Peter P. Eggleton

1967-2000 University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
 2000-2012 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA, United States 
evolution of stars
"Peter P. Eggleton"

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Fred Hoyle grad student 1966 Cambridge
 (Nuclear Reactions in Degenerate Stellar Cores.)


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Ronald Frederick Webbink grad student 1975 Cambridge
James MacDonald grad student 1974-1978
Christopher Adam Tout grad student 1989 Cambridge (Astronomy Tree)
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Yakut K, Eggleton PP, Kalomeni B, et al. (2015) A turn-offdetached binary star V568 Lyr in the Kepler field of the oldest open cluster (NGC 6791) in the Galaxy Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 453: 2937-2942
Dai L, Blandford RD, Eggleton PP. (2013) Adiabatic evolution of mass-losing stars Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 434: 2940-2947
Eggleton PP. (2011) Chandrasekhar's book an Introduction to the Study of Stellar Structure Pramana - Journal of Physics. 77: 97-105
Eggleton PP. (2010) The rabbit and the lion Aip Conference Proceedings. 1314: 3-4
Kisseleva-Eggleton L, Eggleton PP. (2010) Multiple stars and stellar evolution Aip Conference Proceedings. 1314: 128-132
Ahmad N, Zainuddin MZ, Yahya MS, et al. (2010) Evolutionary study of the Be star 28 Tau Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union. 6: 274-275
Eggleton PP. (2010) Evolution of intermediate and low mass binary systems New Astronomy Reviews. 54: 45-49
Eggleton PP. (2009) Towards multiple-star population synthesis Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 399: 1471-1481
Makarov VV, Eggleton PP. (2009) The origin of bright X-ray sources in multiple stars Astrophysical Journal. 703: 1760-1765
Eggleton PP, Tokovinin AA. (2008) A catalogue of multiplicity among bright stellar systems Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 389: 869-879
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