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1971AJ.....76..338S 13       D               1 992 66 A finding list of early-type stars near the South Galactic Pole. SLETTEBAK A. and BRUNDAGE R.K.
1973AJ.....78..295G 95 60 Spectroscopically peculiar stars near the South Galactic Pole. GRAHAM J.A. and SLETTEBAK A.
1977PASAu...3..144B 4 15 Two of the most metal-deficient stars. BESSELL M.S.
1980ApJS...44..517B 140 325 Extremely metal-deficient red giants. I. A new objective-prism, photometric, and radial-velocity survey. BOND H.E.
1981ApJ...248..606B 14 2 145 Where is population III ? BOND H.E.
1981IAUCo..68..137B 68 T                   1 1 ~ The extreme metal-weak star CD -38 245. BESSELL M.S. and NORRIS J.
1983A&A...119....1C 482 72 Status of evolution of F, G, and K field stars contained in the Fe/H catalogue. CAYREL DE STROBEL G. and BENTOLILA C.
1983BAAS...15..923P 69 T                   1 2 0
CD -38 245, a very low-metallicity giant.
PETERSON R.C., CARNEY B.W. and KURUCZ R.L.
1983MmSAI..54...39B 6 2 Non-solar abundance ratios in extreme population II stars. BESSELL M.S.
1983MmSAI..54..283S 4 5 's' and 'r' process element abundances in metal-poor stars. SPITE F.
1983MmSAI..54..321I 6 1 34 Open questions about the formation of heavy elements in 'Z = O' stars. IBEN I.Jr
1983MitAG..60..436N 2 0 Metallizitaten von Feld-Riesen des galktischen Halo. NELLES B. and RICHTLER T.
1984A&A...139..220N 74 1 VBLUW photometry of some halo field giants. NELLES B., RICHTLER T. and SEGGEWISS W.
1984ApJ...285..622B 70 T                   1 16 140 The ultra-metal-deficient (population III) red giant
CD -38 245 ?
BESSELL M.S. and NORRIS J.
1984VilOB..66....3B 360 10 Metal-deficient giants in the galactic field. Catalogue and some physical parameters. BARTKEVICIUS A.
1985AJ.....90.2089B viz 167 348 A search for stars of very low metal abundance. I. BEERS T.C., PRESTON G.W. and SHECTMAN S.A.
1985ApJ...291..260R 3 4 79 Kinematics of K giants in the outer galactic halo. RATNATUNGA K.U. and FREEMAN K.C.
1985PASP...97..560L 41 5 The Al/Mg ratio in halo stars of the field. LEA S.M. and DANFORD S.C.
1986AJ.....92...60C 175 106 The kinematics of halo red giants. CARNEY B.W. and LATHAM D.W.
1986ApJS...61..667N viz 937 212 Population studies. II. Kinematics as a function of abundance and galactocentric position for Fe/H -0.6. NORRIS J.
1986PASP...98..762G 67 32 The empirical abundance calibrations for Washington photometry of population II giants. GEISLER D.
1986Ap&SS.118..473C 31 0 QSO absorption lines (invited rewiew). CHEN J.-S.
1987JApA....8...99B 1 3 17 Relative elemental abundances in extremely metal-deficient stars. BESSELL M.S. and NORRIS J.
1987VilOB..78....3T 109 10 Determination of effective temperatures and surface gravities of metal-deficient G-K giants in the Vilnius photometric system. TAUTVAISIENE G.
1988A&A...204..193G 4 13 219 Abundances in extremely metal-poor stars. GRATTON R.G. and SNEDEN C.
1989ApJ...339..126R viz 118 90 Field K giants in galactic halo. II. Improved abundance and kinematic parameters. RATNATUNGA K.U. and FREEMAN K.C.
1989ApJ...347..266P 9 21 Relative abundance determinations in extremely metal poor giants. I. Photometry and equivalent width measurements. PETERSON R.C. and CARNEY B.W.
