Stellar Astronomy

Stellar astronomy is the study of the sun and the stars: what they are, how they move, and how they are born, live, and die. The major challenge of this field is the staggering distance to even the closest stars. Scientists had great difficulty understanding stars without being able to touch them and experiment upon them. This difficulty required radical, creative thinking and a constant willingness to embrace new ideas and techniques.

 

  • Photometry and cluster populations
  • Stellar periodicity
  • Hot subdwarf stars
  • Spectroscopy

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