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Statistical Analysis of the Data Available for Be Stars

  • Daniel Egret (a1)

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A comprehensive catalogue of more than 1100 Be stars with known MK classification has been prepared at the Strasbourg Stellar Data Center, and is described in an other session of this Symposium (Jaschek and Egret, 1982). The compilation of photometric and spectroscopic data available for these stars has made possible a general statistical approach of the Be star spectral group.

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Egret, D.: 1981, (in preparation).
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