1989Msngr..58...40N 1 2 10 CASPEC observations of the most metal-deficient main-sequence star currently known. NISSEN P.E.
1990A&A...228..426M 3 3 41 A new ultra metal-deficient star: CS 22876-32 (alpha 1950 = 00h05m04.8, delta 1950 = -35 47' 58"). MOLARO P. and CASTELLI F.
1990A&A...236L...5M 1 5 38 Abundances in two new ultra-metal-poor giants. MOLARO P. and BONIFACIO P.
1990AJ.....99..838L 9 8 Chemical enrichment by tidally disrupted stars near a black hole in the galactic center. LUMINET J.-P. and BARBUY B.
1990AJ....100..849B 227 79 Estimation of stellar metal abundance. I. Calibration of the Ca II K index. BEERS T.C., PRESTON G.W., SHECTMAN S.A., et al.
1990AJ....100.1181F 18 13 An automated technique for locating metal-deficient red giants from objective-prism spectra. FLYNN C. and MORRISON H.L.
1990ApJ...349..580F 19 1 77 Helium flashes and hydrogen mixing in low-mass population III stars. FUJIMOTO M.Y., IBEN I.Jr and HOLLOWELL D.
1990ApJ...350..173P 2 9 98 Relative abundance determinations in extremely metal poor giants. II.Transition probabilities and the abundance determinations. PETERSON R.C., KURUCZ R.L. and CARNEY B.W.
1990ApJ...351..245H 16 1 65 Hydrogen burning and dredge-up during the major core helium flash in a Z= 0 model star. HOLLOWELL D., IBEN I.Jr and FUJIMOTO M.Y.
1991AJ....101..237T 70 T                   1 10 24 Photometric anomalies in the metal-deficient red giants, BD -18 5550 and
CD -38 245.
TWAROG B.A. and ANTHONY-TWAROG B.J.
1991AJ....102..303R 2 17 173 Subdwarf studies. IV. Element abundance ratios in extremely metal-deficient stars. RYAN S.G., NORRIS J.E. and BESSELL M.S.
1991AJ....102.1836G 217 92 An improved metal abundance calibration for the Washington system. GEISLER D., CLARIA J.J. and MINNITI D.
1991ApJ...383L..71B 2 10 109 Oxygen abundances in halo stars. BESSELL M.S., SUTHERLAND R.S. and RUAN K.
1991IAUS..145..341B 1 15 65 Chemical compositions of post-AGB stars. BOND H.E.
1992A&AS...95..273C viz 1598 172 A catalogue of [Fe/H] determinations : 1991 edition. CAYREL DE STROBEL G., HAUCK B., FRANCOIS P., et al.
1992AJ....104.2229A 11 15 CN anomalies in extremely metal-deficient red giants. ANTHONY-TWAROG B.J., SHAWL S.J. and TWAROG B.A.
1992PASP..104..523L 235 46 Lambda 3883 CN band strengths for 238 metal-poor halo giants : evidence for chemical differences between globular-cluster and halo field giants. LANGER G.E., SUNTZEFF N.B. and KRAFT R.P.
1993AJ....105..539M 193 33 Kinematics of metal-poor giants in an inner-halo field, with implications for disk formation. MORRISON H.L.
1993ApJ...415..797N 1 10 42 Abundances of four ultra-metal-deficient stars. NORRIS J.E., PETERSON R.C. and BEERS T.C.
1994A&A...290..885P viz 11 36 Abundances of four very metal-poor stars of the BPS survey. PRIMAS F., MOLARO P. and CASTELLI F.
1994AJ....107.1577A viz 140 91 Reddening estimation for halo red giants using uvby photometry. ANTHONY-TWAROG B.J. and TWAROG B.A.
1995AJ....109.2736M 1 33 163 A spectroscopic analysis of 33 of the most metal-poor stars. I. McWILLIAM A., PRESTON G.W., SNEDEN C., et al.
1995AJ....109.2757M 5 34 787 Spectroscopic analysis of 33 of the most metal-poor stars. II. McWILLIAM A., PRESTON G.W., SNEDEN C., et al.
