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2014ApJ...792...37M - Astrophys. J., 792, 37 (2014/September-1)

BANYAN. IV. Fundamental parameters of low-mass star candidates in nearby young stellar kinematic Groups–Isochronal age determination using magnetic evolutionary models.

MALO L., DOYON R., FEIDEN G.A., ALBERT L., LAFRENIERE D., ARTIGAU E., GAGNE J. and RIEDEL A.

Abstract (from CDS):

Based on high-resolution optical spectra obtained with ESPaDOnS at Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope, we determine fundamental parameters (Teff, R, Lbol, log g, and metallicity) for 59 candidate members of nearby young kinematic groups. The candidates were identified through the BANYAN Bayesian inference method of Malo et al., which takes into account the position, proper motion, magnitude, color, radial velocity, and parallax (when available) to establish a membership probability. The derived parameters are compared to Dartmouth magnetic evolutionary models and field stars with the goal of constraining the age of our candidates. We find that, in general, low-mass stars in our sample are more luminous and have inflated radii compared to older stars, a trend expected for pre-main-sequence stars. The Dartmouth magnetic evolutionary models show a good fit to observations of field K and M stars, assuming a magnetic field strength of a few kG, as typically observed for cool stars. Using the low-mass members of the β Pictoris moving group, we have re-examined the age inconsistency problem between lithium depletion age and isochronal age (Hertzspring-Russell diagram). We find that the inclusion of the magnetic field in evolutionary models increases the isochronal age estimates for the K5V-M5V stars. Using these models and field strengths, we derive an average isochronal age between 15 and 28 Myr and we confirm a clear lithium depletion boundary from which an age of 26±3 Myr is derived, consistent with previous age estimates based on this method.

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Journal keyword(s): stars: fundamental parameters - stars: low-mass - stars: magnetic field - stars: pre-main sequence - solar neighborhood - techniques: spectroscopic

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