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New Physics, New Evolutionary Tracks, New Isochrones

  • P. Demarque (a1), D.B. Guenther (a1) and M.H. Pinsonneault (a1)

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Work has begun on the construction of a grid of theoretical isochrones based on important recent refinements in stellar physics. These refinements have already been applied to the construction of a standard solar model, which, for the first time, free of any adhoc assumptions, reproduces the observed p-mode oscillation spectrum within the errors of the physics (Guenther et al. 1992).

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New Physics, New Evolutionary Tracks, New Isochrones

  • P. Demarque (a1), D.B. Guenther (a1) and M.H. Pinsonneault (a1)

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