1995AJ....109.2828T viz 1992 46 Ca II H and K filter photometry on the uvby system. II. The catalog of observations. TWAROG B.A. and ANTHONY-TWAROG B.J.
1995ApJ...444..175F 3 2 30 On population III stars as gravitational microlensing objects in the galactic halo. FUJIMOTO M.Y., SUGIYAMA K., IBEN I.Jr, et al.
1995ApJ...451L..49A 6 6 165 The first generation of stars: first steps toward chemical evolution of galaxies. AUDOUZE J. and SILK J.
1995ApJS...96..175B viz 1810 175 Kinematics of metal-poor stars in the Galaxy. BEERS T.C. and SOMMER-LARSEN J.
1995BaltA...4...25Z 84 9 The southern Vilnius photometric system. III. Observations of E and F Harvard standard regions, 47 Tuc and some metal-deficient stars. ZDANAVICIUS K., DODD R.J., FORBES M.C., et al.
1996ApJ...471..254R 5 33 529 Extremely metal-poor stars. II. Elemental abundances and the early chemical enrichment of the galaxy. RYAN S.G., NORRIS J.E. and BEERS T.C.
1996ApJS..107..391N 26 43 Extremely metal-poor stars. I. Spectroscopic data. NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G. and BEERS T.C.
1996A&ARv...7..217C 35 32 The first generation of stars. CAYREL R.
1996BaltA...5....1B viz 810 12 Classification of population II stars in the Vilnius photometric system. I. Methods. BARTKEVICIUS A. and LAZAUSKAITE R.
1997A&A...317L..63B 3 4 43 Analysis of two CH/CN-strong very metal-poor stars. BARBUY B., CAYREL R., SPITE M., et al.
1997A&A...323L..49P viz 14       D               1 118338 2498 The Hipparcos Catalogue. PERRYMAN M.A.C., LINDEGREN L., KOVALEVSKY J., et al.
1997A&AS..124..299C viz 3159 203 A catalogue of [Fe/H] determinations: 1996 edition. CAYREL DE STROBEL G., SOUBIRAN C., FRIEL E.D., et al.
1997AJ....114..825E 317 8 The abundance of CN, calcium and heavy elements in high velocity stars. EGGEN O.J.
1997ApJ...488..350N 4 12 169 Extremely metal-poor stars. IV. The carbon-rich objects. NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G. and BEERS T.C.
1997ARA&A..35..503M 8 22 593 Abundance ratios and galactic chemical evolution. McWILLIAM A.
1997BaltA...6..499B 838 9 Classification of population II stars in the Vilnius photometric system. II. Results. BARTKEVICIUS A. and LAZAUSKAITE R.
1998AJ....115..168C viz 299 80 Early evolution of the galactic halo revealed from hipparcos observations of metal-poor stars. CHIBA M. and YOSHII Y.
1998AJ....115.1640M 3 34 400 Barium abundances in extremely metal-poor stars. McWILLIAM A.
1998AJ....116.1922A viz 323 31 Ca II H and K photometry on the uvby system. III. The metallicity calibration for the red giants. ANTHONY-TWAROG B.J. and TWAROG B.A.
1999AJ....117..981B viz 547 146 Estimation of stellar metal abundance. II. A recalibration of the Ca II K technique, and the autocorrelation function method. BEERS T.C., ROSSI S., NORRIS J.E., et al.
1999ApJ...521..753T 137 320 Stellar iron abundances: non-LTE effects. THEVENIN F. and IDIART T.P.
1999ApJS..123..639N viz 2628 37 A search for stars of very low metal abundance. III. UBV photometry of metal-weak candidates. NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G. and BEERS T.C.
2000AJ....119.2866B viz 2011 171 Kinematics of metal-poor stars in the Galaxy. II. Proper motions for a large nonkinematically selected sample. BEERS T.C., CHIBA M., YOSHII Y., et al.
