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Absolute wavelength shifts - A new diagnostic for rapidly rotating stars

Dravins, Dainis LU (2004) Stellar rotation In Stellar Rotation; IAU Symposium p.27-32
Abstract
Accuracies reached in space astrometry now permit. the accurate determination of astrometric radial velocities. without any use of spectroscopy. Knowing this true stellar motion, spectral shifts; intrinsic to stellar atmospheres can be identified, for instance gravitational redshifts and those caused by, velocity fields on stellar surfaces. The astrometric accuracy is independent. of any spectral complexity, such as the smeared-out line profiles of rapidly rotating stars. Besides a better determination of stellar velocities, this permits more precise studies of atmospheric dynamics, such as possible modifications of stellar surface convection (granulation) by rotation-induced forces, as well as a potential for observing meridional flows... (More)
Accuracies reached in space astrometry now permit. the accurate determination of astrometric radial velocities. without any use of spectroscopy. Knowing this true stellar motion, spectral shifts; intrinsic to stellar atmospheres can be identified, for instance gravitational redshifts and those caused by, velocity fields on stellar surfaces. The astrometric accuracy is independent. of any spectral complexity, such as the smeared-out line profiles of rapidly rotating stars. Besides a better determination of stellar velocities, this permits more precise studies of atmospheric dynamics, such as possible modifications of stellar surface convection (granulation) by rotation-induced forces, as well as a potential for observing meridional flows across stellar surfaces. (Less)
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Stellar Rotation; IAU Symposium
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Maeder, A.; Eenens, P.; and
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215
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27 - 32
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Astronomical Society of the Pacific
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Stellar rotation
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0074-1809
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English
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  abstract     = {Accuracies reached in space astrometry now permit. the accurate determination of astrometric radial velocities. without any use of spectroscopy. Knowing this true stellar motion, spectral shifts; intrinsic to stellar atmospheres can be identified, for instance gravitational redshifts and those caused by, velocity fields on stellar surfaces. The astrometric accuracy is independent. of any spectral complexity, such as the smeared-out line profiles of rapidly rotating stars. Besides a better determination of stellar velocities, this permits more precise studies of atmospheric dynamics, such as possible modifications of stellar surface convection (granulation) by rotation-induced forces, as well as a potential for observing meridional flows across stellar surfaces.},
  author       = {Dravins, Dainis},
  booktitle    = {Stellar Rotation; IAU Symposium},
  editor       = {Maeder, A. and Eenens, P.},
  issn         = {0074-1809},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {215},
  pages        = {27--32},
  publisher    = {Astronomical Society of the Pacific},
  title        = {Absolute wavelength shifts - A new diagnostic for rapidly rotating stars},
  year         = {2004},
}