Presupernova Evolution of Rotating Massive Stars. II. Evolution of the Surface Properties

@article{Heger2000PresupernovaEO,
  title={Presupernova Evolution of Rotating Massive Stars. II. Evolution of the Surface Properties},
  author={A. Heger and N. Langer},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={544},
  pages={1016-1035}
}
We investigate the evolution of the surface properties of models for rotating massive stars, i.e., their luminosities, effective temperatures, surface rotational velocities, and surface abundances of all isotopes, from the zero-age main sequence to the supernova stage. Our results are based on the grid of stellar models by Heger, Langer, & Woosley, which covers solar metallicity stars in the initial-mass range 8-25 M?. Results are parameterized by initial mass, initial rotational velocity and… Expand
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