Who is killing the young star clusters? A case for the Gaia-ESO Survey

G. Germano Sacco


We know that most stars form in clusters that very quickly disperse, leaving their members isolated. However, the process driving the early evolution of star clusters and their dissipation is not yet clear. Recent results obtained with the large spectroscopic survey Gaia-ESO are providing new interesting clues that can shed more light but also raise new questions.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Colle_Galileo-22223

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