2000AJ....119.2882A 529 23 A search for stars of very low metal abundance. IV. uvbyCa observations of metal-weak candidates from the northern HK survey. ANTHONY-TWAROG B.J., SARAJEDINI A., TWAROG B.A., et al.
2000ApJ...529L..25F 11 5 167 The origin of extremely metal-poor carbon stars and the search for population III. FUJIMOTO M.Y., IKEDA Y. and IBEN I.Jr
2000ApJ...540..456N 2 5 44 Extremely metal-poor stars. VII. The most metal-poor dwarf, CS 22876-032. NORRIS J.E., BEERS T.C. and RYAN S.G.
2000ApJ...544..302B 2 75 487 Neutron-capture elements in the early galaxy: insights from a large sample of metal-poor giants. BURRIS D.L., PILACHOWSKI C.A., ARMANDROFF T.E., et al.
2000PASP..112..141P 3 3 What are extremely metal poor stars good for anyway ? (Millennium essay). PRESTON G.
2000PABei..18..151Z 2 0 New progress in Galactic metallicity and its evolution. ZHANG H.W. and ZHAO G.
2000PABei..18..238Z 4 1 The abundances of neutron-capture elements in metal-poor stars. ZHANG B., LI J., ZHANG Y.X., et al.
2001A&A...373..159C viz 15       D               3320 239 Catalogue of [Fe/H] determinations for FGK stars: 2001 edition. CAYREL DE STROBEL G., SOUBIRAN C. and RALITE N.
2001ApJ...561.1034N 6 11 210 Extremely metal-poor stars. VIII. High-resolution, high signal-to-noise ratio analysis of five stars with [Fe/H]≲-3.5. NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G. and BEERS T.C.
2001PASP..113...66B 59 12 Passbands and theoretical colors for the Washington system. BESSELL M.S.
2002A&A...390..187D 5 10 174 First Stars. II. Elemental abundances in the extremely metal-poor star CS 22949-037 A diagnostic of early massive supernovae. DEPAGNE E., HILL V., SPITE M., et al.
2002A&A...394..927I viz 1678 83 HIPPARCOS age-metallicity relation of the solar neighbourhood disc stars. IBUKIYAMA A. and ARIMOTO N.
2002ApJ...567..515Q 2 11 70 Determination of nucleosynthetic yields of supernovae and very massive stars from abundances in metal-poor stars. QIAN Y.-Z. and WASSERBURG G.J.
2002ApJ...569L.107N 2 5 44 Extremely metal-poor stars. IX. CS 22949-037 and the role of hypernovae. NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G., BEERS T.C., et al.
2002ApJ...577..281C 6 5 99 The explosive yields produced by the first generation of core collapse supernovae and the chemical composition of extremely metal poor stars. CHIEFFI A. and LIMONGI M.
2002Natur.419..904C 21 7 458 A stellar relic from the early Milky Way. CHRISTLIEB N., BESSELL M.S., GUSTAFSSON B., et al.
2002PASA...19..238R 9 1 Big Bang nucleosynthesis, population III, and stellar genetics in the galactic halo. RYAN S.G.
2002PASA...19..246L 7 1 21 The chemical yields produced by zero metal massive stars. LIMONGI M. and CHIEFFI A.
2003A&A...403.1105F viz 4 4 53 First Stars. III. A detailed elemental abundance study of four extremely metal-poor giant stars. FRANCOIS P., DEPAGNE E., HILL V., et al.
2003AJ....125..293C 101 148 Spectroscopic binaries, jitter, and rotation in field metal-poor red giant and red horizontal-branch stars. CARNEY B.W., LATHAM D.W., STEFANIK R.P., et al.
2003ApJ...594L.123L 3 5 57 On the origin of HE 0107-5240, the most iron-deficient star presently known. LIMONGI M., CHIEFFI A. and BONIFACIO P.
2004A&A...416.1117C viz 8 37 976 First stars. V - Abundance patterns from C to Zn and supernova yields in the early Galaxy. CAYREL R., DEPAGNE E., SPITE M., et al.
