mass-luminosity relation

mass-luminosity relation
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  • Faber-Jackson relation — The Faber Jackson relation is an early empirical power law relation between the luminosity L and the central stellar velocity dispersion sigma of elliptical galaxies, first noted by the astronomers Sandra M. Faber and Robert Earl Jackson in 1976 …   Wikipedia

  • M-sigma relation — The M sigma (or MBH σ) relation is an empirical correlation between the stellar velocity dispersion σ of a galaxy bulge and the mass M of the supermassive black hole at the galaxy s center. The relation can be expressed mathematically as A recent …   Wikipedia

  • Planetary nebula luminosity function — (PNLF) is a secondary distance indicator used in astronomy. It makes use of the [O III| [O III] λ5007 forbidden line found in all planetary nebula which are members of the old stellar populations (Population… …   Wikipedia

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  • Séquence principale — Le diagramme de Hertzsprung Russell figure les étoiles. En abscisse, l indice de couleur (B V) ; en ordonnée, la magnitude absolue. La séquence principale se voit comme une bande diagonale marquée allant du haut à gauche au bas à droite. Ce… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Dynamical parallax — In astronomy, the distance to a visual binary star may be estimated from the masses of its two components, the size of their orbit, and the period of their revolution around one another.[1] A dynamical parallax is an (annual) parallax which is… …   Wikipedia


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