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Some Photometric Characteristics of be Stars (Review Paper)

  • E. Eugenio (a1) and V. Mendoza (a1)

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Homogeneous observational data on four photometric systems which cover the spectral range from 0.14 to 4 microns through narrow, intermediate and broad passband filters are used to review and derive some photometric characteristics of Be stars. We find that 60% of the stars under discussion have ultraviolet and infrared excesses.

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Some Photometric Characteristics of be Stars (Review Paper)

  • E. Eugenio (a1) and V. Mendoza (a1)

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