Rachel Nere

Rachel Nere

Aug 16, 2021

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    About This Project

    Stars end their lives forming beautiful nebulae. On the way towards illuminating nebulae, many of them enter an unstable stage of life where the star’s surface pulsates, producing a rhythmic pattern of light that can be observed by astronomers. An example of this are RV Tauri Variable Stars. These stars are particularly important in understanding the end of a stars' life. My goal is to create a new list of RV Tauri Variable Stars from a list of potential candidates.

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