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The K2 Galactic Archaeology Program Data Release 3: Age-abundance Patterns in C1–C8 and C10–C18
Abstract: We present the third and final data release of the K2 Galactic Archaeology Program (K2 GAP) for Campaigns C1–C8 and C10–C18. We provide asteroseismic radius and mass coefficients, κ R and κ M , for ∼19,000 red ...
The RADIOSTAR Project
Radioactive nuclei are the key to understanding the circumstances of the birth of our Sun because meteoritic analysis has proven that many of them were present at that time. Their origin, however, has been so far elusive. ...
Common Envelope Jet Supernova r -process Yields Can Reproduce [Eu/Fe] Abundance Evolution in the Galaxy
We use a numerical Galactic chemical evolution model and find that the common envelope jet supernova (CEJSN) r-process scenario can account for both the very early average ratio of europium to iron and its evolution at ...
The GALAH Survey: Chemical tagging and chrono-chemodynamics of accreted halo stars with GALAH+ DR3 and $Gaia$ eDR3
Since the advent of $Gaia$ astrometry, it is possible to identify massive accreted systems within the Galaxy through their unique dynamical signatures. One such system, $Gaia$-Sausage-Enceladus (GSE), appears to be an early ...
The impact of metallicity on nova populations
The metallicity of a star affects its evolution in a variety of ways, changing stellar radii, luminosities, lifetimes, and remnant properties. In this work, we use the population synthesis code binary_c to study how ...
The COMBS Survey -- III. The Chemodynamical Origins of Metal-Poor Bulge Stars
The characteristics of the stellar populations in the Galactic Bulge inform and constrain the Milky Way's formation and evolution. The metal-poor population is particularly important in light of cosmological simulations, ...