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Nearby Young Stars and Young Moving Groups

@inproceedings{Kastner2022NearbyYS,
  title={Nearby Young Stars and Young Moving Groups},
  author={Joel H. Kastner and David A. Principe},
  year={2022}
}
The past two decades have seen dramatic progress in our knowledge of the population of stars of age < ∼150 Myr that lie within ∼100 pc of the Sun. Most such stars are found in loose kinematic groups (“nearby young moving groups”; NYMGs). The proximity of NYMGs and their members facilitates studies of the X-ray properties of coeval groups of pre-main sequence (pre-MS) stars as well as of individual pre-MS systems. In this review, we focus on how NYMG X-ray studies provide unique insight into the… 

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