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Stellar populations in the bulges of S0s and the formation of S0 galaxies

  • Alfonso Aragón-Salamanca (a1)

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The stellar populations in the bulges of S0s, together with the galaxies' dynamics, masses and globular clusters, contain very interesting clues about their formation. I present here recent evidence suggesting that S0s are the descendants of fading spirals whose star formation ceased.

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