Basics of Astrophysics Revisited. I. Mass Luminosity Relation for K, M and G Class Stars

Authors: Edgars Alksnis

Small volume statistics show, that luminosity of slow rotating stars is proportional to their angular momentums of rotation. Cause should be outside of standard solar model. Slow rotating giants and dim dwarfs are not out of „main sequence” in this concept. Predictive power of stellar mass-radius- equatorial rotation speed-luminosity relation has been offered to test in numerous examples.

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