The young massive SMC cluster NGC 330 seen by MUSE. I. Observations and stellar content.

@article{Bodensteiner2019TheYM,
  title={The young massive SMC cluster NGC 330 seen by MUSE. I. Observations and stellar content.},
  author={J. Bodensteiner and H. Sana and L. Mahy and L. Patrick and A. D. Koter and S. E. Mink and C. J. Evans and Y. Gotberg and N. Langer and D. Lennon and F. R. Schneider and F. Tramper},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
  • J. Bodensteiner, H. Sana, +9 authors F. Tramper
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics
  • A majority of massive stars are part of binary systems, a large fraction of which will inevitably interact during their lives. Binary-interaction products (BiPs), i.e. stars affected by such interaction, are expected to be commonly present in stellar populations. BiPs are thus a crucial ingredient in the understanding of stellar evolution. We aim to identify and characterize a statistically significant sample of BiPs by studying clusters of 10-40 Myr, an age at which binary population models… CONTINUE READING
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