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A Study of Be Star Variability

  • Joachim Dachs (a1)

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Variations of Balmer emission line strength for Be stars are compared to simultaneously measured photometric light-curves in the visual and infrared regions of the spectrum. Three different types of correlations between photometric and spectrometric variations are described. Variable intensity of continuous recombination radiation from ionized hydrogen in the circumstellar envelope is shown to be a major source of light variations for Be stars.

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A Study of Be Star Variability

  • Joachim Dachs (a1)

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