Chromospheric activity and evolutionary age of the Sun and four solar twins

@article{Mittag2016ChromosphericAA,
  title={Chromospheric activity and evolutionary age of the Sun and four solar twins},
  author={Marco Mittag and Klaus-Peter Schroder and Alexander Hempelmann and J. N. Gonz'alez-P'erez and J.H.M.M. Schmitt Hamburger Sternwarte and Universit{\`a}t Hamburg and Gojenbergsweg 112 and 21029 Hamburg and H Germany and Dep. de Astronomia and Univ. de Guanajuato and Mexico.},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  year={2016}
}
The activity levels of the solar-twin candidates HD 101364 and HD 197027 are measured and compared with the Sun, the known solar twin 18 Sco, and the solar-like star 51 Peg. Furthermore, the absolute ages of these five objects are estimated from their positions in the HR diagram and the evolutionary (relative) age compared with their activity levels. To represent the activity level of these stars, the Mount Wilson S-indices were used. To obtain consistent ages and evolutionary advance on the… 

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