Yellow Supergiants in the Andromeda Galaxy (M31)

@article{Drout2009YellowSI,
  title={Yellow Supergiants in the Andromeda Galaxy (M31)},
  author={M. Drout and P. Massey and G. Meynet and S. Tokarz and N. Caldwell},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={703},
  pages={441-460}
}
The yellow supergiant content of nearby galaxies can provide a critical test of stellar evolution theory, bridging the gap between the hot, massive stars and the cool red supergiants. But, this region of the color-magnitude diagram is dominated by foreground contamination, requiring membership to somehow be determined. Fortunately, the large negative systemic velocity of M31, coupled to its high rotation rate, provides the means for separating the contaminating foreground dwarfs from the bona… Expand
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