Title: Luminous Blue Variables: Massive Stars in Transition
Volume: 120 Year: 1997 View this Volume on ADS
Editors: Nota, Antonella; Lamers, Henny
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Paper Title Page Authors
The Definition of Luminous Blue Variable 3 Bohannan, B.
Optical Spectral Morphology of LBVs 8 Walborn, N. R.
UV Spectral Morphology: The LBV - Opfe/WN9 Connection 13 Pasquali, A.
Near-Infrared Spectra of LBV; Be and B[e] Stars: Does Axisymmetry Provide a Morphological Link? 20 Morris, P. W.; Voors, R. H. M.; Lamers, H. J. G. L. M.; Eenens, Ph. R. J.
Spectral Variations of LBVs during Outbursts 26 Wolf, B.; Kaufer, A.
Cyclic Light Variations in LBVs 35 Sterken, C.; van Genderen, A. M.; de Groot, M.
Far Infrared ISO Observations of RD 160529 41 Blomme, R.; Runacres, M. C.; Vyverman, K.; Cohen, M.; Leitherer, C.; Owocki, S. P.
The Astro/HUT spectra of LBVs in the far-ultraviolet 43 Herald, J. E.; Schulte-Ladbeck, R. E.; Walborn, N. R.
Summary of the General Discussion 46 Conti, P. S.
Physical Properties of LBVs and related objects 51 Crowther, P. A.
Mass Loss from LBVs: Observational Constraints 58 Leitherer, C.
Is the Maximum Phase of LBVs caused by Increased Mass Loss? 66 de Koter, A.
Combined Stellar Structure and Atmosphere Models for Massive Stars:New Ionizing Fluxes and their Impact on H II Regions 71 Schaerer, D.
The Atmospheres of LBVs near the Eddington Limit 76 Lamers, H. J. G. L. M.
The Eddington Limit in Rotating Massive Stars 83 Langer, N.
Luminous Blue Supergiants in the LMC 90 Lennon, D. J.; Kudritzki, R.-P.; Haser, S. M.; Fitzpatrick, E. L.; Walborn, N. R.
O/N in the SMC LBV R40 95 Venn, K. A.
Stellar Parameters from Spectral Monitoring - Spectroscopic Monitoring of AG CAR 100 Stahl, O.
The ISO-SWS Spectrum of P Cygni 105 Najarro, F.; Kudritzki, R.-P.; Hillier, D. J.; Lamers, H. J. G. L. M.; Voors, R. H. M.; Morris, P. W.; Waters, L. B. F. M.
Atmospheric Conditions in LBVs: First Results from a High-Resolution Optical Survey 110 Gang, Th.; Leitherer, C.; Wolf, B.; Stahl, O.; Chapman, J.; van Gent, J.; Lamers, H. J. G. L. M.; Scuderi, S.
Six Years of Spectroscopic and Spectropolarimetric Monitoring of AG CAR 113 Schulte-Ladbeck, R. E.; Schmid, H. M.; Meade, M. R.; Harries, T. J.; Lupie, O. L.; Bjorkman, K. S.
Summary of the General Discussion 115 Schmutz, W.
ThePhysics of Stellar Winds Near the Eddington Limit 121 Owocki, S. P.; Gayley, K. G.
Pulsational Instability and LBV Eruptions 128 Glatzel, W.
Linear Pulsations of Strange Modes in LBVs 133 Cox, A. N.; Guzik, J. A.; Soukup, M. S.
A Nonlinear Study of LBVs and Possible Outbursts 138 Guzik, J. A.; Cox, A. N.; Despain, K. M.; Soukup, M. S.
Radiation Pressure in LBV Winds 143 Schmutz, W.
On the Fate of Strange - Mode Unstable Stars 150 Kiriakidis, M.; Chernigovski, S.; Fricke, K. J.; Glatzel, W.
Eccentric-Orbit Massive Binary Systems: the Effects of Tidal Forces and Line-Profile Variability 152 Moreno, E.; Georgiev, L.; Koenigsberger, G.
LBVs: Structure, Stability and Nucleosynthesis 154 Odegaard, K. J. R.
Summary of the General Discussion 156 Lamers, H. J. G. L. M.
B[e] Stars: What Are They and Why Are They At This Workshop? 161 Conti, P. S.
Disks around B[e] and LBV Stars 166 Cassinelli, J. P.; Ignace, R.
New Observational Results on B[e] Supergiants 173 Zickgraf, F.-J.
Star Formation, He I Stars, and LBVs in the Galactic Center 177 Blum, R. D.
New Candidate LBVs and B[e] Stars in M31 182 Walterbos, R. A. M.
Evolutionary Links between Ofpe/WN9 Stars and other Luminous Stars in 5 LMC Clusters 187 St.-Louis, N.; Turbide, L.; Moffat, A. F. J.
He I Lines in Luminous Galactic B[e] Stars 192 Andrillat, Y.; Jaschek, C.; Fremat, Y.; Houziaux, L.
Stars with LBV-type Spectrum in M33 and in NGC 2403 194 Corral, L.
The LBV-candidate in the Quintuplet Cluster (AFGL2004) near the Galactic Center 196 Figer, D. F.; Najarro, F.; McLean, I. S.; Morris, M.; Geballe, Th. R.
