The Star Formation History of LGS 3

  title={The Star Formation History of LGS 3},
  author={Bryan W. Miller and Andrew E. Dolphin and M. G. Lee and S. C. Kim and P. Hodge Gemini and Kpno and Seoul. and Washington},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
We have determined the distance and star formation history of the Local Group dwarf galaxy LGS 3 from deep Hubble Space Telescope WFPC2 observations. LGS 3 is intriguing because ground-based observations showed that, while its stellar population is dominated by old, metal-poor stars, there is a handful of young, blue stars. Also, the presence of H I gas makes this a possible "transition object" between dwarf spheroidal and dwarf irregular galaxies. The HST data are deep enough to detect the… 
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