OBSERVABILITY OF SCATTERED-LIGHT ECHOES AROUND VARIABLE STARS AND CATACLYSMIC EVENTS

@article{Sugerman2003OBSERVABILITYOS,
  title={OBSERVABILITY OF SCATTERED-LIGHT ECHOES AROUND VARIABLE STARS AND CATACLYSMIC EVENTS},
  author={B. Sugerman},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={126},
  pages={1939-1959}
}
  • B. Sugerman
  • Published 2003
  • Physics
  • The Astronomical Journal
Scattered-light echoes from variable and cataclysmic stars offer one of the most effective means to probe the structure and composition of circumstellar and interstellar media. I build a simple model of light-echo surface brightness by considering the source spectrum and the dust density, geometry, and scattering efficiency. I use this model to investigate whether echoes should be observable around short and long-period giants, cataclysmic variables, and supernovae. Only supernovae are expected… Expand
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