2009A&A...493..309S


Query : 2009A&A...493..309S

2009A&A...493..309S - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 493, 309-316 (2009/1-1)

Metallicities for 13 nearby open clusters from high-resolution spectroscopy of dwarf and giant stars. Stellar metallicity, stellar mass, and giant planets.

SANTOS N.C., LOVIS C., PACE G., MELENDEZ J. and NAEF D.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present a study of accurate stellar parameters and iron abundances for 39 giants and 16 dwarfs in the 13 open clusters IC2714, IC4651, IC4756, NGC2360, NGC2423, NGC2447 (M93), NGC2539, NGC2682 (M67), NGC3114, NGC3680, NGC4349, NGC5822, NGC6633. The analysis was done using a set of high-resolution and high-S/N spectra obtained with the UVES spectrograph (VLT). These clusters are currently being searched for planets using precise radial velocities. For all the clusters, the derived average metallicities are close to solar. Interestingly, the values derived seem to depend on the line-list used. This dependence and its implications for the study of chemical abundances in giants stars are discussed. We show that a careful choice of the lines may be crucial for the derivation of metallicities for giant stars on the same metallicity scale as those derived for dwarfs. Finally, we discuss the implications of the derived abundances for the metallicity- and mass-giant planet correlation. We conclude that a good knowledge of the two parameters is necessary to correctly disentangle their influence on the formation of giant planets.

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Journal keyword(s): stars: planetary systems: formation - stars: abundances - stars: fundamental parameters - techniques: spectroscopic - Galaxy: open clusters and associations: general

