Further evidence for Raman scattering in RR Tel
1993 (English)In: Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, E-ISSN 1365-2966, Vol. 264, no 4, 975-979979 p.Article in journal (Refereed) Published
Raman scattering of O VIlambdalambda13O2, 1308 photons on the ground level of neutral hydrogen has been suggested as the cause of the broad emission features at 6825 and 7088 Aring in the spectra of symbiotic stars. The authors report on the detection of other Raman lines in the optical spectrum of the symbiotic star RR Tel. The lines detected are two He II Balmer lines that are Raman-scattered to wavelengths close to hydrogen Hbeta and Hgamma. Another possible detection is scattered C III lambda977, which appears at about 4977 Aring in the optical spectrum
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1993. Vol. 264, no 4, 975-979979 p.
Experimental/ carbon, helium neutral atoms, Raman spectra, stellar spectra, symbiotic stars, ultraviolet astronomy, visible astronomical observations/ Raman scattering, RR Tel, ground level, broad emission features, optical spectrum, He II Balmer lines, C III, 977 angstrom, 4977 angstrom, 972 angstrom, 949 angstrom, C, He/ A9730Q Novae, dwarf novae A9720L Late-type giants and subgiants A9730E Emission-line stars (Of, Wolf-Rayet, Be, etc.) A9780G Cataclysmic binaries A9710R Stellar radiation and spectra A9530E Astrophysical atomic, molecular, and solid state processes and interactions A9580J Photographic region astronomical observations/ wavelength 9.77E-08 m, wavelength 4.977E-07 m, wavelength 9.72E-08 m, wavelength 9.49E-08 m/ C/el, He/el
Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology
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