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Spectroscopic and interferometric approach for differential rotation in massive fast rotators

  • Juan Zorec (a1), Yves Frémat (a2), Omar Delaa (a3), Armando Domiciano de Souza (a3), Philippe Stee (a3), Denis Mourard (a3), Lydia S. Cidale (a4) and Christophe Martayan (a5)...

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The coupling between the convective region in the envelope and rotation can produce a surface latitudinal differential rotation that may induce changes of the stellar geometry and on the spectral line profiles that it may be scrutinized spectroscopically and by interferometry.

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Frémat, Y., Zorec, J., Hubert, A.-M., & Floquet, M. 2005, A&A, 440, 305
Maeder, A., Georgy, C., & Meynet, G. 2008, A&A, 479, L37
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Spectroscopic and interferometric approach for differential rotation in massive fast rotators

  • Juan Zorec (a1), Yves Frémat (a2), Omar Delaa (a3), Armando Domiciano de Souza (a3), Philippe Stee (a3), Denis Mourard (a3), Lydia S. Cidale (a4) and Christophe Martayan (a5)...

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