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Number of rows : 67
N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2023
#notes
1 * eps Tau ** 04 28 37.0002551195 +19 10 49.563140930 5.42 4.54 3.53     G9.5IIICN0.5 586 1
2 NGC 2360 79 * 07 17 16.9115868720 -15 38 40.674989832 12.99 12.31 11.29     ~ 17 0
3 NGC 2360 85 * 07 17 32.5642208448 -15 38 59.398671876 13.11 12.44 11.44     ~ 20 0
4 NGC 2360 OpC 07 17 46.3 -15 37 52           ~ 190 0
5 HIP 35366 * 07 18 19.0082143896 -15 34 59.423559132 12.79 12.10 11.10     ~ 34 0
6 BD-13 2130 * 07 37 09.2332503816 -13 54 23.956897032   11.31 10.04     G5IV-V/K2III 65 1
7 NGC 2423 20 * 07 37 11.5325542896 -13 55 44.002619832   12.114 11.099     ~ 17 0
8 NGC 2423 OpC 07 37 11.8 -13 51 47           ~ 144 0
9 NGC 2423 240 * 07 37 46.6035670704 -13 49 44.359104396   11.754 10.701     ~ 16 0
10 CPD-23 2745 * 07 44 25.7293012440 -23 49 52.987121184   11.05 10.16     ~ 27 0
11 CPD-23 2764 * 07 44 33.6559676712 -23 51 42.125907528   10.46 9.38     ~ 26 0
12 NGC 2447 OpC 07 44 33.8 -23 51 11           ~ 146 1
13 CD-23 6102 * 07 44 50.2512648336 -23 52 27.129050472   10.78 9.96     ~ 28 0
14 NGC 2539 69 * 08 10 23.0216354184 -12 50 43.299844692   11.75 10.95     ~ 23 0
15 NGC 2539 229 * 08 10 33.7971046464 -12 51 48.659317380   11.97 11.01     ~ 21 0
16 NGC 2539 OpC 08 10 37.9 -12 50 02   7.05 6.5     ~ 140 0
17 NGC 2539 28 * 08 11 27.6666773184 -12 41 06.833186880   11.69 10.86     ~ 24 0
18 Cl* NGC 2682 ES I-46 * 08 50 53.3445488184 +11 43 40.066038660 15.318 15.06 14.448   13.569 G0V 52 0
19 NGC 2682 OpC 08 51 23.0 +11 48 50           ~ 2294 0
20 NGC 2682 159 * 08 51 27.8885213448 +11 55 40.949794380 14.598 13.94 13.320   12.625 G1IV 50 0
21 Cl* NGC 2682 ES III-9 * 08 51 27.9474345912 +11 50 11.918733972 15.180 15.08 14.491   13.669 G4V 42 0
22 NGC 2682 164 RG* 08 51 28.9910274072 +11 50 33.127331784   11.675 10.441 10.250 9.46 K1III 137 0
23 Cl* NGC 2682 ES III-13 * 08 51 29.9638737600 +11 51 09.062555832 14.821 14.72 14.191 13.773 13.398 G2V 44 0
24 NGC 2682 178 * 08 51 31.9171704744 +11 51 16.663779036 14.694 14.63 14.030 13.704 13.304 G0V 36 0
25 Cl* NGC 2682 ES II-7 * 08 51 36.0753333984 +11 47 47.048568468 15.268 15.14 14.486   13.745 G1V 44 0
26 NGC 2682 266 RG* 08 51 59.5227693496 +11 55 04.835590251   11.65 10.463   9.490 ~ 94 0
27 NGC 2682 286 RG* 08 52 18.5744408733 +11 44 26.374152806   11.541 10.382   9.430 K0III 80 0
28 HD 87170 * 10 01 17.8747769472 -60 27 02.476724112   10.13 9.09     G8/K0(III) 13 0
29 NGC 3114 OpC 10 02 12.7 -60 02 28   4.47 4.2     ~ 191 0
30 CD-59 2799 * 10 02 41.2469854224 -60 29 03.258599712 11.21 10.78 9.78     ~ 6 0
31 HD 87566 * 10 03 51.4943107536 -60 03 10.214049996   9.55 8.31     K1III 28 0
32 IC 2714 OpC 11 17 29.5 -62 43 08     8.2     ~ 94 0
33 IC 2714 110 * 11 17 30.5748059376 -62 42 27.318268728   12.73 11.73     ~ 15 0
34 IC 2714 87 * 11 17 46.8476688864 -62 36 49.492415592   12.602 11.395     ~ 20 0
35 IC 2714 53 * 11 18 15.8550088104 -62 42 03.928323564   12.796 11.522     ~ 12 0
36 NGC 3680 70 * 11 25 03.4757162376 -43 17 26.302286508   15.220 14.651     ~ 24 0
37 CD-42 6963 * 11 25 16.1744004384 -43 14 24.079251516   11.93 10.78     ~ 39 0
38 NGC 3680 OpC 11 25 34.1 -43 14 24   8.40 7.6     ~ 314 0
39 CD-42 6977 * 11 25 38.0643019800 -43 16 06.379106556   12.1 10.8     ~ 38 0
40 CD-42 6981 * 11 25 48.5315765064 -43 09 52.530808176   12.043 10.886 10.08 9.829 ~ 55 0
41 NGC 3680 60 * 11 26 20.7065904912 -43 13 07.467128544   14.99 14.36     ~ 29 0
42 NGC 4349 5 * 12 23 45.4987367544 -61 52 15.531318048   12.846 11.511     ~ 16 0
43 NGC 4349 OpC 12 24 11.5 -61 51 58   8.01 7.4     ~ 110 0
44 NGC 4349 127 * 12 24 35.4709473000 -61 49 11.861413644   12.85 10.82     ~ 47 1
45 NGC 4349 168 * 12 24 41.3366269104 -61 52 03.563701860   12.03 11.23     ~ 12 0
46 NGC 4651 LIN 12 43 42.6376070448 +16 23 36.002649300   11.30 10.92 10.42 9.84 ~ 502 0
47 Cl* NGC 5822 MMU 224 * 15 03 22.8542829960 -54 26 32.861730804 12.579 11.52 10.84     ~ 19 0
48 NGC 5822 87 * 15 03 49.4167331160 -54 20 10.602411612 12.61 11.88 10.84 10.285   ~ 25 0
49 NGC 5822 OpC 15 04 12.2 -54 21 58           ~ 205 0
50 NGC 5822 157 * 15 05 31.1445680040 -54 26 20.134965516 12.72 11.97 10.93     ~ 21 0
51 Cl* IC 4651 MEI 6081 * 17 24 31.8192107640 -49 59 08.591260884           ~ 14 0
52 CD-49 11401 * 17 24 41.5351328856 -49 59 06.472009932   11.401 10.363     ~ 37 0
53 Cl* IC 4651 AMC 4226 * 17 24 43.4557289976 -50 01 01.275456828           ~ 17 0
54 IC 4651 17 * 17 24 48.0970940376 -49 55 47.356824144   15.250 14.545     ~ 13 0
55 CD-49 11404 * 17 24 50.0710852992 -49 56 56.079791376   11.5 10.7     ~ 41 0
56 IC 4651 OpC 17 24 50.9 -49 55 01           ~ 344 0
57 CD-49 11410 * 17 24 57.7608923184 -50 01 32.964118680   11.89 10.78     ~ 27 0
58 IC 4651 65 * 17 24 59.9718574488 -49 53 07.834464996       14.41   ~ 16 0
59 IC 4651 43 * 17 25 14.2401503784 -49 56 43.669147992   14.89 14.193     ~ 22 0
60 NGC 6633 OpC 18 27 22.8 +06 36 54           ~ 378 0
61 HD 170174 RG* 18 27 54.7371519576 +06 36 00.341804160   9.39 8.31     G9IIIFe0.5: 68 0
62 BD+06 3796 * 18 28 17.6377551864 +06 46 00.033458880   9.96 8.98     G6IIIbFe-1 38 0
63 HD 170292 * 18 28 22.9728031560 +06 42 29.251388160   9.80 8.77     G6.5IIIFe-0.5CH0.5 41 0
64 BD+05 3829 * 18 37 05.2144598832 +05 17 31.621063920 10.58 10.93 9.83     G5 37 0
65 BD+05 3833 * 18 37 20.7739949622 +05 53 43.109227904 10.08 10.43 9.46     G0 23 0
66 IC 4756 OpC 18 38 35.8 +05 26 06           ~ 234 0
67 BD+05 3882 * 18 39 17.8751122128 +05 13 48.737856648 10.09 10.37 9.36     G0 35 0

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