# Exploring the Stellar Rotation of Early-type Stars in the LAMOST Medium-resolution Survey. II. Statistics

@article{Sun2021ExploringTS,
title={Exploring the Stellar Rotation of Early-type Stars in the LAMOST Medium-resolution Survey. II. Statistics},
author={Weijia Sun and Xiao-Wei Duan and Licai Deng and Richard de Grijs},
journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
year={2021},
volume={921}
}
• Weijia Sun, Xiao-Wei Duan, +1 author R. de Grijs
• Published 3 August 2021
• Physics
• The Astrophysical Journal
Angular momentum is a key property regulating star formation and evolution. However, the physics driving the distribution of the stellar rotation rates of early-type main-sequence stars is as yet poorly understood. Using our catalog of 40,034 early-type stars with homogeneous vsini parameters, we review the statistical properties of their stellar rotation rates. We discuss the importance of possible contaminants, including binaries and chemically peculiar stars. Upon correction for projection… Expand

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