CD-24 17504 , the SIMBAD biblio

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2019A&A...621A.108A viz 19       D               1 59 ~ Binarity among CEMP-no stars: an indication of multiple formation pathways? ARENTSEN A., STARKENBURG E., SHETRONE M.D., et al.
2019A&A...622L...4A viz 233           X C       4 13 ~ Carbon and oxygen in metal-poor halo stars. AMARSI A.M., NISSEN P.E., ASPLUND M., et al.
2019A&A...624A..44S viz 187           X         4 7 ~ Be and O in the ultra metal-poor dwarf 2MASS J18082002-5104378: the Be-O correlation. SPITE M., BONIFACIO P., SPITE F., et al.
2019A&A...630A.104A viz 47           X         1 11 ~ Carbon, oxygen, and iron abundances in disk and halo stars. Implications of 3D non-LTE spectral line formation. AMARSI A.M., NISSEN P.E. and SKULADOTTIR A.
2019ApJ...879...37N 19       D               2 74 ~ The most metal-poor stars. V. The CEMP-no stars in 3D and non-LTE. NORRIS J.E. and YONG D.
2018ApJ...857...46I viz 18       D               1 206 9 The initial mass function of the first stars inferred from extremely metal-poor stars. ISHIGAKI M.N., TOMINAGA N., KOBAYASHI C., et al.
2017A&A...598A..54H viz 17       D               1 80 ~ Something borrowed, something blue: The nature of blue metal-poor stars inferred from their colours and chemical abundances. HANSEN C.J., JOFRE P., KOCH A., et al.
2017AJ....154...52M viz 17       D               1 68 7 High-resolution spectroscopy of extremely metal-poor stars from SDSS/SEGUE. III. Unevolved stars with [Fe/H] <= -3.5. MATSUNO T., AOKI W., BEERS T.C., et al.
2017MNRAS.468..418F 104       D         F     2 51 8 The mass distribution of Population III stars. FRASER M., CASEY A.R., GILMORE G., et al.
2016A&A...586A.160H 128           X C       2 36 27 The role of binaries in the enrichment of the early Galactic halo. II. Carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars: CEMP-no stars. HANSEN T.T., ANDERSEN J., NORDSTROEM B., et al.
2016A&A...591A.118S viz 17       D               6 31386 40 The PASTEL catalogue: 2016 version. SOUBIRAN C., LE CAMPION J.-F., BROUILLET N., et al.
2016ApJ...817..112S viz 17       D               1 20547 17 A proper motion survey using the first sky pass of NEOWISE-reactivation data. SCHNEIDER A.C., GRECO J., CUSHING M.C., et al.
2016ApJ...833...20Y viz 17       D               3 304 44 Observational constraints on first-star nucleosynthesis. I. Evidence for multiple progenitors of CEMP-no stars. YOON J., BEERS T.C., PLACCO V.M., et al.
2015ApJ...808...53J 4581 T   A S   X C       107 5 1 CD -24°17504: a new comprehensive element abundance analysis. JACOBSON H.R. and FREBEL A.
2014A&A...571A..62C 41           X         1 44 3 Chemical abundances of the metal-poor horizontal-branch stars BPS CS 22186-005. CALISKAN S., CAFFAU E., BONIFACIO P., et al.
2014ApJ...788..180C viz 16       D               1 329 37 Carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars: CEMP-s and CEMP-no subclasses in the halo system of the Milky Way. CAROLLO D., FREEMAN K., BEERS T.C., et al.
2013ApJ...762...25N viz 16       D               1 74 45 The most metal-poor stars. I. Discovery, data, and atmospheric parameters. NORRIS J.E., BESSELL M.S., YONG D., et al.
2013ApJ...762...26Y viz 16       D               1 198 138 The most metal-poor stars. II. Chemical abundances of 190 metal-poor stars including 10 new stars with [Fe/H] ≤ -3.5. YONG D., NORRIS J.E., BESSELL M.S., et al.
