Cool stars, stellar systems, and the sun : proceedings of the Third Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun, held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 5-7, 1983 / edited by Sallie L. Baliunas and Lee Hartmann.

By: (3rd : Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun (3rd : 1983)
Contributor(s): Baliunas, Sallie L, 1953- | Hartmann, Lee, 1950-
Material type: TextTextSeries: Lecture notes in physics: 193.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, 1984Description: 1 online resource (vii, 364 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540387855; 3540387854Subject(s): Stars -- Congresses | Cool stars -- Congresses | Sun -- Congresses | Étoiles -- Congrès | Étoiles froides -- Congrès | Soleil -- Congrès | Cool stars | Stars | Sun | Astrofysica | Zon | SterrenGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:Cambridge Workshop on Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun (3rd : 1983).: Cool stars, stellar systems, and the sun.DDC classification: 523.8 LOC classification: QB799 | .C36 1983Other classification: 39.22 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Recent observations of T Tauri stars -- Results from ultraviolet observations of T Tauri stars -- X-ray emission from pre-main sequence stars -- Infrared and molecular line observations of young stars and associated dense gas -- Photometric monitoring of T Tauri stars, RS CVn stars and related objects -- Angular momentum loss during pre-main sequence contraction -- Atmospheres and winds of T Tauri stars -- Post-T Taubi stars in T associations -- The formation of cool stars from cloud cores -- A dynamical origin for the stellar birthline -- Rotational velocities of low mass stars in intermediate age open clusters -- Measurements of rotational velocities of F and G stars -- High-resolution observations of cool stars with the ESO Coude' Echelle Spectrometer -- The rapidly-rotating field M-dwarf Gliese 890 -- Evolution of rotation in main-sequence stars -- On the origins of chromospheric activity in late-type stars -- Time series measurements of chromospheric emission and possible evidence for differential rotation -- Deterministic time series modeling of Ca II H & K stellar index data -- The evolution of coronal activity in main sequence cool stars -- Coronal structure and rotation in late-type stars -- A search for secular luminosity variations in the Pleiades cluster -- Solar flux variations and concepts for a stellar photometric satellite -- Solar-cycle temperature variations in sunspots -- HRTS ultraviolet images of the solar chromosphere and transition zone -- The NSO initiative to pursue the solar-stellar connection on the McMath Solar Telescope -- Laboratory identification of the 3P1,2 -- 5S 2 O intersystem lines of S III -- Transition region -- coronal models: A comparison with XUV observations -- X-ray transients and flares from active stellar systems -- Long-term behavior of stellar flare activity in AD Leo -- Radio observations of active stars: Direct evidence for polarity reversals? -- Capella HL -- Lithium depletion in solar-type stars -- Nitrogen abundances in disk and halo dwarfs -- Four W ursae majoris contact binaries in the old galactic cluster NGC 188 -- Does the physical state of a mantle indicate the stage of evolution of a star? -- A review of the first observations of stars using the Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS) -- RS CVn binary systems -- Starspots, differential rotation and a possible six-year spot cycle on Lambda Andromedae -- Visual and infrared photometry of the long-period RS CVn system HR 7275 -- H? observations of the RS CVn star, RT LAC: Evidence for gas streaming: Preliminary results -- Near infrared photometry of some RS CVn systems -- The puzzle of the UV continua of the Hyades giants -- Multicolor photometry of the active G giant FK Com -- Rotational modulation and high speed streams in FK Comae Berenices: Evidence for a massive, highly-evolved binary system -- Outer atmospheres of giant and supergiant stars -- Envelopes of red giant stars -- Radiative transfer in an expanding spherical medium -- Asymptotic giant branch stars as producers of carbon and of neutron-rich isotopes -- Chromospheres in metal deficient field stars -- Interpretation of the observed MG II emission from N-type carbon stars -- Introductory remarks to the session on alpha orionis and related topics -- Multiband photoelectric photometry of Betelgeuse -- Lower atmospheric changes in Betelgeuse deduced from optical continua polarization measurements -- Photoionization of the circumstellar shell of Betelgeuse by chromospheric radiation -- Better determinations of mass loss rates for red giants and supergiants -- Sulphur I emission lines in the EUV spectrum of? GRU (M3 II) -- OH maser emission as a probe of circumstellar envelope structure -- Preliminary results from studies of high resolution line spectra of late-type giant and supergiant stars -- Discovery of a hot, interactive companion to the S star HD 35155.
