Basics of Astrophysics Revisited. II. Mass Luminosity Rotation Relation for F, a, B, O and WR Class Stars

Authors: Edgars Alksnis

Small volume statistics show, that luminosity of bright stars is proportional to their angular momentums of rotation when certain relation between stellar mass and stellar rotation speed is reached. Cause should be outside of standard stellar model. Concept allows strengthen hypotheses of 1) fast rotation of Wolf-Rayet stars and 2) low mass central black hole of the Milky Way.

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