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000002889 100__ $$aHubrig, S.
000002889 245__ $$aThe evolution of magnetic fields in early B-type stars
000002889 260__ $$c2009
000002889 520__ $$aTo date, only a small number of O and early B-type stars have been investigated for magnetic fields, and as a result, only about a dozen magnetic early B-type stars and only few magnetic O stars are known. The lack of information on the existence, origin and role of magnetic fields in massive stars is especially disturbing because magnetic fields may have paramount influence on the stellar evolution of high-mass stars. Our study focuses on the magnetic fields in early B-type stars with a stronger emphasis on ß Cep and SPB stars. Weak longitudinal magnetic fields (up to ˜ 300 G) have been recently detected using FORS 1 in a few ß Cep and SPB stars, proving that these types of massive B-type stars can no longer be considered as non-magnetic. 
000002889 700__ $$a Briquet, M.
000002889 700__ $$a Schöller, M.
000002889 700__ $$a De Cat, P.
000002889 700__ $$a Morel, T.
000002889 773__ $$cCD319-CD322$$pRevista Mexicana de Astronomia y Astrofisica Conference Series$$v36$$y2009
000002889 85642 $$ahttp://esoads.eso.org/abs/2009RMxAC..36..319H
000002889 905__ $$apublished in
000002889 980__ $$aNONREF