OCCASO IV. Radial velocities and open cluster kinematics

  title={OCCASO IV. Radial velocities and open cluster kinematics},
  author={Ricardo Carrera and Laia Casamiquela and J. Carbajo-Hijarrubia and Lola Balaguer-N'unez and C. Jordi and Merce Romero-G'omez and Sergi Blanco-Cuaresma and Tristan Cantat-Gaudin and Jorge Lillo-Box and Eduard Masana and Emanuel Rossetti INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova and Padova and Italy. and Laboratoire d'astrophysique de Bordeaux and Univ. Bordeaux and Cnrs and Pessac and France. and Institut de Ciencies del Cosmos and Universitat Aut'onoma de Barcelona and Barcelona and Spain and Harvard--Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and Cambridge and Ma and Usa and Max-Planck-Institut fur Astronomie and Heidelberg and H Germany and Centro de Astrobiolog'ia and Depto. de Astrof'isica and ESACESA. Villanueva de la Canada and Inaf - Arcetri and Florence and Space Science Data Center-ASI and via del Politecnico snc and Roma},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
Context. Open clusters (OCs) are widely used as test particles to investigate a variety of astrophysical phenomena from stellar evolution to Galactic evolution. Gaia and the complementary massive spectroscopic surveys are providing an unprecedented wealth of information about these systems. Aims. The Open Cluster Chemical Abundances from Spanish Observatories (OCCASO) survey aims to complement all this work by determining OCs accurate radial velocities and chemical abundances from high… 




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continued. the red clump, although they have a very low membership probability of p ≤0.2. The other two stars have p=0.6 and 0.8, respectively (Cantat-Gaudin

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and its radial velocity is not compatible in our sample. C.24. NGC 2632 We observed seven stars in NGC 2632, commonly known as Praesepe, all of them with p ≥0.9

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