2003A&A...403..709R


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2003A&A...403..709R - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 403, 709-714 (2003/5-4)

A grid of synthetic ionizing spectra for very hot compact stars from NLTE model atmospheres.

RAUCH T.

Abstract (from CDS):

The precise analysis of properties of planetary nebulae is strongly dependent on good models for the stellar ionizing spectrum. Observations in the UV - X-ray wavelength range as well as NLTE model atmosphere calculations of spectra of their exciting stars have shown that neither blackbody fluxes nor ``standard'' NLTE atmosphere models which are composed out of hydrogen and helium only are good approximations. Strong differences between synthetic spectra from these compared to observed spectra at energies higher than 54eV (He Rco ground state) can be ascribed to the neglect of metal-line blanketing. Realistic modeling of the emergent fluxes of hot stars in the UV-X-ray wavelength range requires metal-line blanketed NLTE model atmospheres which include all elements from hydrogen up to the iron-group. For this purpose, we present a grid (solar and halo abundance ratios) of metal-line blanketed NLTE model atmosphere fluxes which covers the parameter range of central stars of planetary nebulae.

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Journal keyword(s): planetary nebulae: general - stars: atmospheres - stars: early-type - stars: general - ultraviolet: stars

Simbad objects: 3

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Number of rows : 3
N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2023
#notes
1 PN K 1-27 PN 05 57 02.1748457640 -75 40 22.478040120     16.04 16.27 16.41 sdOHe 85 0
2 NGC 2438 PN 07 41 50.5194253896 -14 44 07.470144744           ~ 283 3
3 ESO 320-28 PN 11 52 29.2564204824 -42 17 38.943700548           ~ 54 0

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