Gyrochronological dating of the stellar moving group Group X

@article{Messina2021GyrochronologicalDO,
  title={Gyrochronological dating of the stellar moving group 
Group X},
  author={Sergio Messina and Domenico Nardiello and Silvano Desidera and Martina Baratella and Serena Benatti and Katia Biazzo and Valentina D’Orazi},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Gyrochronology is one of the methods currently used to estimate the age of stellar open clusters. Hundreds of new clusters, associations, and moving groups unveiled by Gaia and complemented by accurate rotation period measurements provided by recent space missions such as Kepler and TESS are allowing us to significantly improve the reliability of this method. Aims. We use gyrochronology, that is, the calibrated age-mass-rotation relation valid for low-mass stars, to measure the age of… 

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