Testing the chemical tagging technique with open clusters
Blanco-Cuaresma, S; Soubiran, C; Heiter, U; Asplund, Martin; Carraro, G; Costado, M.T.; Feltzing, Sofia; González-Hernández, J.I.; Jiménez-Esteban, F; Korn, A. J.; Marino, Anna; Montes, D; San Roman, I; Tabernero, H.M.; Tautvaisiene, G
Context. Stars are born together from giant molecular clouds and, if we assume that the priors were chemically homogeneous and well-mixed, we expect them to share the same chemical composition. Most of the stellar aggregates are disrupted while orbiting the Galaxy and most of the dynamic information is lost, thus the only possibility of reconstructing the stellar formation history is to analyze the chemical abundances that we observe today. Aims. The chemical tagging technique aims to recover...[Show more]
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