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Do the Pre-Main Sequence δ Scuti Stars Really Exist?

  • J.H. Peña (a1), R. Peniche (a1), J.C. Plascencia (a2), M.A. Hobart (a3), C. de la Cruz (a3), A. Garcia Cole (a4), F. Cervantes (a1), J.P. Sareyan (a5), L. Parrao (a1), M. Carrillo (a2), T. Valdes (a6) and I. Prada (a6)...

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Recently, new views of the current status of δ Scuti stars have been developed by Rodríguez & Breger (2001) who carried out an excellent review, listing 8 pre-main-sequence (PMS) δ Scuti candidates and examined the possibility of the existence of PMS δ Scuti variable stars. Here we discuss the nature of 4 stars from their list: 2 said to be members of NGC 2264 and 2 of NGC 6823.

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Breger, M. 1972 ApJ, 171, 539
Kurtz, D.W. 2000, in ASP Conf. Ser., Vol. 210, Delta Scuti and Related Stars, eds. Breger, M. & Montgomery, M., (San Francisco ASP), 287
Lang, K.R. 1991 Astrophysical Data: Planets, Stars, (Springer-Verlag Berlin)
Peña, J.H., Peniche, R., Cervantes, F., Garcia, R., & Sareyan, J.P. 2000, ASP Conf. Ser., Vol. 203, The Impact of Large Scale Surveys on Variable Star Research, eds. Szabados, L. & Kurtz, D., (San Francisco ASP), 465
Pigulski, A., Kolaczkowski, Z., & Kopacki, G. 2000, Acta Astron., 50, 113
Rodríguez, E. & Breger, M. 2001, A&A 366, 178

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