Subdwarf B star evolutionary systematics, conundrums and cautionary remarks

E. M. Green*, G. Fontaine, E. A. Hyde, S. Charpinet, P. Chayer

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Abstract

We examine some of the systematics of different types of subdwarf B stars - short-period sdB+WD binaries, short period sdB+MS binaries, composite spectrum systems and apparently single stars - using recent results from our ongoing spectroscopic surveys and from asteroseismology, 2MASS photometry and open cluster color-magnitude diagrams. There are a wide variety of puzzles still remaining to be solved before we understand all the details of subdwarf B star formation and evolution.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)167-174
Number of pages8
JournalBaltic Astronomy
Volume15
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2006

Keywords

  • Binaries: close
  • Stars: EHB and post-EHB
  • Stars: Fundamental parameters
  • Stars: subdwarfs

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    Green, E. M., Fontaine, G., Hyde, E. A., Charpinet, S., & Chayer, P. (2006). Subdwarf B star evolutionary systematics, conundrums and cautionary remarks. Baltic Astronomy, 15(2), 167-174.