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A single low-energy, iron-poor supernova as the source of metals in the star SMSS J031300.36−670839.3
It is concluded that low-energy supernovae were common in the early Universe, and that suchsupernovae yielded light-element enrichment with insignificant iron.
The two metallicity groups of the globular cluster M 22: a chemical perspective
We present a detailed chemical composition analysis of 35 red giant stars in the globular cluster M22. High resolution spectra for this study were obtained at five observatories, and analyzed in a
Age determination of six intermediate-age small magellanic cloud star clusters with HST/ACS
We present a photometric analysis of the star clusters Lindsay 1, Kron 3, NGC 339, NGC 416, Lindsay 38, and NGC 419 in the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC), observed with the Hubble Space Telescope
Ca II Triplet Spectroscopy of Giants in Small Magellanic Cloud Star Clusters: Abundances, Velocities, and the Age-Metallicity Relation
We have obtained spectra at the Ca II triplet of individual red giants in seven Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC) star clusters whose ages range from ~4 to 12 Gyr. The spectra have been used to determine
A real-time fast radio burst: polarization detection and multiwavelength follow-up
Fast radio bursts (FRBs) are one of the most tantalizing mysteries of the radio sky; their progenitors and origins remain unknown and until now no rapid multiwavelength follow-up of an FRB has been
The GALAH Survey: Second Data Release
The Galactic Archaeology with HERMES (GALAH) survey is a large-scale stellar spectroscopic survey of theMilkyWay, designed to deliver complementary chemical information to a large number of stars
The abundance spread in the giants of NGC 6752.
A spectroscopic survey has been performed of 69 stars on or near the giant branches of the metal-poor globular cluster NGC 6752. Our basic results are: (i) There is a large range in the strength of
A New Red Giant-based Distance Modulus of 13.3 Mpc to the Antennae Galaxies and Its Consequences
The Antennae galaxies are the closest example of an ongoing major galaxy merger and, as such, represent a unique laboratory for furthering the understanding of the formation of exotic objects (e.g.,