A Stellar Magnetic Diagnostic based on the Hanle Effect in Polarized Line Profiles 198 Ignace, R.; Cassinelli, J. P.; Nordsieck, K. H.
Wind bow shocks and HMXBs 200 Kaper, L.
Peculiar Early-Type Supergiants and LBVs: resemblance and difference 202 Miroshnichenko, A. S.
The Post-Red Supergiant IRC + 1420 204 Oudmaijer, R.; Waters, R.
Photometric Search for Rapid Pulsations in Six WR Stars 206 Schneider, H.; Glatzel, W.; Fricke, K. J.
Surface Chemistry and Evolutionary Status of O Supergiants 208 Smith, K. C.
LSS 4005 and NaSt 1, Galactic O[e] or B[e] Objects 211 van der Hucht, K. A.; Williams, P. M.; Morris, P. W.; van Genderen, A. M.
Summary of the General Discussion 213 Leitherer, C.
HD 5980 Before, During and After (?) the LBV-like Eruption: an Overview 217 Moffat, A. F. J.
The HD 5980 Binary System: Components and Spectral Types 222 Niemela, V. S.; Barba, R. H.; Morrell, N. I.; Corti, M.
The Light Changes in HD 5980 227 Breysacher, J.
IUE Observations of HD 5980: The Role of Binary Interaction Effects 233 Koenigsberger, G.; Moreno, E.
Evolution of the Optical Spectrum and Hydrogen Abundances in HD 5980 238 Barba, R. H.; Niemela, V. S.; Morrell, N. I.
The WN 11-like Spectrum of HD 5980 during the early Stages of the 1994 Eruption 243 Heydari-Malayeri, M.; Rauw, G.; Esslinger, O.
Summary of the General Discussion 245 Smith, L.
New HST Results on Eta Carinae and the Inner Nebula 249 Ebbets, D.; Morse, J.; Davidson, K.; Walborn, N.
NewHST Results on the Outer Nebula of eta Carinae 255 Dufour, R. J.; Glover, T. W.; Hester, J. J.; Curie, D. G.; van Orsow, D.; Walter, D. K.
The Structure of Eta Carinae's Homunculus from Imaging Polarimetry and Spectropolarimetry 260 Schulte-Ladbeck, R. E.; Hillier, D. J.; Clampin, M.; Pasquali, A.; Lupie, O. L.; Nota, A.
X-ray Emission and Variability of eta CAR 267 Corcoran, M. F.; Swank, J. H.; Petre, R.; Drake, S.; Ishibashi, K.
Near-Infrared Variability of eta Carinae 272 Damineli, A.
Millimeter Emission of Eta Carinae 277 Cox, P.
The Radio Outbursts from Eta Carinae 282 White, S. M.; Duncan, R. A.; Lim, J.; Drake, S. A.
Models for Eta Carinae 287 Hillier, D. J.
Radio Variability of Eta Carinae 294 Abraham, Z.; Damineli, A.
HST FOS Spectroscopy of Eta Carinae's Northeast Jet 296 Glover, T. W.; Dufour, R. J.; Hester, J. J.; Curie, D. G.; van Orsow, D.; Walter, D. K.
Summary of the General Discussion 298 Walborn, N.
Nebulae around LBVs and related stars: Morphology, Dynamics, Age, Mass 303 Nota, A.; Clampin, M.
Abundance Determinations in LBV Nebulae 310 Smith, L. J.
Dust in LBV-type Nebulae 316 Hutsemekers, D.
IR Observations of LBV Nebulae 322 Skinner, C. J.
Dust in the Nebulae surrounding LBVs 326 Waters, L. B. F. M.; Morris, P. W.; Voors, R. H. M.; Lamers, H. J. G. L. M.
LBV Outbursts: The Effects of Rotation 332 Garcia-Segura, G.; Langer, N.; Mac Low, M. M.
Where's the Disk?: LBV bubbles and Aspherical Fast Winds 338 Frank, A.
Giant Structures around Post-LBVs Stars 345 Manchado, A.; Garcia-Segura, G.; Chu, You-Hua; Castro, J. A.; Matthews, A.
Evidence of Evolution from LBV to WR from Circumstellar Environments 347 Marston, A. P.
The Chemical Abundances of Ejecta Nebulae surrounding Massive Stars 349 Stroud, M. P.
ISOCAM imaging of AG CAR and HR CAR 351 Trams, N. R.; Waters, L. B. F. M.; Voors, R. H. M.
Mid-Infrared imaging of the HR CAR Nebula 353 Voors, R. H. M.; Lamers, H. J. G. L. M.; Waters, L. B. F. M.; Trams, N. R.; Kaufl, H. U.
Summary of the General Discussion 355 Schulte-Ladbeck, R. E.
LBVs in OB Clusters and Associations 363 Garmany, C. D.
Statistics of LBVs and Related Stars 368 Parker, J. Wm.
LBV: How do they fit Evolution? 374 Maeder, A.
Summary of the General Discussion 381 Langer, N.
Redefinition of the LBV Phenomena? 387 Conti, P. S.
Luminous Blue Variable Stars as seen from Kona; Hawaii 389 Gallagher, J. S.