Very regular high-frequency pulsation modes in young intermediate-mass stars

@article{Bedding2020VeryRH,
  title={Very regular high-frequency pulsation modes in young intermediate-mass stars},
  author={T. Bedding and S. Murphy and Daniel R. Hey and D. Huber and Tanda Li and B. Smalley and D. Stello and T. White and W. Ball and W. Chaplin and Isabel L. Colman and J. Fuller and E. Gaidos and D. Harbeck and J. Hermes and D. L. Holdsworth and G. Li and Y. Li and A. W. Mann and D. Reese and S. Sekaran and J. Yu and V. Antoci and C. Bergmann and T. Brown and A. Howard and M. Ireland and H. Isaacson and J. Jenkins and H. Kjeldsen and C. Mccully and M. Rabus and A. Rains and G. Ricker and C. Tinney and R. Vanderspek},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2020},
  volume={581},
  pages={147-151}
}
  • T. Bedding, S. Murphy, +33 authors R. Vanderspek
  • Published 2020
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Nature
  • Asteroseismology probes the internal structures of stars by using their natural pulsation frequencies 1 . It relies on identifying sequences of pulsation modes that can be compared with theoretical models, which has been done successfully for many classes of pulsators, including low-mass solar-type stars 2 , red giants 3 , high-mass stars 4 and white dwarfs 5 . However, a large group of pulsating stars of intermediate mass—the so-called δ Scuti stars—have rich pulsation spectra for which… CONTINUE READING

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