The Spectra of the Stars (Slide Set Number 95)
 
  • Slide 1: The spectrograph
  • Slide 2: The Michigan spectral sequence
  • Slide 3: Michigan sequence for hot stars
  • Slide 4: Three M stars and a carbon variable
  • Slide 5: Molecular bands in M stars
  • Slide 6: M and S star spectra
  • Slide 7: A technetium star
  • Slide 8: High dispersion spectrum of the star Mira
  • Slide 9: K and M dwarf spectra
  • Slide 10: Luminosity effects in class K
  • Slide 11: A high dispersion spectrum of Arcturus
  • Slide 12: The Wilson-Bappu effect
  • Slide 13: The spectra of various G stars
  • Slide 14: A high-dispersion solar spectrogram
  • Slide 15: A very high dispersion solar spectrogram
  • Slide 16: Lithium in G stars
  • Slide 17: F spectra
  • Slide 18: F stars at high dispersion
  • Slide 19: A stars
  • Slide 20: High dispersion spectra of Sirius in two wavelength bands
  • Slide 21: The broadening effect of stellar rotation
  • Slide 22: A metallic line (Am) star
  • Slide 23: A magnetic (Ap) star
  • Slide 24: The spectra of the B stars
  • Slide 25: The ultraviolet spectra of B and A stars
  • Slide 26: Emission lines in Be stars
  • Slide 27: White dwarf spectra
  • Slide 28: O Stars: dwarf and supergiant spectra compared
  • Slide 29: Ultraviolet luminosity effects in type O
  • Slide 30: Wolf-Rayet stars
  • Slide 31: The spectrum of a planetary nebula
  • Slide 32: The spectra of the central stars of two planetary nebulae
  • Slide 33: Ultraviolet spectra of the nuclei of planetary nebulae
  • Slide 34: Nova spectra
  • Slide 35: A symbiotic star
  • Slide 36: Spectra of Supernova 1987A
 
 

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