The Isochronal Age Scale of Young Moving Groups in the Solar Neighbourhood

@article{Bell2015TheIA,
  title={The Isochronal Age Scale of Young Moving Groups in the Solar Neighbourhood},
  author={Cameron P. M. Bell and Eric E. Mamajek and Tim Naylor},
  journal={Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union},
  year={2015},
  volume={10},
  pages={41 - 48}
}
Abstract We present a self-consistent, absolute isochronal age scale for young (≲ 200 Myr), nearby (≲ 100 pc) moving groups, which is consistent with recent lithium depletion boundary ages for both the β Pic and Tucana-Horologium moving groups. This age scale was derived using a set of semi-empirical pre-main-sequence model isochrones that incorporate an empirical colour-Teff relation and bolometric corrections based on the observed colours of Pleiades members, with theoretical corrections for… 
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