Re: [nbos] Stellar Radius - Mass - Luminosity Parameters.
Daniel Williamson
Sat Feb 23rd, 2008
Hi Dalton,

Yeah, its super easy to be misunderstood on email. I think I've lost track of what you are asking for, how can I help?

Dan

___________________________________________________
"Umm..."

----- Original Message ----
From: Dalton Calford <dcalford-at-distributel.ca>
To: nbossoftware-at-nbos.com
Sent: Saturday, February 23, 2008 3:54:46 PM
Subject: Re: [nbos] Stellar Radius - Mass - Luminosity Parameters.

Hi
Dan,

I
guess
I
also
am
not
being
too
clear,
isn't
email
a
wonderful
tool
to
communicate.......

:)


Anyways,
what
I
was
saying
is
that
I
do
have
alot
of
stars
calculated
already,
(although
I
need
to
check
on
the
values).

The
2000+
stars
in
the
list
that
don't
match
up
with
what
I
have
are
due
to
either
typos
(a
trailing
space
or
hidden
character
makes
a
mess
of
lookup
values)
or
due
to
exactly
what
you
where
saying
-
such
as
two
values
for
the
same
star
-
A01a-A01b.

Most
of
these
need
human
intervention
just
to
figure
out
what
is
going
on,
but,
there
are
stars
that
are
listed
that
don't
match
up
with
the
table
I
have.

So,
that
is
what
I
am
working
on.

Here
is
the
lookup
data
I
have
so
far
-
please
forgive
the
formating
as
email
does
not
keep
things
nice
and
tidy.












