The Lyman-Continuum Fluxes and Stellar Parameters of O and Early B-Type Stars

@article{Vacca1996TheLF,
  title={The Lyman-Continuum Fluxes and Stellar Parameters of O and Early B-Type Stars},
  author={William D. Vacca and Catharine D. Garmany and J. Michael Shull},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={1996},
  volume={460},
  pages={914}
}
Using the results of the most recent stellar atmosphere models applied to a sample of hot stars, we construct calibrations of effective temperature (T(sub eff)), and gravity (log(sub g)) with a spectral type and luminosity class for Galactic 0-type and early B-type stars. From the model results we also derive an empirical relation between the bolometric correction and T(sub eff) and log g. Using a sample of stars with known distances located in OB associations in the Galaxy and the Large… 
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