Evidence for weak magnetic fields in early‐type emission stars

@article{Hubrig2007EvidenceFW,
  title={Evidence for weak magnetic fields in early‐type emission stars},
  author={Swetlana Hubrig and R. V. Yudin and M. A. Pogodin and Markus Schoeller and Geraldine J. Peters},
  journal={Astronomische Nachrichten},
  year={2007},
  volume={328},
  pages={1133-1136}
}
We report the results of our study of magnetic fields in a sample of 15 Be stars using spectropolarimetric data obtained at the European Southern Observatory with the multi-mode instrument FORS 1 installed at the 8m Kueyen telescope. We detect weak photospheric magnetic fields in four stars, HD56014, HD148184, HD155806, and HD181615. We note that for HD181615 the evolutionary status is not obvious due to the fact that it is a binary system currently observed in the initial rapid phase of mass… 

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