Identification of additional young nearby runaway stars based on Gaia data release 2 observations and the lithium test

@article{Bischoff2021IdentificationOA,
  title={Identification of additional young nearby runaway stars based on Gaia data release 2 observations and the lithium test},
  author={Richard Bischoff and Markus Mugrauer and Guillermo Torres and Michael Geymeier and Ralph Neuhauser and W. Stenglein and K.-U. Michel},
  journal={Astronomische Nachrichten},
  year={2021}
}
Funding Information NE 515/58-1. MU 2695/27-1. Runaway stars are characterised by their remarkably high space velocities, and the study of their formation mechanisms has attracted considerable interest. Young, nearby runaway stars are the most favorable for identifying their place of origin, and for searching for possible associated objects such as neutron stars. Usually the research field of runaway stars focuses on Oand B-type stars, because these objects are better detectable at larger… 

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