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1995PASP..107..211P - Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac., 107, 211-218 (1995/March-0)

Rotation periods of open-cluster stars. III.

PROSSER C.F., SHETRONE M.D., DASGUPTA A., BACKMAN D.E., LAAKSONEN B.D., BAKER S.W., MARSCHALL L.A., WHITNEY B.A., KUIJKEN K. and STAUFFER J.R.

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We present the results from a photometric monitoring program of 15 open cluster stars and one weak-lined T Tauri star during late-1993/early-1994. Several slow rotators which are members of the Alpha Persei, Pleiades, and Hyades open clusters have been monitored and period estimates derived. Using all available Pleides stars with photometric-periods together with current X-ray vlux measurements, we illustrate the X-ray activity/ortation relation among Pleiades late-G/K dwarfs. The data show a clear break in the rotation-activity relation around P ∼6-7 days–in general accordance with previous results using more heterogeneous samples of G/K stars.

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