Mk Spectral Classification : 8th General Catalogue. By (author) William Buscombe.
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MK spectral classifications by William Buscombe, 1977, . 2d ed. published under title: MK spectral classifications published since Jaschek's La Plata catalogue and compiled by . Kennedy and W. Buscombe.
This is the twelfth in a series of catalogs of MK spectral types and UBV photometry issued from Dearborn .
This is the twelfth in a series of catalogs of MK spectral types and UBV photometry issued from Dearborn Observatory. Some classifications (indicated between parentheses) are inferred from photometric or astrometric considerations. Start by marking Mk Spectral Classifications: 10th General Catalogue as Want to Read: Want to Read savin.
Authors and affiliations. Part of the Astrophysics and Space Science Library book series (ASSL, volume 64). Abstract. Cite this paper as: Buscombe W. (1977) Third General Catalogue of MK Spectral Classifications. In: Jaschek . Wilkins . eds) Compilation, Critical Evaluation and Distribution of Stellar Data.
Each line indicates a particular chemical element or molecule, with the line strength indicating the abundance of that element.
SPECTRA & SPECTRAL CLASSIFICATION Corbally, Gray, & Garrison, The MK Process at 50 Years. Buscombe, MK Spectral Classication, 10th Catalog.
Williamina Fleming classified most of the spectra in this catalogue. This two-dimensional (temperature and luminosity) classification scheme is based on spectral lines sensitive to stellar temperature and surface gravity which is related to luminosity (whilst. the Harvard classification is based on surface temperature only).