Spectrum
LUMINOSITY
RADII
MASS













A0D
0.01
0.02
0.36













A0Ia
107000
135
18














A0Ib
15000
50
16














A0II
2200
18
14














A0III
280
6.2
12














A0IV
156
4.5
6














A0V
90
3.2
3.2













A1D
0.01
0.02
0.36













A1Ia
102000
138
17














A1Ib
14300
51
15














A1II
1930
17
13.4













A1III
240
5.9
11.4













A1IV
132.2
4.1
5.6













A1V
75.2
2.92
2.98













A2D
0.01
0.02
0.36














A2Ia
97000
141
17














A2Ib
13700
52
15














A2II
1660
16
12.8













A2III
200
5.6
10.8













A2IV
108.4
3.8
5.2














A2V
60
2.64
2.76













A3D
0.01
0.02
0.36














A3Ia
91000
143
16














A3Ib
13000
53
14














A3II
1390
16
12.2













A3III
170
5.2
10.2














A3IV
84.6
3.4
4.8













A3V
45.6
2.36
2.54













A4D
0.01
0.02
0.36














A4Ia
86000
146
16














A4Ib
12400
54
14














A4II
1120
15
11.6














A4III
130
4.9
9.6














A4IV
60.8
3.1
4.4













A4V
30.8
2.08
2.32













A5D
0.01
0.02
0.36














A5Ia
81000
149
15














A5Ib
11700
55
13














A5II
850
14
11














A5III
90
4.6
9















A5IV
37
2.7
4














A5V
16
1.8
2.1













A6D
0.01
0.02
0.36














A6Ia
77000
154
15














A6Ib
10800
56
13














A6II
800
14
10.8














A6III
80
4.6
8.8














A6IV
33.4
2.7
3.7













A6V
14.42
1.78
2.02













A7D
0.01
0.02
0.36














A7Ia
73000
159
14














A7Ib
10000
57
13














A7II
750
15
10.6














A7III
80
4.6
8.6














A7IV
29.8
2.7
3.4













A7V
12.84
1.76
1.94













A8D
0.01
0.02
0.36














A8Ia
69000
164
14














A8Ib
9100
57
12














A8II
700
15
10.4














A8III
70
4.7
8.4














A8IV
26.2
2.7
3.1













A8V
11.26
1.74
1.86













A9D
0.01
0.02
0.36














A9Ia
65000
169
13














A9Ib
8300
58
12














A9II
650
16
10.2














A9III
60
4.7
8.2














A9IV
22.6
2.7
2.8













A9V
9.68
1.72
1.78













B0D
0.05
0.02
0.26














B0Ia
560000
52
60














B0Ib
270000
30
50














B0II
170000
22
30













B0III
107000
16
25














B0IV
81000
13
20














B0V
56000
10
18













B1D
0.05
0.02
0.26














B1Ia
489000
57
54














B1Ib
225300
31
45














B1II
139720
22
28













B1III
86940
14.8
23













B1IV
65200
11.5
18













B1V
45080
8.88
15.7













B2D
0.05
0.02
0.26














B2Ia
418000
61
48














B2Ib
180700
32
40














B2II
109440
21
26













B2III
66880
13.6
21














B2IV
49400
9.9
16













B2V
34160
7.76
13.4













B3D
0.05
0.02
0.26














B3Ia
346000
66
42














B3Ib
136000
33
35














B3II
79160
21
24













B3III
46820
12.4
19














B3IV
33600
8.4
14













B3V
23240
6.64
11.1













B4D
0.05
0.02
0.26














B4Ia
275000
70
36














B4Ib
91400
34
30














B4II
48880
20
22













B4III
26760
11.2
17














B4IV
17800
6.8
12













B4V
12320
5.52
8.8













B5D
0.05
0.02
0.26














B5Ia
204000
75
30














B5Ib
46700
35
25














B5II
18600
20
20














B5III
6700
10
15














B5IV
2000
5.3
10














B5V
1400
4.4
6.5













B6D
0.05
0.02
0.26














B6Ia
185000
87
28














B6Ib
40400
38
23













B6II
15320
20
18.8













B6III
5420
9.2
14.4













B6IV
1631.2
5.1
9.2













B6V
1138
4.16
5.84













B7D
0.05
0.02
0.26














B7Ia
165000
99
25














B7Ib
34000
41
21













B7II
12040
19
17.6













B7III
4130
8.5
13.8














B7IV
1262.4
5
8.4














B7V
876
3.92
5.18













B8D
0.05
0.02
0.26













B8Ia
146000
111
23














B8Ib
27700
44
20














B8II
8760
19
16.4













B8III
2850
7.7
13.2













B8IV
893.6
4.8
7.6














B8V
614
3.68
4.52













B9D
0.05
0.02
0.26













B9Ia
126000
123
20














B9Ib
21300
