The Arches cluster revisited: I. Data presentation and stellar census

@article{Clark2018TheAC,
  title={The Arches cluster revisited: I. Data presentation and stellar census},
  author={J. Clark and M. Lohr and F. Najarro and H. Dong and F. Martins},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2018},
  volume={617}
}
Context. Located within the central region of the Galaxy, the Arches cluster appears to be one of the youngest, densest and most massive stellar aggregates within the Milky Way. As such it has the potential to be a uniquely instructive laboratory for the study of star formation in extreme environments and the physics of very massive stars. Aims. To realise this possibility, the fundamental physical properties of both cluster and constituent stars need to be robustly determined; tasks we… Expand
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