High resolution HDS/SUBARU chemical abundances of the young stellar cluster Palomar 1

@article{Monaco2010HighRH,
  title={High resolution HDS/SUBARU chemical abundances of the young stellar cluster Palomar 1},
  author={Lorenzo Monaco and Ivo Saviane and Matteo Correnti and Piercarlo Bonifacio and D. Geisler Eso - European Southern Observatory and Santiago and Chile. and INAF-Osservatorio astronomico di Bologna and Italy. and Gepi and Observatoire de Paris and Cnrs and France. and Inaf - Trieste and Universidad de Concepcion},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2010},
  volume={525}
}
Context. Palomar1 is a peculiar globular cluster (GC). It is the youngest Galactic GC and it has been tentatively associated to several of the substructures recently discovered in the Milky Way (MW), including the Canis Major (CMa) overdensity and the Galactic Anticenter Stellar Structure (GASS). Aims. In order to provide further insights into its origin, we present the first high resolution chemical abundance analysis for one red giant in Pal1. Methods. We obtained high resolution (R = 30000… Expand
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