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Absolute Magnitudes and Intrinsic Colours of Non-Supergiant Be Stars

  • J. R. Kozok (a1)

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101 normal Be stars, probable members of 56 galactic clusters and OB-associations, and more than 20 extreme Be stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud were used to derive intrinsic colours of 09-B9 (III-V)e stars. Furthermore, the correlation between the intrinsic colour (U-B)0 and the absolute magnitude of non-supergiant Be stars was confirmed to be and

The aim of the present investigation is to enlarge the basis for the determination of intrinsic colours and absolute magnitudes by providing a large sample from the southern sky.

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