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ArasBeam is the website dediacted to Be stars amateur observers. Its goal is to organize the spectroscopic observations of Be stars by amateurs from all over the world.

Be stars evolve permanently, and the cause of their evolution is not fully understood. To better understand those evolutions, a regular tracking of as much stars as possible is required : a job accessible to amateur astronomers, and useful for science !

This site, as well as Be Observations Program is developed in collaboration with LESIA team (Observatoire de Paris-Meudon), and is based on data recorded in BeSS database.

You can use this website to study and analyse data already recorded, but you can do still better : join the observers team to multiply our measuements !

If you have questions, if you need questions about instruments, software, targets, and so on, join the distribution list Spectro-l

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Why do we observe Be stars ? (Welcome !)

Sunday 28 July 2013 by Francois Cochard
Be stars are very specific objects to observe in spectroscopy, for several reasons. They are very active stars, which make them great laboratories for stellar physics models. They are not fully understood, despite the huge effort made by the community these last years. Be stars are quite common (...)


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