Author: Basu S.
Source: Astrophysics and Space Science, Volume 284, Number 1, 2003 , pp. 153-164(12)
Inversions of oscillation frequencies have proved to be extremely powerful in studying the structure of the Sun. We examine the conditions under which we can invert oscillation frequencies of other stars to study their structure. We show that despite the very limited number of modes that are expected to be observed in other stars, we can perform inversions that will give localized information of the stellar core. These results can limit the space of admissible models of a given star.
Document Type: Research article
Publication date: 2003-01-01