The Sizes of the Nearest Young Stars

@article{McCarthy2012TheSO,
  title={The Sizes of the Nearest Young Stars},
  author={Kyle McCarthy and Russel J. White},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={143},
  pages={134}
}
We present moderate resolution (R ~ 3575) optical spectra of 19 known or suspected members of the AB Doradus and ? Pictoris Moving Groups, obtained with the DeVeny Spectrograph on the 72 inch Perkins telescope at Lowell Observatory. For four of five recently proposed members, signatures of youth such as Li I 6708 ? absorption and H? emission further strengthen the case for youth and membership. The lack of detected lithium in the proposed ? Pic member TYC?2211-1309-1 implies that it is older… 

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