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2010 Spring Symposium

The Origin of Multiple Populations in Star Clusters

Presented by: Alvio Renzini (INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova)
Category: Science Symposium   Duration: 35 minutes   Broadcast date: May 03, 2010
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The discovery of widespread multiple stellar populations in globular clusters has forced us to change dramatically our vision of these objects and of their formation. Especially intribuing has been the realization that some of these populations are strongly enriched in helium. The many suggestions so far advanced on the origin of the multiple populations will be reviewed and confronted to updated observational constraints in the attempt to identify those which may remain viable.

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Alvio Renzini PDF document (.pdf)