47
18














B9II
5480
18
15.2














B9III
1560
7
12.6













B9IV
524.8
4.7
6.8














B9V
352
3.44
3.86














F0D
0
0.01
0.42














F0Ia
61000
174
13














F0Ib
7400
59
12














F0II
600
16
10














F0III
53
4.7
8














F0IV
19
2.7
2.5














F0V
8.1
1.7
1.7














F1D
0
0.01
0.42














F1Ia
59000
180
13














F1Ib
6900
59
12














F1II
580
16
9.6














F1III
50
4.8
7.4














F1IV
17.6
2.7
2.4













F1V
7.18
1.64
1.62














F2D
0
0.01
0.42














F2Ia
57000
186
13














F2Ib
6500
59
11














F2II
560
17
9.2














F2III
50
4.9
6.8














F2IV
16.2
2.7
2.3













F2V
6.26
1.58
1.54














F3D
0
0.01
0.42














F3Ia
55000
192
12














F3Ib
6000
60
11














F3II
550
17
8.9














F3III
50
5
6.2














F3IV
14.8
2.6
2.2













F3V
5.34
1.52
1.46














F4D
0
0.01
0.42














F4Ia
53000
198
12














F4Ib
5600
60
10














F4II
530
18
8.5














F4III
50
5.1
5.6














F4IV
13.4
2.6
2.1













F4V
4.42
1.46
1.38














F5D
0
0.01
0.42














F5Ia
51000
204
12














F5Ib
5100
60
10














F5II
510
18
8.1














F5III
43
5.2
5















F5IV
12
2.6
2














F5V
3.5
1.4
1.3













F5VI
0.98
1.14
0.8














F6D
0
0.01
0.42














F6Ia
54000
223
12














F6Ib
5300
65
10














F6II
520
19
8.1














F6III
40
5.6
4.5













F6IV
10.9
2.6
1.95













F6V
3.04
1.33
1.25













F6VI
0.85
1.12
0.76














F7D
0
0.01
0.42














F7Ia
57000
242
12














F7Ib
5500
70
10














F7II
530
21
8.1















F7III
50
6
4














F7IV
9.8
2.6
1.9














F7V
2.58
1.25
1.2













F7VI
0.72
1.09
0.72














F8D
0
0.01
0.42














F8Ia
61000
260
12














F8Ib
5700
74
10














F8II
540
22
8.1














F8III
50
6.3
3.5














F8IV
8.7
2.5
1.85













F8V
2.13
1.18
1.14













F8VI
0.58
1.07
0.68














F9D
0
0.01
0.42














F9Ia
64000
279
12














F9Ib
5900
79
10














F9II
550
24
8.1














F9III
50
6.7
3














F9IV
7.6
2.5
1.8














F9V
1.67
1.1
1.09













F9VI
0.45
1.04
0.64














G0D
0
0.01
0.63














G0Ia
67000
298
12














G0Ib
6100
84
10














G0II
560
25
8.1














G0III
50
7.1
2.5














G0IV
6.5
2.5
1.75













G0V
1.21
1.03
1.04













G0VI
0.32
1.02
0.6














G1D
0
0.01
0.63














G1Ia
71000
329
12














G1Ib
6500
93
10














G1II
600
27
8.5














G1III
60
7.9
2.6














G1IV
6.18
2.6
1.8














G1V
1.1
1.01
1.02













G1VI
0.3
0.93
0.59














G2D
0
0.01
0.63














G2Ia
76000
360
12














G2Ib
6900
102
11














G2II
630
30
8.9














G2III
60
8.7
2.8













G2IV
5.86
2.6
1.85















G2V
1
0.98
1














G2VI
0
0.83
0.57














G3D
0
0.01
0.63














G3Ia
80000
392
13














G3Ib
7300
110
11














G3II
670
32
9.2














G3III
70
9.4
2.9














G3IV
5.54
2.7
1.9













G3V
0.89
0.96
0.98













G3VI
0.24
0.74
0.56














G4D
0
0.01
0.63














G4Ia
85000
423
13














G4Ib
7700
119
12














G4II
700
35
9.6














G4III
70
10.2
3.1













G4IV
5.22
2.7
1.95














G4V
0.78
1
0.96














G4VI
0.21
1
0.54














G5D
0
0.01
0.63














G5Ia
89000
454
13














G5Ib
8100
128
12














G5II
740
37
10














G5III
75
11
3.2














G5IV
4.9
2.8
2













G5V
0.67
0.91
0.94













G5VI
0.19
0.55
0.53














G6D
0
0.01
0.63














G6Ia
91000
494
13














G6Ib
8800
146
12














G6II
770
40
10.2














G6III
80
12
3.4













G6IV
4.85
2.9
2.06














G6V
0.62
1
0.92














G6VI
0.17
1
0.51














G7D
0
0.01
0.63














G7Ia
92000
534
13














G7Ib
9500
163
12














G7II
800
44
10.4














G7III
80
13