2013ApJ...762...27Y viz 16       D               1 88 74 The most metal-poor stars. III. The metallicity distribution function and carbon-enhanced metal-poor fraction. YONG D., NORRIS J.E., BESSELL M.S., et al.
2013ApJ...769...57F viz 263       D     X C       6 17 53 Deriving stellar effective temperatures of metal-poor stars with the excitation potential method. FREBEL A., CASEY A.R., JACOBSON H.R., et al.
2013ApJ...771...67I viz 16       D               1 103 66 Chemical abundances of the Milky Way thick disk and stellar halo. II. Sodium, iron-peak, and neutron-capture elements. ISHIGAKI M.N., AOKI W. and CHIBA M.
2013PASJ...65...65T 16       D               1 46 9 Carbon abundances of metal-poor stars determined from the C I 1.068-1.069µm lines. TAKEDA Y. and TAKADA-HIDAI M.
2012ApJ...753...64I viz 56       D     X         2 106 44 Chemical abundances of the Milky Way thick disk and stellar halo. I. Implications of [α/Fe] for star formation histories in their progenitors. ISHIGAKI M.N., CHIBA M. and AOKI W.
2012PASJ...64...42T 217       D     X C       5 16 8 Behavior of [S/Fe] in very metal-poor stars from the S I 1.046µm lines revisited. TAKEDA Y. and TAKADA-HIDAI M.
2011ApJ...743..140B viz 16       D               4 124 27 Beryllium and alpha-element abundances in a large sample of metal-poor stars. BOESGAARD A.M., RICH J.A., LEVESQUE E.M., et al.
2010A&A...512A..54C viz 16       D               1 465 447 An absolutely calibrated Teff scale from the infrared flux method. Dwarfs and subgiants. CASAGRANDE L., RAMIREZ I., MELENDEZ J., et al.
2010A&A...515L...3M 16       D               1 90 98 Observational evidence for a broken Li spite plateau and mass-dependent Li depletion. MELENDEZ J., CASAGRANDE L., RAMIREZ I., et al.
2010PASJ...62..143I 16       D               8 68 34 Chemical abundances of outer halo stars in the Milky Way. ISHIGAKI M., CHIBA M. and AOKI W.
2009A&A...493..601H viz 251       D     X         7 18 57 Lithium abundances of halo dwarfs based on excitation temperature. I. Local thermodynamic equilibrium. HOSFORD A., RYAN S.G., GARCIA PEREZ A.E., et al.
2009A&A...500.1143F 406       D   O X C       10 43 64 The C/O ratio at low metallicity: constraints on early chemical evolution from observations of galactic halo stars. FABBIAN D., NISSEN P.E., ASPLUND M., et al.
2009ApJ...698.1803A 485       D     X C F     11 31 89 Lithium abundances of extremely metal-poor turnoff stars. AOKI W., BARKLEM P.S., BEERS T.C., et al.
2009ApJ...701.1519R 16       D               2 52 31 Beryllium, oxygen, and iron abundances in extremely metal-deficient stars. RICH J.A. and BOESGAARD A.M.
2009MNRAS.396.1895C viz 16       D               1 717 9 Mg and TiO spectral features at the near-IR: spectrophotometric index definitions and empirical calibrations. CENARRO A.J., CARDIEL N., VAZDEKIS A., et al.
2007A&A...461..767A 7 2 29 Experimental Mg I oscillator strengths and radiative lifetimes for astrophysical applications on metal-poor stars. New data for the Mg I b triplet. ALDENIUS M., TANNER J.D., JOHANSSON S., et al.
2007A&A...462..851B 2 35 154 First stars. VII - Lithium in extremely metal poor dwarfs. BONIFACIO P., MOLARO P., SIVARANI T., et al.
2007A&A...469..319N         O           75 87 Sulphur and zinc abundances in Galactic halo stars revisited. NISSEN P.E., AKERMAN C., ASPLUND M., et al.
2006A&A...445..939S viz 453 65 uvby-β photometry of high-velocity and metal-poor stars. XI. Ages of halo and old disk stars. SCHUSTER W.J., MOITINHO A., MARQUEZ A., et al.
