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Direct Observational Evidence for Magnetic Fields in Hot Stars

  • Gautier Mathys (a1)

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Attempts at achieving direct detections of magnetic fields in hot stars are reviewed. The techniques used in these observations and their analysis are described, with emphasis on the physical situations to which they are relevant. Results of projects carried out in the last couple of years are reported, and prospects for future investigations are briefly considered.

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Direct Observational Evidence for Magnetic Fields in Hot Stars

  • Gautier Mathys (a1)

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