The stellar content of LH 9 and 10 (N11) in the LMC - A case for sequential star formation

@article{Parker1992TheSC,
  title={The stellar content of LH 9 and 10 (N11) in the LMC - A case for sequential star formation},
  author={J. Parker and C. Garmany and P. Massey and N. Walborn},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={1992},
  volume={103},
  pages={1205-1233}
}
The young OB associations Lucke-Hodge 9 and 10 are studied with UBV photometry that is independent of reddening to determine the IMF directly from star counts. The temperature and reddening of the stars are determined which, in conjunction with the spectroscopic classification of the earliest stars, is employed to place the stellar groups on the theoretical H-R diagram. Observations are also presented of the highly compact H II region/knot N11A and the multiple system HD 32228, and LH 9 and 10… Expand
HST observations of the LMC compact H ii region N 11A
The present-day chemical composition of the LMC
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