Resources to find Data/Models for Nonradial Pulsations of Va

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Hello! I'm currently working on a project in which I need to make an animated visualization demonstrating the physical changes and luminosity changes of a star with non radial stellar pulsations. This visualization has to be based on real or theoretical data or a real or theoretical model but I don't know where to start looking for this data that I can use as a basis for my visualization. Does anyone know any good resources for this that they can suggest?

Thanks,
Sam
 

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You might try the solar satellite web site. Are you writing the imaging software or using a commercial package?
 
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You might try the solar satellite web site. Are you writing the imaging software or using a commercial package?
Thanks. I'll look into that. I'm using a commercial package: Blender
 
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Try this: https://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/
I'm not familiar with Blender, but I'm pretty sure you're going to need particles and dynamics capabilities in your software if you're doing anything in 3-D.
There was also an interesting article on super flares on a nearby type M on Phys.org.
 
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You might try the solar satellite web site. Are you writing the imaging software or using a commercial package?
Thanks. I think I really only need it to become brighter and dimmer and to simultaneously expand and contract.
 
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What about Mira? (Omicron Ceti) Mira is the first Cephid variable discovered, and may be what you are expected to model.
 
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