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fundamental mode

Probability density functions for radial anisotropy from fundamental mode surface wave data and the Neighbourhood Algorithm

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Non-linear pulsations in differentially rotating neutron stars: mass-shedding-induced damping and splitting of the fundamental mode

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A new method for determining physical parameters of fundamental mode RR Lyrae stars from multicolour light curves

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The lowest frequency at which an oscillation occurs, or the lowest component of a complex vibration. Whole-number multiples of the fundamental frequency are known as overtones or harmonics, and are present in many types of pulsating variable. In stars such as RR Lyraes and Cepheids, for example, the fundamental mode of radial pulsation is the simple periodic expansion and contraction of the star's outer layers. More complex vibrational modes can exist, known in turn as the first overtone mode or harmonic, and so on. See also Overtone Mode; Pulsation Mode.

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