Hot HB stars in globular custers - Physical parameters and consequences for theory
V. Radiative levitation versus helium mixing
S. Moehler 1,
A.V. Sweigart 2,
W.B. Landsman 3 and
U. Heber 1
Astron. Astrophys. 360, 120--132 (2000)
As the result of an unfortunate error during printing of the article the following Note added in proof has not been inserted as indicated by the authors.
Note added in proof. With respect to the rotational velocities of blue HB stars in globular clusters Soker & Harpaz (2000, MNRAS 317, 861) recently suggested that a spin-up of red giants by planets, brown dwarfs, or low-mass stars and the resulting increases in loss of mass and angular momentum could explain the observations.
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Online publication: January 29, 2001