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Spectroscopic observations of 27 canis majoris from 0.14 to 4.7 microns

A.C. Danks

Spectroscopic observations of 27 canis majoris from 0.14 to 4.7 microns

by A.C. Danks

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Spectroscopic observations of 27 canis majoris from 0.14 to 4.7 microns by A.C. Danks Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Also called Aludra, Eta Canis Majoris is a blue-white supergiant of spectral type B5Ia with a luminositytimes and diameter around 80 times that of the Sun.

Aludra varies in brightness from magnitude to over a period of days. It is located light-years away.3/5(2). Spectroscopic Observations of 27 Canis Majoris from to microns (en coll. avec A.C. Danks), Publication of Astronomical Society of the Pacific,pp.

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