ASTEROSEISMOLOGY OF THE NEARBY SN II PROGENITOR RIGEL. II. {epsilon}-MECHANISM TRIGGERING GRAVITY-MODE PULSATIONS?

@article{Moravveji2012ASTEROSEISMOLOGYOT,
  title={ASTEROSEISMOLOGY OF THE NEARBY SN II PROGENITOR RIGEL. II. \{epsilon\}-MECHANISM TRIGGERING GRAVITY-MODE PULSATIONS?},
  author={E. Moravveji and A. Moya and E. Guinan},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={749},
  pages={74-82}
}
The cores of luminous B- and A-type (BA) supergiant stars are the seeds of later core-collapse supernovae. Thus, constraining the near-core conditions in this class of stars can place tighter constraints on the size, mass, and chemical composition of supernova remnants. Asteroseismology of these massive stars is one possible approach into such investigations. Recently, Moravveji et al. in 2012 (hereafter Paper I) extracted 19 significant frequencies from a 6-year radial velocity monitoring of… Expand
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