HR 7322: A benchmark for stellar evolution

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HR 7322 : A benchmark for stellar evolution. / Stokholm, Amalie.

2017. Abstract from Asteroseismology and Optical Interferometry , Nice, France.

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Stokholm, A 2017, 'HR 7322: A benchmark for stellar evolution', Nice, France, 04/10/2017 - 06/10/2017, .

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Stokholm, A. (2017). HR 7322: A benchmark for stellar evolution. Abstract from Asteroseismology and Optical Interferometry , Nice, France.

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Stokholm A. 2017. HR 7322: A benchmark for stellar evolution. Abstract from Asteroseismology and Optical Interferometry , Nice, France.

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Stokholm A. HR 7322: A benchmark for stellar evolution. 2017. Abstract from Asteroseismology and Optical Interferometry , Nice, France.

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Stokholm, Amalie. / HR 7322 : A benchmark for stellar evolution. Abstract from Asteroseismology and Optical Interferometry , Nice, France.

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title = "HR 7322: A benchmark for stellar evolution",
abstract = "HR 7322 is a bright F6 subgiant star in the Kepler field, which has been used as a comparison star in spectroscopy and photometry. HR 7322 has not been the subject of detailed studies before, but using interferometry and asteroseismology we have made an in-depth analysis of HR 7322. The derived stellar parameters are used in order to find the constraints needed for stellar modelling and thus to test -- and improve -- our current models of stellar structure and evolution.",
author = "Amalie Stokholm",
year = "2017",
month = "10",
language = "English",
note = "null ; Conference date: 04-10-2017 Through 06-10-2017",

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N2 - HR 7322 is a bright F6 subgiant star in the Kepler field, which has been used as a comparison star in spectroscopy and photometry. HR 7322 has not been the subject of detailed studies before, but using interferometry and asteroseismology we have made an in-depth analysis of HR 7322. The derived stellar parameters are used in order to find the constraints needed for stellar modelling and thus to test -- and improve -- our current models of stellar structure and evolution.

AB - HR 7322 is a bright F6 subgiant star in the Kepler field, which has been used as a comparison star in spectroscopy and photometry. HR 7322 has not been the subject of detailed studies before, but using interferometry and asteroseismology we have made an in-depth analysis of HR 7322. The derived stellar parameters are used in order to find the constraints needed for stellar modelling and thus to test -- and improve -- our current models of stellar structure and evolution.

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