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Recent observations of T Tauri stars -- Results from ultraviolet observations of T Tauri stars -- X-ray emission from pre-main sequence stars -- Infrared and molecular line observations of young stars and associated dense gas -- Photometric monitoring of T Tauri stars, RS CVn stars and related objects -- Angular momentum loss during pre-main sequence contraction -- Atmospheres and winds of T Tauri stars -- Post-T Taubi stars in T associations -- The formation of cool stars from cloud cores -- A dynamical origin for the stellar birthline -- Rotational velocities of low mass stars in intermediate age open clusters -- Measurements of rotational velocities of F and G stars -- High-resolution observations of cool stars with the ESO Coude' Echelle Spectrometer -- The rapidly-rotating field M-dwarf Gliese 890 -- Evolution of rotation in main-sequence stars -- On the origins of chromospheric activity in late-type stars -- Time series measurements of chromospheric emission and possible evidence for differential rotation -- Deterministic time series modeling of Ca II H & K stellar index data -- The evolution of coronal activity in main sequence cool stars -- Coronal structure and rotation in late-type stars -- A search for secular luminosity variations in the Pleiades cluster -- Solar flux variations and concepts for a stellar photometric satellite -- Solar-cycle temperature variations in sunspots -- HRTS ultraviolet images of the solar chromosphere and transition zone -- The NSO initiative to pursue the solar-stellar connection on the McMath Solar Telescope -- Laboratory identification of the 3P1,2 -- 5S 2 O intersystem lines of S III -- Transition region -- coronal models: A comparison with XUV observations -- X-ray transients and flares from active stellar systems -- Long-term behavior of stellar flare activity in AD Leo -- Radio observations of active stars: Direct evidence for polarity reversals? -- Capella HL -- Lithium depletion in solar-type stars -- Nitrogen abundances in disk and halo dwarfs -- Four W ursae majoris contact binaries in the old galactic cluster NGC 188 -- Does the physical state of a mantle indicate the stage of evolution of a star? -- A review of the first observations of stars using the Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS) -- RS CVn binary systems -- Starspots, differential rotation and a possible six-year spot cycle on Lambda Andromedae -- Visual and infrared photometry of the long-period RS CVn system HR 7275 -- H? observations of the RS CVn star, RT LAC: Evidence for gas streaming: Preliminary results -- Near infrared photometry of some RS CVn systems -- The puzzle of the UV continua of the Hyades giants -- Multicolor photometry of the active G giant FK Com -- Rotational modulation and high speed streams in FK Comae Berenices: Evidence for a massive, highly-evolved binary system -- Outer atmospheres of giant and supergiant stars -- Envelopes of red giant stars -- Radiative transfer in an expanding spherical medium -- Asymptotic giant branch stars as producers of carbon and of neutron-rich isotopes -- Chromospheres in metal deficient field stars -- Interpretation of the observed MG II emission from N-type carbon stars -- Introductory remarks to the session on alpha orionis and related topics -- Multiband photoelectric photometry of Betelgeuse -- Lower atmospheric changes in Betelgeuse deduced from optical continua polarization measurements -- Photoionization of the circumstellar shell of Betelgeuse by chromospheric radiation -- Better determinations of mass loss rates for red giants and supergiants -- Sulphur I emission lines in the EUV spectrum of? GRU (M3 II) -- OH maser emission as a probe of circumstellar envelope structure -- Preliminary results from studies of high resolution line spectra of late-type giant and supergiant stars -- Discovery of a hot, interactive companion to the S star HD 35155.

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