW, Reese, DR, Sekaran, S, Yu, J, Antoci, V, Bergmann, C, Brown, TM, Howard, AW, Ireland, MJ, Isaacson, H, Jenkins, JM, Kjeldsen, H, McCully, C, Rabus, M, Rains, AD, Ricker, GR, Tinney, CG & Vanderspek, RK 2020, 'Very regular high-frequency pulsation modes in young intermediate-mass stars', Nature, bind 581, s. 147-151. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-020-2226-8

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Bedding, T. R., Murphy, S. J., Hey, D. R., Huber, D., Li, T., Smalley, B., Stello, D., White, T. R., Ball, W. H., Chaplin, W. J., Colman, I. L., Fuller, J., Gaidos, E., Harbeck, D. R., Hermes, J. J., Holdsworth, D. L., Li, G., Li, Y., Mann, A. W., ... Vanderspek, R. K. (2020). Very regular high-frequency pulsation modes in young intermediate-mass stars. Nature, 581, 147-151. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-020-2226-8

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Bedding TR, Murphy SJ, Hey DR, Huber D, Li T, Smalley B, Stello D, White TR, Ball WH, Chaplin WJ, Colman IL, Fuller J, Gaidos E, Harbeck DR, Hermes JJ, Holdsworth DL, Li G, Li Y, Mann AW, Reese DR, Sekaran S, Yu J, Antoci V, Bergmann C, Brown TM, Howard AW, Ireland MJ, Isaacson H, Jenkins JM, Kjeldsen H, McCully C, Rabus M, Rains AD, Ricker GR, Tinney CG, Vanderspek RK. 2020. Very regular high-frequency pulsation modes in young intermediate-mass stars. Nature. 581:147-151. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-020-2226-8

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Bedding TR, Murphy SJ, Hey DR, Huber D, Li T, Smalley B o.a. Very regular high-frequency pulsation modes in young intermediate-mass stars. Nature. 2020 maj;581:147-151. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-020-2226-8

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Bedding, Timothy R. ; Murphy, Simon J. ; Hey, Daniel R. ; Huber, Daniel ; Li, Tanda ; Smalley, Barry ; Stello, Dennis ; White, Timothy R. ; Ball, Warrick H. ; Chaplin, William J. ; Colman, Isabel L. ; Fuller, Jim ; Gaidos, Eric ; Harbeck, Daniel R. ; Hermes, J. J. ; Holdsworth, Daniel L. ; Li, Gang ; Li, Yaguang ; Mann, Andrew W. ; Reese, Daniel R. ; Sekaran, Sanjay ; Yu, Jie ; Antoci, Victoria ; Bergmann, Christoph ; Brown, Timothy M. ; Howard, Andrew W. ; Ireland, Michael J. ; Isaacson, Howard ; Jenkins, Jon M. ; Kjeldsen, Hans ; McCully, Curtis ; Rabus, Markus ; Rains, Adam D. ; Ricker, George R. ; Tinney, Christopher G. ; Vanderspek, Roland K. / Very regular high-frequency pulsation modes in young intermediate-mass stars. I: Nature. 2020 ; Bind 581. s. 147-151.

Bibtex

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title = "Very regular high-frequency pulsation modes in young intermediate-mass stars",
abstract = "Asteroseismology probes the internal structures of stars by using their natural pulsation frequencies1. It relies on identifying sequences of pulsation modes that can be compared with theoretical models, which has been done successfully for many classes of pulsators, including low-mass solar-type stars2, red giants3, high-mass stars4 and white dwarfs5. However, a large group of pulsating stars of intermediate mass—the so-called δ Scuti stars—have rich pulsation spectra for which systematic mode identification has not hitherto been possible6,7. This arises because only a seemingly random subset of possible modes are excited and because rapid rotation tends to spoil regular patterns8–10. Here we report the detection of remarkably regular sequences of high-frequency pulsation modes in 60 intermediate-mass main-sequence stars, which enables definitive mode identification. The space motions of some of these stars indicate that they are members of known associations of young stars, as confirmed by modelling of their pulsation spectra.",
author = "Bedding, {Timothy R.} and Murphy, {Simon J.} and Hey, {Daniel R.} and Daniel Huber and Tanda Li and Barry Smalley and Dennis Stello and White, {Timothy R.} and Ball, {Warrick H.} and Chaplin, {William J.} and Colman, {Isabel L.} and Jim Fuller and Eric Gaidos and Harbeck, {Daniel R.} and Hermes, {J. J.} and Holdsworth, {Daniel L.} and Gang Li and Yaguang Li and Mann, {Andrew W.} and Reese, {Daniel R.} and Sanjay Sekaran and Jie Yu and Victoria Antoci and Christoph Bergmann and Brown, {Timothy M.} and Howard, {Andrew W.} and Ireland, {Michael J.} and Howard Isaacson and Jenkins, {Jon M.} and Hans Kjeldsen and Curtis McCully and Markus Rabus and Rains, {Adam D.} and Ricker, {George R.} and Tinney, {Christopher G.} and Vanderspek, {Roland K.}",
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AU - Murphy, Simon J.

AU - Hey, Daniel R.

AU - Huber, Daniel

AU - Li, Tanda

AU - Smalley, Barry

AU - Stello, Dennis

AU - White, Timothy R.

AU - Ball, Warrick H.

AU - Chaplin, William J.

AU - Colman, Isabel L.

AU - Fuller, Jim

AU - Gaidos, Eric

AU - Harbeck, Daniel R.

AU - Hermes, J. J.

AU - Holdsworth, Daniel L.

AU - Li, Gang

AU - Li, Yaguang

AU - Mann, Andrew W.

AU - Reese, Daniel R.

AU - Sekaran, Sanjay

AU - Yu, Jie

AU - Antoci, Victoria

AU - Bergmann, Christoph

AU - Brown, Timothy M.

AU - Howard, Andrew W.

AU - Ireland, Michael J.

AU - Isaacson, Howard

AU - Jenkins, Jon M.

AU - Kjeldsen, Hans

AU - McCully, Curtis

AU - Rabus, Markus

AU - Rains, Adam D.

AU - Ricker, George R.

AU - Tinney, Christopher G.

AU - Vanderspek, Roland K.

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AB - Asteroseismology probes the internal structures of stars by using their natural pulsation frequencies1. It relies on identifying sequences of pulsation modes that can be compared with theoretical models, which has been done successfully for many classes of pulsators, including low-mass solar-type stars2, red giants3, high-mass stars4 and white dwarfs5. However, a large group of pulsating stars of intermediate mass—the so-called δ Scuti stars—have rich pulsation spectra for which systematic mode identification has not hitherto been possible6,7. This arises because only a seemingly random subset of possible modes are excited and because rapid rotation tends to spoil regular patterns8–10. Here we report the detection of remarkably regular sequences of high-frequency pulsation modes in 60 intermediate-mass main-sequence stars, which enables definitive mode identification. The space motions of some of these stars indicate that they are members of known associations of young stars, as confirmed by modelling of their pulsation spectra.

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