Universal Journal of Physics and Application Vol. 8(5), pp. 257 - 262
DOI: 10.13189/ujpa.2014.020504
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Physics of Stars and Measurement Data: Part I


Boris V.Vasiliev *
Independent Researcher, Russia

ABSTRACT

The explanation of dependencies of the parameters of the stars and the Sun which was measured by astronomers is considered as a main task of the physics of stars. This theory is based on taking into account of the existence of a gravity-induced electric polarization of intra-stellar plasma because this plasma is an electrically polarized substance. The accounting of the gravity-induced electric polarization gives the explanation to data of astronomical measurements: the temperature-radius-mass-luminosity relations, the spectra of seismic oscillations of the Sun, distribution of stars on their masses, magnetic fields of stars and etc. The stellar radiuses, masses and temperatures are expressed by the corresponding ratios of the fundamental constants, and individuality of stars are determined by two parameters - by the charge and mass numbers of nuclei, from which a stellar plasma is composed. This theory is the lack of a collapse in the final stage of the star development, as well as "black holes" that could be results from a such collapse.

KEYWORDS
Electric Polarization, Plasma, Stellar Mass, Stellar Temperature, Stellar Radius, Seismic Oscillations, Magnetic Field

Cite this paper
Boris V.Vasiliev . "Physics of Stars and Measurement Data: Part I." Universal Journal of Physics and Application 8.5 (2014) 257 - 262. doi: 10.13189/ujpa.2014.020504.