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TO NUCLEAR ASTROPHYSICS The Formation and the Evolution of subject within the Universe JEAN AUDOUZE lnstitut d'Astrophysique de Paris, France and SYLVIE VA UCLAI R DAPHE, Ohservatoire de Meudon, France and lnstitut d'Astrophysique, Paris D, REIDEL PUBLISHING corporation DORDRECHT: HOLLAND/BOSTON: U. S. A. LONDON: ENGLAND Library of Congre~ Cataloging in booklet info Audouzc. Jean An creation to nuclear astrophysics. (Geophysics and astrophysics monographs; v. 18) En!. and up to date translation of L'Astrophysique nuclt\aire. comprises bibliographies and index. \. Nuclear astrophysics. I. Vauclair, Sylvie, joint writer. II. name. III. sequence. QB464. A9313 1979 523. 01'9'7 79-20752 ISBN-13: 978-90-277-1053-6 e-ISBN-13: 978-94-009-9477-5 DO I: 10. 1007/978-94-009-9477-5 released via D. Reidel Publishing corporation, P. O. field 17. Dordrecht, Holland offered and disbursed within the U. S. A. , Canada, and Mexico by means of D. Reidel Publishing corporation, Inc. Lincoln construction. a hundred and sixty previous Derby road, Hingham, Mass. 02043, U. S. A. All Rights Reserved Copyright © 1980 by means of D. Reidel Publishing corporation, Dordrecht, Holland Softcover reprint of the hardcover 1st variation 1980 No a part of the fabric safe via this copyright discover will be reproduced or used in any shape or in any respect, digital or mechanical, together with photocopying, recording or via any informational garage and retrieval method, with no written permission from the copyright proprietor desk OF CONTENTS IX FOREWORD advent xi XXI ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS bankruptcy I / THE OBSERVATIONAL foundation OF NUCLEAR ASTROPHYSICS 1. 1. the significance of the 4 basic Interactions 1 1. 2.

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They are called population I stars and are generally more blue and younger than the stars of the halo (population II stars). The disk is not homogeneous. Spiral arms can be observed inside the disk. They correspond to a maximum of the star and of the interstellar gas density. These arms rotate around the center with a period of about 108 yr. The so-called galactic clusters or open clusters are found in the disk of our own Galaxy. They are composed of a number of stars ranging from a few tens up to a few thousands: a well known example is the Pleiades cluster which consists of about one hundred stars and has a diameter of a few parsecs.

A SM(;) star stays approximately 108 yr on the main sequence (dashed line). collapse. The star goes on contracting in a thermostatic time (of the order of 10 7 yr). Its luminosity decreases while its external temperature remains approximately constant. The star is then entirely convective (like a boiling magma) and it may undergo violent events: the so-called 'T -Tauri stars' are presently in this phase of their evolution, as well as the 'flare stars', those very strange stars, for which the luminosity increases by a factor of 100 during a few seconds!

They generally emit or absorb at radio wavelengths. From the profiles of these lines, one can deduce for example the number of molecules in the line of sight in the case of a thin cloud, the temperature of the cloud, etc.... There are an increasing number of observations in radioastronomy which provide more and more information on our Galaxy and other galaxies. Besides the optical and radio domains, the modern techniques allow us to investigate the other wavelength ranges. The most energetic photons correspond to the range of}' rays (E > a few MeV), X-rays (E > a few keV) and the UV.

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