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Post #21by Trolligi 112477 » 04.06.2021, 13:32

why do I love wolf-rayet stars so much lol

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Post #22by trappistplanets » 04.06.2021, 13:36

thanks trolligi

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3 Late Thermal Pulse Stars

Post #23by Trolligi 112477 » 07.06.2021, 22:56

This small addon adds 3 late thermal pulse stars, stars which have passed the AGB stage and are going through a small flash of fusion before they actually die. About a quarter of all AGB stars go through this phase.

The 3 stars (Sakurai's Object, FG Sagittae and V605 Aquillae) are all quite different from each other in terms of parameters.

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Post #24by Trolligi 112477 » 30.06.2021, 14:23

This is my 4th version of the galactic WR stars addon. I think it adds WR 20, 24, 35, 39, 52, 60, 61, 62, 67, 77f, 77n A, 77n B, 82, 87, 89, 90, 94, 100, 101-2, 102c, 105, 111, 111-13, 120, 133 A, 133 B, 134, 135, 138a, and 142a.

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HD 45166

Post #25by Trolligi 112477 » 15.07.2021, 18:38

This addon adds HD 45166, an exotic binary system containing a B-type star and what is called a quasi-WR star, which is a WR-like star, but less extreme and less massive, as it is formed through the stripping of its outer layers, like blue subdwarfs. HD 45166 A is still reasonably bright, actually brighter than one WR (WR 119), also the dimmest WR known.
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HD 45166 B on the left and HD 45166 A on the right

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