3.5














G7IV
4.81
3
2.12













G7V
0.57
0.91
0.89













G7VI
0.16
0.49
0.49














G8D
0
0.01
0.63














G8Ia
94000
574
14














G8Ib
10300
181
13














G8II
830
47
10.6














G8III
90
14
3.7













G8IV
4.76
3.1
2.18













G8V
0.52
0.91
0.87













G8VI
0.15
0.46
0.47














G9D
0
0.01
0.63














G9Ia
95000
614
14














G9Ib
11000
198
13














G9II
860
51
10.8














G9III
90
15
3.8













G9IV
4.72
3.2
2.24














G9V
0.47
1
0.85














G9VI
0.13
0
0.45














K0D
0
0.01
0.83














K0Ia
97000
654
14














K0Ib
11700
216
13














K0II
890
54
11















K0III
95
16
4














K0IV
4.67
3.3
2.3













K0V
0.42
0.91
0.83













K0VI
0.12
0.4
0.43














K1D
0
0.01
0.83














K1Ia
99000
725
15














K1Ib
13400
251
14














K1II
1200
68
11.6













K1III
140
21.2
4.2














K1IV
4.67
3.3
2.3














K1V
0.35
0.84
1














K1VI
0.1
0.38
0














K2D
0
0.01
0.83













K2Ia
101000
796
16














K2Ib
15200
286
14














K2II
1510
82
12.2













K2III
190
26.4
4.4














K2IV
4.67
3.3
2.3













K2V
0.28
0.77
0.72













K2VI
0.08
0.36
0.39














K3D
0
0.01
0.83













K3Ia
103000
868
16














K3Ib
16900
322
15














K3II
1830
96
12.8













K3III
230
31.6
4.6














K3IV
4.67
3.3
2.3














K3V
0.22
0.7
0.67













K3VI
0.06
0.35
0.37














K4D
0
0.01
0.83













K4Ia
105000
939
17














K4Ib
18700
357
15













K4II
2140
110
13.4













K4III
280
36.8
4.8














K4IV
4.67
3.3
2.3













K4V
0.15
0.63
0.62













K4VI
0.04
0.33
0.35














K5D
0
0.01
0.83













K5Ia
107000
1010
18














K5Ib
20400
392
16














K5II
2450
124
14














K5III
320
42
5













K5V
0.08
0.57
0.57













K5VI
0.03
0.31
0.33














K6D
0
0.01
0.83













K6Ia
109000
1101
18














K6Ib
25500
485
16














K6II
2880
147
14













K6III
350
46.2
5.3













K6V
0.07
0.56
0.55














K6VI
0.02
0.3
0.3














K7D
0
0.01
0.83













K7Ia
111000
1193
19














K7Ib
30600
578
16














K7II
3310
169
14













K7III
380
50.4
5.5













K7V
0.06
0.56
0.54













K7VI
0.02
0.29
0.26














K8D
0
0.01
0.83













K8Ia
113000
1284
19














K8Ib
35800
671
16














K8II
3740
192
14













K8III
410
54.6
5.8













K8V
0.06
0.56
0.52













K8VI
0.02
0.28
0.22














K9D
0
0.01
0.83













K9Ia
115000
1376
20














K9Ib
40900
764
16














K9II
4170
214
14














K9III
440
58.8
6













K9V
0.05
0.55
0.51













K9VI
0.01
0.27
0.19














M0D
0
0.01
1.11













M0Ia
117000
1467
20














M0Ib
46000
857
16














M0II
4600
237
14














M0III
470
63
6.3













M0V
0.04
0.55
0.49













M0VI
0.01
0.26
0.15














M1D
0
0.01
1.11













M1Ia
119000
1778
21













M1Ib
54600
1100
17













M1II
6660
332
14.4














M1III
830
96
6.5













M1V
0.03
0.51
0.46













M1VI
0.01
0.23
0.14














M2D
0
0.01
1.11













M2Ia
122000
2088
22













M2Ib
63200
1343
18













M2II
8720
427
14.8













M2III
1190
129
6.7













M2V
0.03
0.47
0.43













M2VI
0.01
0.2
0.13














M3D
0
0.01
1.11













M3Ia
124000
2399
23













M3Ib
71800
1587
18













M3II
10780
522
15.2














M3III
1560
162
7













M3V
0.02
0.43
0.39













M3VI
0.01
0.17
0.12














M4D
0
0.01
1.11













M4Ia
127000
2709
24













M4Ib
80400
1830
19













M4II
12840
617
15.6













M4III
1920
195
7.2














M4V
0.01
0.4
0.36














M4VI
0
0.13
0.11














M5D
0
0.01
1.11













M5Ia
129000
3020
25













M5Ib
89000
2073
20














M5II
14900
712
16













M5III
2280
228
7.4













M5V
0.01
0.36
0.33














M5VI
0
0.1
0.1














M6D
0
0.01