2004A&A...422..527S viz 500 36 uvby-β photometry of high-velocity and metal-poor stars. X. Stars of very low metal abundance: Observations, reddenings, metallicities, classifications, distances, and relative ages. SCHUSTER W.J., BEERS T.C., MICHEL R., et al.
2004AJ....128.1177V viz 796 690 Stellar chemical signatures and hierarchical galaxy formation. VENN K.A., IRWIN M., SHETRONE M.D., et al.
2004ApJ...603..708C 6 11 204 HE 0107-5240, a chemically ancient star. I. A detailed abundance analysis. CHRISTLIEB N., GUSTAFSSON B., KORN A.J., et al.
2004ApJ...611..476S 10 6 190 Is He 0107-5240 a primordial star? The characteristics of extremely metal-poor carbon-rich stars. SUDA T., AIKAWA M., MACHIDA M.N., et al.
2004ApJ...612L..61B 10 2 64 On the oxygen abundance of He 0107-5240. BESSELL M.S., CHRISTLIEB N. and GUSTAFSSON B.
2004AN....325..462P 21 0 Unsolved problems in observational astronomy. I. Focus on stellar spectroscopy. PALLAVICINI R. and RANDICH S.
2005A&A...430..655S 3 35 361 First stars VI - Abundances of C, N, O, Li, and mixing in extremely metal-poor giants. Galactic evolution of the light elements. SPITE M., CAYREL R., PLEZ B., et al.
2005A&A...434.1117P 2         O           14 88 Analysis of the carbon-rich very metal-poor dwarf G77-61. PLEZ B. and COHEN J.G.
2005ApJ...619..427U 8 11 283 Variations in the abundance pattern of extremely metal-poor stars and nucleosynthesis in population III supernovae. UMEDA H. and NOMOTO K.
2005ARA&A..43..531B 8 36 943 The discovery and analysis of very metal-poor stars in the Galaxy. BEERS T.C. and CHRISTLIEB N.
2006A&A...455..291S 1 35 138 First stars IX - Mixing in extremely metal-poor giants. Variation of the 12C/13C, [Na/Mg] and [Al/Mg] ratios. SPITE M., CAYREL R., HILL V., et al.
2006A&A...457..645Z 61 19 Potassium abundances in nearby metal-poor stars. ZHANG H.W., GEHREN T., BUTLER K., et al.
2006ApJ...639..897A 5 17 178 HE 1327-2326, an unevolved star with [Fe/H]←5.0. I. A comprehensive abundance analysis. AOKI W., FREBEL A., CHRISTLIEB N., et al.
2006ApJ...641..494S 3 4 28 NLTE strontium and barium in metal-poor red giant stars. SHORT C.I. and HAUSCHILDT P.H.
2006AN....327...72B 359 19 Galactic model parameters for field giants separated from field dwarfs by their 2MASS and V apparent magnitudes. BILIR S., KARAALI S., GUVER T., et al.
2006RPPh...69.2823C 5 5 The oldest stars in the Milky Way. CAYREL R.
2006AstL...32..759G viz 15       D               35569 316 Pulkovo compilation of radial velocities for 35495 stars in a common system. GONTCHAROV G.A.
2007ApJ...658..367K viz 122 103 The origin of carbon enhancement and the initial mass function of extremely metal-poor stars in the Galactic halo. KOMIYA Y., SUDA T., MINAGUCHI H., et al.
2007A&A...464.1081A 55 100 NLTE determination of the sodium abundance in a homogeneous sample of extremely metal-poor stars. ANDRIEVSKY S.M., SPITE M., KOROTIN S.A., et al.
2007ApJ...660..516T 4 25 236 Supernova nucleosynthesis in population III 13-50 m stars and abundance patterns of extremely metal-poor stars. TOMINAGA N., UMEDA H. and NOMOTO K.
