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Magnetic fluxes of massive stars: statistics and evolution

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 July 2011

Alexander F. Kholtygin
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Astronomical Instituut, Saint-Petersburg University, 198504, ul Shaxmatova, Petrodvoretz, Rissia email: afkholtygin@gmail.com
Sergei N. Fabrika
Affiliation:
Special Astrophysical Observatoty, Nizhnii Arxyz, Russia
Natalia A. Drake
Affiliation:
Astronomical Instituut, Saint-Petersburg University, 198504, ul Shaxmatova, Petrodvoretz, Rissia email: afkholtygin@gmail.com
Andrei P. Igoshev
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Astronomical Instituut, Saint-Petersburg University, 198504, ul Shaxmatova, Petrodvoretz, Rissia email: afkholtygin@gmail.com
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Abstract

The statistical properties of magnetic fields and magnetic fluxes of OB stars were investigated. The mean magnetic fluxes of massive OB stars appear to be 3 order larger than those for neutron stars.

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Copyright © International Astronomical Union 2011

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Kholtygin, A. F., Fabrika, S. N., Drake, N. A., Bychkov, V. D. et al. 2010b, Kinematics and Physics of Celestial Bodies, 26, 181CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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