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Studies of 0-F5 stars at the Galactic poles

  • R. W. Hilditch (a1), A.D. Mcfadzean (a1), Graham Hill (a2) and J. V. Barnes (a3)

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We report progress on a spectroscopic and photometric programme devoted to the study of the dynamics of O-F5 stars within 15° of the North and South Galactic Poles. The aims of the programme are to test dynamical and chemical evolution models of the Galaxy by establishing velocity dispersions as a function of z-distance for stars of different population groups. We are also able to investigate the interstellar reddening at the poles and the kinematic properties of apparently normal early-type stars found more than 1 kpc from the galactic plane.

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Studies of 0-F5 stars at the Galactic poles

  • R. W. Hilditch (a1), A.D. Mcfadzean (a1), Graham Hill (a2) and J. V. Barnes (a3)

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