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Probing core overshooting using asteroseismology

Abstract : Modeling properly the interface between convective cores and radiative interiors is one the most challenging and important open questions in modern stellar physics. The rapid development of asteroseismology, with the advent of space missions partly dedicated to this discipline, has provided new constraints to progress on this issue. We here give an overview of the information that can be obtained from pressure modes, gravity modes and mixed modes. We also review some of the most recent constraints obtained from space-based asteroseismology on the nature and the amount of mixing beyond convective cores.
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Sébastien Deheuvels. Probing core overshooting using asteroseismology. Bulletin de la Société Royale des Sciences de Liège, in Proceedings of the workshop "How Much do we Trust Stellar Models?", September 2018, held in Liège, Belgium, 2019, 88, pp.84-105. ⟨insu-03674380⟩

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