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Two groups of red giants with distinct chemical abundances in the bulge globular cluster NGC 6553 through the eyes of APOGEE
(OXFORD UNIV PRESS, 2017-02)
Multiple populations revealed in globular clusters (GCs) are important windows to the formation and evolution of these stellar systems. The metal-rich GCs in the Galactic bulge are an indispensable part of this picture, ...
Heavy elements Ba, La, Ce, Nd, and Eu in 56 Galactic bulge red giants
(EDP SCIENCES, 2016-02)
Aims. The aim of this work is the study of abundances of the heavy elements Ba, La, Ce, Nd, and Eu in 56 bulge giants (red giant branch and red clump) with metallicities ranging from 1 : 3 dex to 0 : 5 dex. Methods. ...
High-resolution abundance analysis of red giants in the metal-poor bulge globular cluster HP 1
(EDP SCIENCES, 2016-06)
Context. The globular cluster HP 1 is projected at only 3.̊33 from the Galactic center. Together with its distance, this makes it one of the most central globular clusters in the Milky Way. It has a blue horizontal branch ...
Gauging the Helium Abundance of the Galactic Bulge RR Lyrae Stars
(Institute of Physics Publishing, 2018)
We report the first estimate of the He abundance of the population of RR Lyrae stars in the Galactic bulge. This is done by comparing the recent observational data with the latest models. We use the large samples of ab-type ...
Oxygen and zinc abundances in 417 Galactic bulge red giants
(EDP Sciences, 2018)
Context. Oxygen and zinc in the Galactic bulge are key elements for the understanding of the bulge chemical evolution. Oxygen-to-iron abundance ratios provide a most robust indicator of the star formation rate and chemical ...