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ISO-SWS Spectroscopy of B[e] Stars

  • Robert H.M. Voors (a1) (a2), Laurens B.F.M. Waters (a3) (a4) and Patrick W. Morris (a2) (a5)

Abstract

We present ISO-SWS spectra of B[e] stars. We find a wide diversity of spectral characteristics of B[e] stars, suggesting different origins for the circumstellar matter. Most B[e] supergiants show hot dust with weak amorphous silicate emission. MWC 300 has a warm dust shell with strong crystalline silicate emission; its evolutionary status is unclear.

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ISO-SWS Spectroscopy of B[e] Stars

  • Robert H.M. Voors (a1) (a2), Laurens B.F.M. Waters (a3) (a4) and Patrick W. Morris (a2) (a5)

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