Standard solar models: Perspectives from updated solar neutrino fluxes and gravity-mode period spacing

@article{Salmon2021StandardSM,
  title={Standard solar models: Perspectives from updated solar neutrino fluxes and gravity-mode period spacing},
  author={S'ebastien Salmon and G. Buldgen and Arlette Noels and Patrick Eggenberger and Richard Scuflaire and Georges Meynet},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Thanks to the vast and exquisite set of observations that have been made available for the Sun, our star is by far an ideal target for testing stellar models with a unique precision. A recent issue under consideration in the field is related to the progress in the solar surface abundances derivation that has led to a decrease of the solar metallicity. While the former high-metallicity models were in fair agreement with other observational indicators from helioseismology and solar… 

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