In astrophysics, the von Zeipel theorem states that the radiative flux in a uniformly rotating star is proportional to the local effective gravity . Specifically, where the luminosity and mass are evaluated on a surface of constant pressure . The effective temperature can then be found at a given colatitude from the local effective gravity .

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  • In astrophysics, the von Zeipel theorem states that the radiative flux in a uniformly rotating star is proportional to the local effective gravity . Specifically, where the luminosity and mass are evaluated on a surface of constant pressure . The effective temperature can then be found at a given colatitude from the local effective gravity .
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  • In astrophysics, the von Zeipel theorem states that the radiative flux in a uniformly rotating star is proportional to the local effective gravity . Specifically, where the luminosity and mass are evaluated on a surface of constant pressure . The effective temperature can then be found at a given colatitude from the local effective gravity .
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  • Théorème de von Zeipel
  • Teorema di von Zeipel
  • Von Zeipel theorem
  • Теорема фон Цайпеля
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