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Magnetic fields of massive stars

  • Swetlana Hubrig (a1), Michel Curé (a2), Ilya Ilyin (a1) and Markus Schöller (a3)

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We recently carried out a spectropolarimetric study of a sample of massive O-type stars and pulsating β Cephei stars using the SOFIN echelle spectrograph at the 2.56 m Nordic Optical Telescope and the low-resolution FORS 2 spectrograph at the VLT in spectropolarimetric mode. The sample consists of massive stars already detected as magnetic in the course of our previous low-resolution polarimetric observations with FORS 1 and a few O-type stars with magnetic field detections reported in the literature.

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Magnetic fields of massive stars

  • Swetlana Hubrig (a1), Michel Curé (a2), Ilya Ilyin (a1) and Markus Schöller (a3)

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