Philip Massey mainly focuses on Astrophysics, Stars, Astronomy, Supergiant and Metallicity. His is involved in several facets of Astrophysics study, as is seen by his studies on Stellar evolution, Star formation, Spiral galaxy, T Tauri star and Stellar mass loss. His research on Stars frequently links to adjacent areas such as Galaxy.
Astronomy is a component of his Stellar classification, Blue straggler, O-type star, K-type main-sequence star and Initial mass function studies. His studies deal with areas such as Telescope, Luminous blue variable, X-ray binary, Photometry and Hypergiant as well as O-type star. Philip Massey combines subjects such as Extinction and Effective temperature with his study of Red supergiant.
His primary areas of investigation include Astrophysics, Stars, Astronomy, Galaxy and Red supergiant. His study in Wolf–Rayet star, Supergiant, Local Group, Metallicity and Stellar evolution is carried out as part of his studies in Astrophysics. His Stellar classification, Large Magellanic Cloud, Small Magellanic Cloud, Photometry and Milky Way investigations are all subjects of Stars research.
His Galaxy research includes elements of Supernova and Photometry. His work is dedicated to discovering how Red supergiant, Effective temperature are connected with Betelgeuse and other disciplines. His study in T Tauri star is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stellar mass loss and Blue straggler.
His main research concerns Astrophysics, Stars, Red supergiant, Galaxy and Wolf–Rayet star. His study in Astrophysics concentrates on Supergiant, Small Magellanic Cloud, Metallicity, Milky Way and Star. His Stars study is concerned with Astronomy in general.
The concepts of his Red supergiant study are interwoven with issues in Effective temperature and Spiral galaxy. His work carried out in the field of Galaxy brings together such families of science as Supernova, O-type star, Photometry and Binary star. His Wolf–Rayet star study incorporates themes from Star cluster and Single star.
Philip Massey mostly deals with Stars, Astrophysics, Red supergiant, Local Group and Astronomy. As part of his studies on Stars, Philip Massey often connects relevant areas like Galaxy. His study in Supergiant, Metallicity, O-type star, Photometry and Supernova are all subfields of Astrophysics.
His Supergiant research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Effective temperature and Luminosity function. His research investigates the connection with Red supergiant and areas like Star which intersect with concerns in Spectral energy distribution and Be star. His Astronomy study focuses on Radial velocity in particular.
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The effective temperature scale of galactic red supergiants : Cool, but not as cool as we thought
Emily M. Levesque;Emily M. Levesque;Emily M. Levesque;Philip Massey;Philip Massey;K. A. G. Olsen;Bertrand Plez.
The Astrophysical Journal (2005)
The Initial Mass Function and Massive Star Evolution in the OB Associations of the Northern Milky Way
Philip Massey;Kelsey E. Johnson;Kelsey E. Johnson;Kathleen Degioia-Eastwood.
The Astrophysical Journal (1995)
A Survey of Local Group Galaxies Currently Forming Stars. I. UBVRI Photometry of Stars in M31 and M33
Philip Massey;Philip Massey;K. A. G. Olsen;Paul W. Hodge;Shay B. Strong;Shay B. Strong.
The Astronomical Journal (2006)
Star Formation in R136: A Cluster of O3 Stars Revealed by Hubble Space Telescope Spectroscopy*
Philip Massey;Deidre A. Hunter.
The Astrophysical Journal (1998)
A UBVR CCD Survey of the Magellanic Clouds
Philip Massey;Philip Massey.
Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (2002)
Massive stars in the field and associations of the magellanic clouds: The upper mass limit, the initial mass function, and a critical test of main-sequence stellar evolutionary theory
Philip Massey;Cornelia C. Lang;Cornelia C. Lang;Kathleen Degioia-Eastwood;Catharine D. Garmany.
The Astrophysical Journal (1995)
Massive Stars in the Local Group: Implications for Stellar Evolution and Star Formation
Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics (2003)
The Magellanic Clouds Photometric Survey: The Large Magellanic Cloud Stellar Catalog and Extinction Map
Dennis Zaritsky;Jason Harris;Ian B. Thompson;Eva K. Grebel.
The Astronomical Journal (2002)
Spectroscopic studies of O type stars. IX - Binary frequency
C. D. Garmany;P. S. Conti;P. Massey.
The Astrophysical Journal (1980)
Massive stars in Cyg OB2
Philip Massey;A. B. Thompson.
The Astronomical Journal (1991)
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