2007PASP..119..605B 61 12 Measuring the Balmer jump and the effective gravity in FGK stars. BESSELL M.S.
2007A&A...474..653V viz 15       D               1 118082 3051 Validation of the new Hipparcos reduction. VAN LEEUWEN F.
2007ApJ...670..774N 387           X C       9 7 193 HE 0557-4840: ultra-metal-poor and carbon-rich. NORRIS J.E., CHRISTLIEB N., KORN A.J., et al.
2007A&A...476..935F 18       D               4 34 252 First stars. VIII. Enrichment of the neutron-capture elements in the early Galaxy. FRANCOIS P., DEPAGNE E., HILL V., et al.
2008ApJ...672..320C 168       D     X C       4 25 104 New extremely metal-poor stars in the Galactic halo. COHEN J.G., CHRISTLIEB N., McWILLIAM A., et al.
2008A&A...480..233G 41           X         1 7 48 First stars. XI. Chemical composition of the extremely metal-poor dwarfs in the binary CS 22876-032. GONZALEZ HERNANDEZ J.I., BONIFACIO P., LUDWIG H.-G., et al.
2008AJ....135..196C viz 15       D               2 142 20 Line broadening in field metal-poor red giant and red horizontal branch stars. CARNEY B.W., LATHAM D.W., STEFANIK R.P., et al.
2008A&A...481..481A 16       D               1 52 114 NLTE determination of the aluminium abundance in a homogeneous sample of extremely metal-poor stars. ANDRIEVSKY S.M., SPITE M., KOROTIN S.A., et al.
2008A&A...484..721C viz 15 5 153 The stellar content of the Hamburg/ESO survey. IV. Selection of candidate metal-poor stars. CHRISTLIEB N., SCHOERCK T., FREBEL A., et al.
2008AJ....136..421Z viz 15       D               1 49475 210 The radial velocity experiment (RAVE): second data release. ZWITTER T., SIEBERT A., MUNARI U., et al.
2008ApJ...681.1524L viz 77           X         2 60 270 Detailed abundances for 28 metal-poor stars: stellar relics in the Milky Way. LAI D.K., BOLTE M., JOHNSON J.A., et al.
2008A&A...490..769C viz 57         O X         1 4 154 Evolution and nucleosynthesis of extremely metal-poor and metal-free low- and intermediate-mass stars. I. Stellar yield tables and the CEMPs. CAMPBELL S.W. and LATTANZIO J.C.
2008ApJ...689L.113N 1 25 51 The abundance spread in the Bootes I dwarf spheroidal galaxy. NORRIS J.E., GILMORE G., WYSE R.F.G., et al.
2009AJ....137..272R viz 15       D               3 737 45 Chemical inhomogeneities in the Milky Way stellar halo. ROEDERER I.U.
2008MmSAI..79..317B 75           X         2 2 1 Model atmospheres: bridging models and observations. BESSELL M.S.
2009ApJ...690..526T 78             C       1 13 74 Aspherical properties of hydrodynamics and nucleosynthesis in jet-induced supernovae. TOMINAGA N.
2009A&A...494.1083A 152     A D     X         5 41 57 Evolution of the barium abundance in the early galaxy from a NLTE analysis of the Ba lines in a homogeneous sample of EMP stars. ANDRIEVSKY S.M., SPITE M., KOROTIN S.A., et al.
2009ApJ...694..130M 78           X         2 12 67 Fashionably late? building up the Milky Way's inner halo. MORRISON H.L., HELMI A., SUN J., et al.
2009ApJ...694.1577K 76             C       1 11 14 Early-age evolution of the Milky Way related by extremely metal-poor stars. KOMIYA Y., SUDA T. and FUJIMOTO M.Y.
2009PASJ...61..563T 15       D               1 42 15 Potassium abundances in red giants of mildly to very metal-poor globular clusters. TAKEDA Y., KANEKO H., MATSUMOTO N., et al.
