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Differential Rotation in Sun-like Stars from Surface Variability and Asteroseismology [E-Book] / by Martin Bo Nielsen.
In his PhD dissertation Martin Bo Nielsen performs observational studies of rotation in stars like the Sun. The interior rotation in stars is thought to be one of the driving mechanisms of stellar magnetic activity, but until now this mechanism was unconstrained by observational data. NASA's Ke...
|Personal Name(s):||Nielsen, Martin Bo, author|
1st ed. 2017.
XVI, 101 pages 29 illustrations, 18 illustrations in color (online resource)
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Springer Theses, Recognizing Outstanding Ph.D. Research
- Rotation Periods of 12 000 Main-sequence Kepler Stars
- Rotational Splitting as a Function of Mode Frequency for Six Sunlike Stars
- Constraining Differential Rotation of Sun-like Stars from Asteroseismic and Starspot Rotation Periods
- Discussion: Constraining Interior Rotational Shear