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Gclusters :: Bibliographic item "gc559"

Article ID: gc559
AuthorMunoz, C. et al.
TitleChemical analysis of NGC 6528: one of the most metal-rich bulge globular clusters
JournalAstronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 620, 12 pp.
Year of publication2018 (on gclusters from 2018-12-14 11:09:40 )
AbstractThe bulge globular clusters (GCs) are key tracers of the bulge, a central and ancient component of our Galaxy. It is essential to understand their formation and evolution to study that of the bulge, as well as their relationship with the other Galactic GC systems (halo and disk GCs). High-resolution spectroscopy is a powerful tool for such studies, allowing us to obtain a detailed chemical characterization and kinematics of the clusters and to compare their chemical patterns with those of their halo and disk counterparts. Our main goals are to obtain detailed abundances for a sample of seven red giant members of NGC 6528 in order to characterize their chemical composition and study the relationship of this GC with the bulge, and with other bulge, halo, and disk GCs. Moreover, we analyze this cluster's behavior associated with the multiple-populations phenomenon...
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