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BaSTI – a library of stellar evolution models: updates and applications

  • A. Pietrinferni (a1), S. Cassisi (a1), M. Salaris (a2), D. Cordier (a3) and F. Castelli (a4)...

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We present a new library of stellar evolution models for a large range of masses and chemical compositions, based on an up-to-date theoretical framework. We briefly discuss the physical inputs and the assumptions adopted in computing the models. The last developments of this database are also presented.

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BaSTI – a library of stellar evolution models: updates and applications

  • A. Pietrinferni (a1), S. Cassisi (a1), M. Salaris (a2), D. Cordier (a3) and F. Castelli (a4)...

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