1.11













M6Ia
132000
3140
26













M6Ib
96000
2274
21













M6II
15230
767
16.5













M6III
2380
261
7.9














M6V
0.01
0.32
0.3














M6VI
0
0.09
0.22














M7D
0
0.01
1.11













M7Ia
135000
3260
28













M7Ib
103000
2475
23














M7II
15550
822
17













M7III
2490
294
8.3














M7V
0
0.28
0.27














M7VI
0
0.08
0.34














M8D
0
0.01
1.11













M8Ia
138000
3379
29













M8Ib
110000
2675
24













M8II
15880
876
17.5













M8III
2590
327
8.8














M8V
0
0.24
0.24














M8VI
0
0.07
0.46














M9D
0
0.01
1.11













M9Ia
141000
3499
30













M9Ib
117000
2876
25














M9II
16200
931
18













M9III
2690
360
9.2














M9V
0
0.2
0.22














M9VI
0
0.05
0.58



















On
Sat,
2008-02-23
at
09:12
-0800,
Daniel
Williamson
wrote:
>
Hi
Dalton,
>
>
I
guess
what
I'm
saying
is
that
A0Ia
*is*
in
the
standard
class,
its
not
weird.
Giants
have
a
Ia
and
Ib
types
and
probably
others.
Of
course,
my
Astronomy
book
is
not
at
hand.
Also,
real
world
data
hedges
its
bets.
If
there
is
controversy
in
the
scientific
community,
they'll
indicate
that
by
listing
A0Ia-Ib.
They
aren't
sure
and
don't
want
to
get
flamed
for
claiming
something
that
accepted
science
does
not
agree
upon.
For
gaming
purposes,
you
can
make
a
decision.
If
you
want
to
be
real
detailed,
you
could
list
all
of
the
stars
where
you
made
a
judgment
call
and
what
you
did.
For
White
Dwarves,
you
don't
need
to
be
real
exact.
You
can
simply
call
it
a
white
dwarf
and
be
done.
The
process
of
creating
the
white
dwarf
would
wipe
out
any
planets
or
RPG
interesting
details
in
the
system.
>
>
Dan
>
>
___________________________________________________
>
"Umm..."
>
>
-----
Original
Message
----
>
From:
Dalton
Calford
<dcalford-at-distributel.ca>
>
To:
nbossoftware-at-nbos.com
>
Sent:
Friday,
February
22,
2008
11:17:13
AM
>
Subject:
Re:
[nbos]
Stellar
Radius
-
Mass
-
Luminosity
Parameters.
>
>
>
Hi
>
Dan,
>
>
I
>
have
>
over
>
2000
>
such
>
systems
>
and
>
they
>
are
>
listed
>
alphabetically,
>
thus
>
you
>
see
>
the
>
pattern
>
as
>
I
>
only
>
grabed
>
the
>
first
>
few
>
items.
>
>
If
>
the
>
spectral
>
class
>
was
>
in
>
the
>
format
>
G2V
>
(I
>
have
>
all
>
the
>
formats
>
from
>
O
>
to
>
M
>
with
>
all
>
the
>
decimal
>
classifications)
>
then
>
I
>
would
>
have
>
the
>
data.
>
>
What
>
I
>
would
>
need
>
help
>
with
>
is
>
for
>
those
>
stars
>
that
>
don't
>
fit
>
into
>
the
>
standard
>
O,B,A,F,G,K,M
>
size
>
and
>
decimal
>
classes.
>
>
Some
>
of
>
those
>
are
>
dwarf
>
stars
>
(white
>
and
>
brown)
>
or
>
they
>
are
>
some
>
sort
>
of
>
class
>
that
>
is
>
not
>
detailed
>
properly
>
(or
>
just
>
typed
>
wrong).
>
>
For
>
those
>
that
>
are
>
just
>
typed
>
wrong
>
or
>
the
>
data
>
is
>
strange,
>
all
>
it
>
is
>
going
>
to
>
take
>
is
>
a
>
human
>
to
>
read
>
the
>
data,
>
go
>
to
>
a
>
site
>
such
>
as
>
celestia
>
and
>
get
>
confirmation
>
as
>
to
>
what
>
the
>
star
>
should
>
be.
>
>
>
On
>
Fri,
>
2008-02-22
>
at
>
03:58
>
-0800,
>
Daniel
>
Williamson
>
wrote:
>
>
>
Dalton,
>
>
>
>
>
You
>
may
>
be
>
running
>
into
>
difficulty
>
because
>
many
>
of
>
the
>
spectral
>
classes
>
you
>
listed:
>
>
>
A0Ia
>
>
>
comp
>
>
>
A0Ia(p)
>
>
>
A0Ia0
>
>
>
A0Ia:
>
>
>
A0Iab
>
>
>
A0Iab-Ib
>
>
>
A0Iae
>
>
>
A0MNp...
>
>
>
A0V
>
>
>
+
>
>
>
A2V
>
>
>
>
>
Are
>
giants
>
e.g.
>
"1a."
>
The
>
other
>
problem
>
I've
>
found
>
is
>
that
>
usually
>
real
>
world
>
data
>
is
>
generated
>
by
>
people
>
who
>
prefer
>
to
>
hedge
>
their
>
bets
>
rather
>
than
>
make
>
a
>
judgment
>
call.
>
Which
>
is
>
why
>
you
>
get
>
things
>
like
>
"A0Iab."
>
The
>
real
>
world
>
is
>
not
>
digital,
>
nor
>
neatly
>
categorized.
>
I
>
certainly
>
hope
>
you
>
can
>
accomplish
>
what
>
you
>
set
>
out
>
to
>
do
>
without
>
getting
>
too
>
frustrated.
>
>
>
>
>
Last
>
time
>
I
>
did
>
an
>
exercise
>
like
>
this,
>
I
>
used
>
the
>
mass,
>
radius,
>
luminosity
>
numbers
>
from
>
the
>
2300AD
>
game.
>
Would
>
those
>
help?
>
>
>
>
>
Dan.
>
>
>
Baltimore
>
>
>
>
>
___________________________________________________
>
>
>
"Umm..."
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>

>

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