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Dating Star Clusters in the Small Magellanic Cloud

  • Andrea V. Ahumada (a1), Juan J. Clariá (a1), Eduardo Bica (a2) and Carlos M. Dutra (a2)

Abstract

We have mainly estimated ages and foreground interstellar reddening values for 15 SMC concentrated star clusters, from integrated spectra in the range (3600–6800) Å. Most of the sample are young blue objects (6–60 Myr), while L28, NGC 643 and L 114 are found to be intermediate-age clusters (1–6 Gyr). The present data also constitute a spectral library at the metallicity level of SMC clusters.

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Dating Star Clusters in the Small Magellanic Cloud

  • Andrea V. Ahumada (a1), Juan J. Clariá (a1), Eduardo Bica (a2) and Carlos M. Dutra (a2)

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