2006AN....327...72B 359 19 Galactic model parameters for field giants separated from field dwarfs by their 2MASS and V apparent magnitudes. BILIR S., KARAALI S., GUVER T., et al.
2006ApJ...641.1122B 1 14 30 Beryllium in disk and halo stars: evidence for a beryllium dispersion in old stars. BOESGAARD A.M. and NOVICKI M.C.
2005A&A...430..507A 1         O           23 57 Mg abundances in metal-poor halo stars as a tracer of early Galactic mixing. ARNONE E., RYAN S.G., ARGAST D., et al.
2004A&A...421..649I         O           46 77 Galactic evolution of nitrogen. ISRAELIAN G., ECUVILLON A., REBOLO R., et al.
2004A&A...422..527S viz 500 36 uvby-β photometry of high-velocity and metal-poor stars. X. Stars of very low metal abundance: Observations, reddenings, metallicities, classifications, distances, and relative ages. SCHUSTER W.J., BEERS T.C., MICHEL R., et al.
2004A&A...423..777B         O           43 36 Cu and Zn in the early Galaxy. BIHAIN G., ISRAELIAN G., REBOLO R., et al.
2004AN....325..462P 21 0 Unsolved problems in observational astronomy. I. Focus on stellar spectroscopy. PALLAVICINI R. and RANDICH S.
2004ApJ...615L..33M 1 41 132 Reappraising the spite lithium plateau: extremely thin and marginally consistent with WMAP data. MELENDEZ J. and RAMIREZ I.
2003ApJ...582.1011S viz 35378 177 Improved astrometry and photometry for the Luyten catalog. II. Faint stars and the revised catalog. SALIM S. and GOULD A.
2003ApJ...594L.123L 5 5 57 On the origin of HE 0107-5240, the most iron-deficient star presently known. LIMONGI M., CHIEFFI A. and BONIFACIO P.
2003PASA...20..270K 88 8 A new procedure for the photometric parallax estimation. KARAALI S., KARATAS Y., BILIR S., et al.
2002ApJ...567..515Q 3 11 70 Determination of nucleosynthetic yields of supernovae and very massive stars from abundances in metal-poor stars. QIAN Y.-Z. and WASSERBURG G.J.
2002ApJ...574..398P 1 25 99 Stellar mixing and the primordial lithium abundance. PINSONNEAULT M.H., STEIGMAN G., WALKER T.P., et al.
2002ApJ...576L.141A 4 8 74 Chemical composition of the carbon-rich, extremely metal poor star CS 29498-043: a new class of extremely metal poor stars with excesses of magnesium and silicon. AOKI W., NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G., et al.
2002ApJ...577..281C 8 5 82 The explosive yields produced by the first generation of core collapse supernovae and the chemical composition of extremely metal poor stars. CHIEFFI A. and LIMONGI M.
2002ApJ...580.1100R 4 7 60 Models of metal-poor stars with gravitational settling and radiative accelerations. III. Metallicity dependence. RICHARD O., MICHAUD G. and RICHER J.
2001A&A...373..159C viz 15       D               3323 217 Catalogue of [Fe/H] determinations for FGK stars: 2001 edition. CAYREL DE STROBEL G., SOUBIRAN C. and RALITE N.
2001ApJ...551..833I 2 13 87 Oxygen in the very early Galaxy. ISRAELIAN G., REBOLO R., GARCIA LOPEZ R.J., et al.
2001ApJ...561.1034N 5 11 182 Extremely metal-poor stars. VIII. High-resolution, high signal-to-noise ratio analysis of five stars with [Fe/H]≲-3.5. NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G. and BEERS T.C.
2000A&A...362..666P 4 3 40 First UVES observations of beryllium in very metal-poor stars. PRIMAS F., MOLARO P., BONIFACIO P., et al.
2000A&AS..145..473B 68 13 Intrinsic colour calibration for F, G, K stars. BONIFACIO P., CAFFAU E. and MOLARO P.
