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pulsation mode


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pulsation mode

pulsation mode

Pulsation modes for increasingly relativistic polytropes

Strange pulsation modes in luminous red giants

Nonlinear Pulsation Driven by Strange Modes in Hydrodynamic Models

Pulsational and evolutionary analysis of the double-mode RR Lyrae star BS Com

On the pulsation modes of OGLE small amplitude red giant variables in the LMC

Identification of pulsational modes in rotating slowly pulsating B-type stars

Kepler photometry of RRc stars: peculiar double-mode pulsations and period doubling

On the pulsation mode of Mira variables: evidence from the Large Magellanic Cloud

Photometric mode identification methods of non-radial pulsations in eclipsing binaries – I. Dynamic eclipse mapping

Spectroscopic pulsational frequency identification and mode determination of γ Doradus star HD 135825

Frequency analysis and pulsational mode identification of two γ Doradus stars: HD 40745 and HD 189631*

Spectroscopic pulsational frequency identification and mode determination of γ Doradus star HD12901⋆

The complex case of V445 Lyr observed with Kepler: two Blazhko modulations, a non-radial mode, possible triple mode RR Lyrae pulsation, and more

Delta Scuti Network observations of XX Pyx: detection of 22 pulsation modes and of short-term amplitude and frequency variations

A frequency analysis of the p-mode pulsations of the Ap SrEu(Cr) star HD 119027

Significance of periodogram peaks and a pulsation mode analysis of the Beta Cephei star V403 Car

Peculiar double-periodic pulsation in RR Lyrae stars of the OGLE collection – I. Long-period stars with dominant radial fundamental mode

 

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The way in which pulsations occur in a star. It may be described in terms of either the frequency of pulsation, or the physical motions of the star's surface. Pulsation at the lowest (forcing) frequency is known as the fundamental mode; at twice the frequency, the first overtone mode; and so on. A star may pulsate either with approximately spherical symmetry (radial pulsation), or as a series of waves running across the surface (non-radial pulsation). Pulsation may occur in a single mode or in multiple modes, depending on the type of star.

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