Age and helium content of the open cluster NGC 6791 from multiple eclipsing binary members

@inproceedings{Brogaard2021AgeAH,
  title={Age and helium content of the open cluster NGC 6791 from multiple eclipsing binary members},
  author={Karsten Brogaard and Frank Grundahl and Eric L. Sandquist and Ditte Slumstrup and Michael L. Jensen and J. B. Thomsen and Jonas Helboe Jorgensen and Joshua R. Larsen and S. T. Bjorn and C. Sorensen and Hans Bruntt and Torben Arentoft and S{\o}ren Frandsen and Jens Jessen-Hansen and Jerome A. Orosz and Robert D. Mathieu and Aaron M. Geller and North Ryde and Dennis Stello and S{\o}ren Meibom and Imants Platais},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Models of stellar structure and evolution can be constrained using accurate measurements of the parameters of eclipsing binary members of open clusters. Multiple binary stars provide the means to tighten the constraints and, in turn, to improve the precision and accuracy of the age estimate of the host cluster. In the previous two papers of this series, we have demonstrated the use of measurements of multiple eclipsing binaries in the old open cluster NGC 6791 to set tighter… 

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