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photon tiring limit hadd-e xastegi-ye foton Fr.: limite par fatigue du photon The maximum → v_{∞}^{2}/2 + GM/R) =
Mdot (v_{∞}^{2}/2 + v_{esc}^{2}/2). For
L, the mass loss rate is
_{wind} = L_{*}Mdot = 2_{max}L_{*}/(v_{∞}^{2} +
v_{esc}^{2}).
Following Owoki & Gayly (1997), Mdot is the maximum
mass loss rate when the wind just escapes the gravitational potential, with
_{tir}v tending toward zero.
_{∞}Mdot is much larger than typical mass
loss rates from → _{tir}line-driven winds, where the driving lines become
saturated with increasing density limiting the wind mass loss rates to
about 10^{-4} Msun yr^{-1} in even the most luminous stars.→ |

Roche limit hadd-e Roche Fr.: rayon de Roche The smallest distance at which a → _{M}/ρ_{m})^{1/3},
where R is the radius of the → primary body,
ρ_{M}_{M} is the → density of the
primary, and ρ_{m} is the density of
the secondary body. This formula can also be
expressed as:
d = 1.26 R
(_{m}M_{M}/M_{m})^{1/3}, where
R is the radius of the secondary. As an example,
for the Earth-Moon system, where _{m}R = 6,378 km,
ρ_{M}_{M} = 5.5 g cm^{-3}, and ρ_{m} = 2.5 g cm^{-3}
is 1.68 Earth radii.Named after Edouard Albert Roche (1820-1883), the French astronomer who first calculated
this theoretical limit in 1848; → |

rotational Eddington limit hadd-e Eddington-e carxeši Fr.: limite d'Eddington avec rotation The → → |

Schönberg-Chandrasekhar limit hadd-e Schönberg-Chandrasekhar Fr.: limite de Schönberg-Chandrasekhar During the → Named after the Brazilian astrophysicist Mario Schönberg (1914-1990) and
Subramahmanyan Chandrasekhar, → |

solar ecliptic limit hadd-e hurpehi-ye xoršid Fr.: limite écliptique du Soleil The greatest angular distance from a → |

static limit hadd-e istâ Fr.: limite stationnaire Same as → |

stationary limit surface ruye-ye hadd-e istvar Fr.: surface limite stationnaire A property of → → |

substellar limit hadd-e zir-setâre-yi Fr.: limite sous-stellaire The mass limit below which → → |

upper limit hadd-e bâlâ (#), ~ zabarin (#) Fr.: limite supérieure Of an integral operator, the point at which the integration ends. |

upper mass limit hadd-e bâlâyi-ye jerm, ~ zabarin-e ~ Fr.: limite supérieure de masses The highest mass range admitted in a star formation model. The high mass
end of the → |

volume-limited survey bardid bâ gonj-e hyaddmand Fr.: relevé limité en volume A survey in which the observed objects are contained in a given volume of space. |