Wind structure of late B supergiants. I. Multi-line analyses of near-surface and wind structure in H

@article{Markova2008WindSO,
  title={Wind structure of late B supergiants. I. Multi-line analyses of near-surface and wind structure in H},
  author={N. Markova and R. Prinja and H. Markov and I. Kolka and N. Morrison and J. Percy and S. Adelman},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2008}
}
Aims. We provide a quantitative analysis of time-variable phenomena in the photospheric, near-star, and outflow regions of the late-B supergiant (SG) HD 199 478. This study aims to provide new perspectives on the nature of outflows in late-B SGs and on the influence of large-scale structures rooted at the stellar surface. Methods. The analysis is based primarily on optical spectroscopic datasets secured between 1999 and 2000 from the Bulgarian NAO, Tartu, and Ritter Observatories. The acquired… Expand
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