# IUE observations of hot stars: HZ43, BD + 75°325, NGC6826, SS Cygni, η Carinae

@article{Heap1978IUEOO,
title={IUE observations of hot stars: HZ43, BD + 75°325, NGC6826, SS Cygni, $\eta$ Carinae},
author={Sara R. Heap and Albert Boggess and A. Holm and Daniel A. Klinglesmith and Warren M. Sparks and D. K. West and C. C. Wu and Alec Boksenberg and Allan J. Willis and R. J. Wilson and Ferdinando Duccio Macchetto and Pierluigi Selvelli and David J. Stickland and J. L. Greenstein and John B. Hutchings and A. B. Underhill and Rodolfo Viotti and J. A. J. Whelan},
journal={Nature},
year={1978},
volume={275},
pages={385-388}
}
• Published 1 October 1978
• Physics
• Nature
During the commissioning phase of IUE observations were made of a selection of hot stars: the white dwarf HZ43, the hot subdwarf BD + 75°325, the nucleus of the planetary nebula NGC6826, the dwarf nova SS Cygni, and the peculiar object η Carinae. The observations were made in the low dispersion mode and the data have been reduced using a preliminary calibration. The results are presented and discussed for each object.
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