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Variability monitoring of OB stars during the Mons campaign

  • Thierry Morel (a1), Gregor Rauw (a1), Thomas Eversberg (a2), Filipe Alves (a3), Wolfgang Arnold (a4), Thomas Bergmann (a5), Nelson G. Correia Viegas (a6), Rémi Fahed (a7), Alberto Fernando (a8), Luis F. Gouveia Carreira (a9), Thomas Hunger (a10), Johan H. Knapen (a11), Robin Leadbeater (a12), Filipe Marques Dias (a13), Anthony F. J. Moffat (a7), Norbert Reinecke (a14), José Ribeiro (a15), Nando Romeo (a16), José Sánchez Gallego (a11), Eva M. dos Santos (a6), Lothar Schanne (a17), Otmar Stahl (a18), Barbara Stober (a19), Berthold Stober (a19), Klaus Vollmann (a2), Mike F. Corcoran (a20), Sean M. Dougherty (a21), Kenji Hamaguchi (a20), Julian M. Pittard (a22), Andy M. T. Pollock (a23) and Peredur M. Williams (a24)...
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We present preliminary results of a 4-month campaign carried out in the framework of the Mons project, where time-resolved Hα observations are used to study the wind and circumstellar properties of a number of OB stars.

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Cranmer S. R. & Owocki S. P. 1996, ApJ, 462, 469
Morel T., Marchenko S. V., Pati A. K., Kuppuswamy K. et al. 2004, MNRAS, 351, 552
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Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union
  • ISSN: 1743-9213
  • EISSN: 1743-9221
  • URL: /core/journals/proceedings-of-the-international-astronomical-union
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