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J/AN/331/349  O, B-type & red supergiant masses and luminosities  (Hohle+, 2010)

Masses and luminosities of O- and B-type stars and red supergiants. Hohle M.M., Neuhauser R., Schutz B.F. <Astron. Nachrichten, 331, 349-360 (2010)> =2010AN....331..349H
ADC_Keywords: Stars, O ; Stars, B-type ; Stars, supergiant ; Photometry, infrared ; Stars, masses ; Effective temperatures Keywords: binaries: general - stars: early-type - stars: fundamental parameters - stars: statistics Abstract: Massive stars are of interest as progenitors of supernovae, i.e. neutron stars and black holes, which can be sources of gravitational waves. Recent population synthesis models can predict neutron star and gravitational wave observations but deal with a fixed supernova rate or an assumed initial mass function for the population of massive stars. Here we investigate those massive stars, which are supernova progenitors, i.e. with O- and early B-type stars, and also all supergiants within 3kpc. We restrict our sample to those massive stars detected both in 2MASS and observed by Hipparcos, i.e. only those stars with parallax and precise photometry. To determine the luminosities we calculated the extinctions from published multi-colour photometry, spectral types, luminosity class, all corrected for multiplicity and recently revised Hipparcos distances. We use luminosities and temperatures to estimate the masses and ages of these stars using different models from different authors. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table1.dat 108 2196 Input data for single stars table1fp.dat 108 262 Pourbaix input data of primary for multiple stars table1sp.dat 108 262 Pourbaix input data of secondary for multiple stars table2.dat 60 101 All values obtained from the catalogues cited in the paper table3.dat 76 2196 Derived mass and luminosity, single stars table3p.dat 76 101 *own mass calculation of primary for multiple stars table3s.dat 76 101 *own mass calculation of secondary for multiple stars table3fp.dat 76 262 *Pourbaix derived mass and luminosity of primary for multiple stars table3sp.dat 76 262 *Pourbaix derived mass and luminosity of secondary for multiple stars
Note on table3s.dat, table3p.dat : based on the temperature/luminosity as listed in table2. Note on table3fp.dat, table3sp.dat : Data based on the catalogue from Pourbaix Catalogue of Spectroscopic Binary Orbits (B/sb9)
See also: B/sb9 : SB9: 9th Catalogue of Spectroscopic Binary Orbits (Pourbaix+ 2004-2009) I/239 : The Hipparcos and Tycho Catalogues (ESA 1997) I/311 : Hipparcos, the New Reduction (van Leeuwen, 2007) Byte-by-byte Description of file: table1*.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 6 I6 --- HIP Hipparcos identification number (Cat. I/311) 8- 13 F6.3 mag Bmag ?=99.99 B magnitude 15- 20 F6.3 mag Vmag ?=99.99 V magnitude 22- 29 F8.5 mag Jmag ?=99.99 2MASS J magnitude 31- 35 F5.3 mag e_Jmag ? rms uncertainty on Jmag 37- 44 F8.5 mag Hmag ?=99.99 2MASS H magnitude 46- 50 F5.3 mag e_Hmag ? rms uncertainty on Hmag 52- 58 F7.4 mag Kmag ?=99.99 2MASS K magnitude 60- 64 F5.3 mag e_Kmag ? rms uncertainty on Kmag 66- 70 F5.2 mas plx New reduced Hipparcos parallax 72- 76 F5.2 mas e_plx rms uncertainty on plx 78- 83 F6.3 mas pcor Parallax correction (1) 85- 90 F6.3 mas e_pcor rms uncertainty on pcor 92- 99 A8 --- SpType MK spectral type 101-108 F8.2 K Teff ? Input effective temperature
Note (1): corrected using Eq. (21) in Smith & Eichhorn (1996MNRAS.281..211S).
Byte-by-byte Description of file: table2.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 6 I6 --- HIP Hipparcos identification number (1) 8- 12 F5.2 solMass M1 Mass of the primary 14- 20 F7.4 solMass M2 Mass of the secondary 24- 33 F10.2 solLum Lbol1 Bolometric luminosity of the primary 37- 46 F10.3 solLum Lbol2 Bolometric luminosity of the secondary 50- 54 I5 K Teff1 Effective temperature of the primary 56- 60 I5 K Teff2 Effective temperature of the secondary
Note (1): Multiple entries mean multiple appearance in the different catalogues.
Byte-by-byte Description of file: table3*
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 6 I6 --- HIP Hipparcos identification number 8- 12 F5.2 solMass minM1 ? Bertelli mass interval, lower value (1) 14- 18 F5.2 solMass maxM1 ? Bertelli mass interval, upper value (1) 20- 24 F5.2 solMass minM2 ? Claret mass interval, lower value (1) 26- 31 F6.2 solMass maxM2 ? Claret mass interval, upper value (1) 33- 37 F5.2 solMass minM3 ? Schaller mass interval, lower value (1) 38- 43 F6.2 solMass maxM3 ? Schaller mass interval, upper value (1) 45- 50 F6.2 solMass Mmed ? Median mass 52- 56 F5.2 solMass e_Mmed ? Standard deviation for Median mass 58- 67 F10.2 solLum Lbol ? Calculated bolometric luminosity (2) 69- 76 F8.2 K Teffc ? Calculated Effective temperature
Note (2): We derived the luminosities from the corrected (Smith & Eichhorn, 1996MNRAS.281..211S) parallaxes. Bertelli et al., 1994, Cat. J/A+AS/106/275 Claret, 2004, Cat. J/A+A/424/919 Schaller et al., 1992, Cat. J/A+AS/96/269 Note (1): From luminosities and effective temperatures we calculated the masses (using the models below and taking the errors of the luminosities into account) with medians and standard deviation.
Acknowledgements: Markus Hohle, Markus.Hohle(at)uni-jena.de
(End) Patricia Vannier [CDS] 03-May-2010
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