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NGC 3293 revisited by the Gaia-ESO Survey

  • Thierry Semaan (a1), Thierry Morel (a1), Eric Gosset (a1), Juan Zorec (a2), Yves Frémat (a3), Ronny Blomme (a3) and Alex Lobel (a3)...

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In the framework of the Gaia-ESO survey we have determined the fundamental parameters of a large number of B-type stars in the Galactic, young open cluster NGC 3293. The determination of the stellar parameters is based on medium-resolution spectra obtained with FLAMES/GIRAFFE at ESO-VLT. As a second step, we adopted the accurate parameters to determine the chemical abundances of these hot stars. We present a comparison of our results with those obtained by the 'VLT-FLAMES survey of massive stars' (Evans et al. 2005). Our study increases the number of objects analysed and provides an extended view of this cluster.

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Asplund, M., Grevesse, N., Sauval, A. J., & Scott, P. 2009, ARA&A 47, 481
Evans, C. J., Smartt, S. J., Lee, J.-K., et al. 2005, A&A 437, 467
Frémat, Y., Neiner, C., Hubert, A.-M., et al. 2006, A&A 451, 1053
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NGC 3293 revisited by the Gaia-ESO Survey

  • Thierry Semaan (a1), Thierry Morel (a1), Eric Gosset (a1), Juan Zorec (a2), Yves Frémat (a3), Ronny Blomme (a3) and Alex Lobel (a3)...

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