Nearly 30,000 Late-type Main-sequence Stars with Stellar Age from LAMOST DR5

@article{Zhang2020Nearly3L,
  title={Nearly 30,000 Late-type Main-sequence Stars with Stellar Age from LAMOST DR5},
  author={Jiajun Zhang and Jingkun Zhao and Terry D. Oswalt and Xilong Liang and Xianhao Ye and Gang Zhao},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2020},
  volume={908}
}
We construct a sample of nearly 30,000 main-sequence stars with 4500 K < Teff < 5000 K and stellar ages estimated by the chromospheric activity−age relation. This sample is used to determine the age distribution in the R–Z plane of the Galaxy, where R is the projected Galactocentric distance in the disk midplane and Z is the height above the disk midplane. As ∣Z∣ increases, the percentage of old stars becomes larger. It is known that scale-height of Galactic disk increases as R increases, which… 

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The color represents a median value of υ f . The hand-drawn solid line in (a) reveals where the spiral is. The age range and the number of stars at this age range are marked above each panel