2000ApJ...540..456N 2 5 44 Extremely metal-poor stars. VII. The most metal-poor dwarf, CS 22876-032. NORRIS J.E., BEERS T.C. and RYAN S.G.
1999AJ....117..981B viz 547 124 Estimation of stellar metal abundance. II. A recalibration of the Ca II K technique, and the autocorrelation function method. BEERS T.C., ROSSI S., NORRIS J.E., et al.
1999ApJ...521..753T 137 272 Stellar iron abundances: non-LTE effects. THEVENIN F. and IDIART T.P.
1999ApJ...523..654R 2 29 245 The Spite lithium plateau: ultrathin but postprimordial. RYAN S.G., NORRIS J.E. and BEERS T.C.
1999ApJS..123..639N viz 2628 37 A search for stars of very low metal abundance. III. UBV photometry of metal-weak candidates. NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G. and BEERS T.C.
1998A&AS..129..431H viz 15       D               38783 440 uvbyβ photoelectric photometric catalogue. HAUCK B. and MERMILLIOD M.
1998AJ....116.1922A viz 323 31 Ca II H and K photometry on the uvby system. III. The metallicity calibration for the red giants. ANTHONY-TWAROG B.J. and TWAROG B.A.
1997A&AS..124..299C viz 3161 192 A catalogue of [Fe/H] determinations: 1996 edition. CAYREL DE STROBEL G., SOUBIRAN C., FRIEL E.D., et al.
1996A&A...307..172S 28 78 Spread of the lithium abundance in halo stars. SPITE M., FRANCOIS P., NISSEN P.E., et al.
1996A&ARv...7..217C 35 32 The first generation of stars. CAYREL R.
1996ApJ...458..543R 104 98 Lithium processing in halo dwarfs, and T eff, [Fe/H] correlations on the Spite plateau. RYAN S.G., BEERS T.C., DELIYANNIS C.P., et al.
1996ApJ...471..254R 4 33 441 Extremely metal-poor stars. II. Elemental abundances and the early chemical enrichment of the galaxy. RYAN S.G., NORRIS J.E. and BEERS T.C.
1995AJ....109.2218I 98 27 Empirical calibration of metallicity indices for single stellar populations. IDIART T.P. and DE FREITAS PACHECO J.A.
1994A&A...290..885P viz 1 11 36 Abundances of four very metal-poor stars of the BPS survey. PRIMAS F., MOLARO P. and CASTELLI F.
1994ApJ...421..318T 93 214 The primordial lithium abundance from extreme subdwarfs: new observations. THORBURN J.A.
1994ApJ...423..386N 1 9 39 Lithium abundances in the most metal-deficient stars. NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G. and STRINGFELLOW G.S.
1993A&A...279L...9S 1 7 39 Lithium abundance in a few extremely metal-poor stars and strontium-poor stars. SPITE F. and SPITE M.
1993ApJ...415..797N 1 10 42 Abundances of four ultra-metal-deficient stars. NORRIS J.E., PETERSON R.C. and BEERS T.C.
1992Msngr..69....6F 6 0 "Remote" science with the NTT from Italy. Preliminary scientific results. FRANCHINI M., MOLARO P., NONINO M., et al.
1991AJ....101.1835R 924 158 Subdwarf studies. II. Abundances and kinematics from medium resolution spectra. RYAN S.G. and NORRIS J.E.
1991AJ....101.1865R 372 191 Subdwarfs studies. III. The halo metallicity distribution. RYAN S.G. and NORRIS J.E.
1991AJ....102..303R 2 17 152 Subdwarf studies. IV. Element abundance ratios in extremely metal-deficient stars. RYAN S.G., NORRIS J.E. and BESSELL M.S.
1989AJ.....98.1693R viz 1708 85 Subdwarf studies. I. UBVRI photometry of NLTT stars. RYAN S.G.
1976A&AS...23..393B 14       D               543 9 Space distribution and kinematics of intermediate population 2 stars. Part I photometry and spectroscopy in selected McCormick proper motion fields. BLAAUW A., TOLBERT C.R., WEST R.M., et al.

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