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Spectral synthesis for Be stars

  • T. A. Aaron Sigut (a1)

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A new monochromatic imaging and spectral synthesis package for Be stars, based on the bedisk code, is introduced. Example images and spectra are given for for H i and Fe ii. Predicted Fe ii equivalents widths are also compared to recent observations by Arias et al. (2006) and show good agreement, although only for very dense disks.

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Spectral synthesis for Be stars

  • T. A. Aaron Sigut (a1)

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