2009A&A...501..519B viz 16       D               2 58 187 First stars. XII. Abundances in extremely metal-poor turnoff stars, and comparison with the giants. BONIFACIO P., SPITE M., CAYREL R., et al.
2009ApJ...704..750C viz 15       D               1 423 15 An overview of the rotational behavior of metal-poor stars. CORTES C., SILVA J.R.P., RECIO-BLANCO A., et al.
2008PASJ...60.1159S 91           X         2 9 293 Stellar Abundances for the Galactic Archeology (SAGA) database — compilation of the characteristics of known extremely metal-poor stars. SUDA T., KATSUTA Y., YAMADA S., et al.
2009A&A...507..817S 41           X         1 15 106 The stellar content of the Hamburg/ESO survey. V. The metallicity distribution function of the Galactic halo. SCHOERCK T., CHRISTLIEB N., COHEN J.G., et al.
2009MNRAS.398.1782R 39           X         1 11 22 Influence of population III stars on cosmic chemical evolution. ROLLINDE E., VANGIONI E., MAURIN D., et al.
2010ApJ...711..350N viz 310           X C F     6 8 89 Boo-1137–an extremely metal-poor star in the ultra-faint dwarf spheroidal galaxy Bootes I. NORRIS J.E., YONG D., GILMORE G., et al.
2010A&A...509A..88A 15       D               1 54 90 Non-LTE abundances of Mg and K in extremely metal-poor stars and the evolution of [O/Mg], [Na/Mg], [Al/Mg], and [K/Mg] in the Milky way. ANDRIEVSKY S.M., SPITE M., KOROTIN S.A., et al.
2010A&A...509A..93M viz 15       D               2 181 196 A holistic approach to carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. MASSERON T., JOHNSON J.A., PLEZ B., et al.
2010Natur.464...72F 6 11 142 Linking dwarf galaxies to halo building blocks with the most metal-poor star in Sculptor. FREBEL A., KIRBY E.N. and SIMON J.D.
2010A&A...513A..34S 177       D     X C       4 11 199 The NIR CaII triplet at low metallicity. Searching for extremely low-metallicity stars in classical dwarf galaxies. STARKENBURG E., HILL V., TOLSTOY E., et al.
2010AN....331..474F viz 4 14 134 Stellar archaeology: Exploring the Universe with metal-poor stars. FREBEL A.
2010ApJ...724L.104F 154           X         4 7 26 The RAVE survey: rich in very metal-poor stars. FULBRIGHT J.P., WYSE R.F.G., RUCHTI G.R., et al.
2010ApJ...724..975R viz 15       D               1 197 141 The ubiquity of the rapid neutron-capture process. ROEDERER I.U., COWAN J.J., KARAKAS A.I., et al.
2010A&A...524A..58T 459           X C       11 45 138 Extremely metal-poor stars in classical dwarf spheroidal galaxies: Fornax, Sculptor, and Sextans. TAFELMEYER M., JABLONKA P., HILL V., et al.
2011AJ....141..187S viz 15       D               2 79048 161 The RAdial velocity experiment (RAVE): third data release. SIEBERT A., WILLIAMS M.E.K., SIVIERO A., et al.
2011A&A...530A.105A 54       D     X         2 60 49 NLTE strontium abundance in a sample of extremely metal poor stars and the Sr/Ba ratio in the early Galaxy. ANDRIEVSKY S.M., SPITE F., KOROTIN S.A., et al.
2011MNRAS.415.1105S viz 15       D               1 392 10 Distance limits to intermediate- and high-velocity clouds. SMOKER J.V., FOX A.J. and KEENAN F.P.
2011ApJ...742...54H viz 400       D     X C       10 23 59 The Chemical Abundances of Stars in the Halo (CASH) project. II. A sample of 14 extremely metal-poor stars. HOLLEK J.K., FREBEL A., ROEDERER I.U., et al.
2011AJ....142..193B viz 15       D               1 34328 72 The RAVE catalog of stellar elemental abundances: first data release. BOECHE C., SIEBERT A., WILLIAMS M., et al.
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