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2002Natur.419..904C 21 7 458 A stellar relic from the early Milky Way. CHRISTLIEB N., BESSELL M.S., GUSTAFSSON B., et al.
2003A&A...404..211P 13 1 40 On the early evolution of the Galactic halo. PRANTZOS N.
2003A&A...407..691K 4 7 99 Kinetic equilibrium of iron in the atmospheres of cool stars. III. The ionization equilibrium of selected reference stars. KORN A.J., SHI J. and GEHREN T.
2003ApJ...586L..57S 39   K                 5 40 Excavation of the first stars. SHIGEYAMA T., TSUJIMOTO T. and YOSHII Y.
2003ApJ...589...35S 59 1 178 The detectability of the first stars and their cluster enrichment signatures. SCANNAPIECO E., SCHNEIDER R. and FERRARA A.
2003ApJ...589..677O 103 1 310 Formation of the first stars by accretion. OMUKAI K. and PALLA F.
2003ApJ...593..968W 5 8 120 The r-process in supernova explosions from the collapse of O-Ne-Mg cores. WANAJO S., TAMAMURA M., ITOH N., et al.
2003ApJ...594L.123L 76 T                   5 57 On the origin of
HE 0107-5240, the most iron-deficient star presently known.
2003ApJ...598..785N 15 8 370 Dust in the early universe: dust formation in the ejecta of population III supernovae. NOZAWA T., KOZASA T., UMEDA H., et al.
2003ApJ...598.1163M 5 13 229 Bipolar supernova explosions: nucleosynthesis and implications for abundances in extremely metal-poor stars. MAEDA K. and NOMOTO K.
2003ApJ...599..746O 17 1 53 The mass spectrum of metal-free stars resulting from photodissociation feedback: a scenario for the formation of low-mass population III stars. OMUKAI K. and YOSHII Y.
2003MNRAS.343.1224C 11 1 35 The characteristic stellar mass as a function of redshift. CLARKE C.J. and BROMM V.
2003Natur.422..825B 5 1 Telling the tale of the first stars. BEERS T.C.
2003Natur.422..869S 69 1 207 Low-mass relics of early star formation. SCHNEIDER R., FERRARA A., SALVATERRA R., et al.
2003Natur.422..871U 19 6 351 First-generation black-hole-forming supernovae and the metal abundance pattern of a very iron-poor star. UMEDA H. and NOMOTO K.
2003Natur.425..812B 125 1 377 The formation of the first low-mass stars from gas with low carbon and oxygen abundances. BROMM V. and LOEB A.
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...419.1095I 2 4 25 Oxygen and magnesium abundance in the ultra-metal-poor giants CS22949-037 and CS29498-043: Challenges in models of atmospheres. ISRAELIAN G., SHCHUKINA N., REBOLO R., et al.
2004A&A...422..217W 39   K                 6 38 Models for extremely metal-poor halo stars. WEISS A., SCHLATTL H., SALARIS M., et al.
2004ApJ...600.1025H 5 1 17 The effect of the electron donor H+3on the pre-main-sequence and main-sequence evolution of low-mass, zero-metallicity stars. HARRIS G.J., LYNAS-GRAY A.E., MILLER S., et al.
2004ApJ...603..708C 117 T K                 11 204
HE 0107-5240, a chemically ancient star. I. A detailed abundance analysis.
2004ApJ...608..971A 3 4 45 Oxygen overabundance in the extremely iron-poor star CS 29498-043. AOKI W., NORRIS J.E., RYAN S.G., et al.
2004ApJ...609.1035P 5 2 31 Evolution and nucleosynthesis of primordial low-mass stars. PICARDI I., CHIEFFI A., LIMONGI M., et al.
2004ApJ...611..476S 121 T K                 6 190 Is
He 0107-5240 a primordial star? The characteristics of extremely metal-poor carbon-rich stars.
2004ApJ...612L..61B 121 T K                 2 64 On the oxygen abundance of
He 0107-5240.
2004ApJ...612..602T 12 3 115 Nucleosynthesis, reionization, and the mass function of the first stars. TUMLINSON J., VENKATESAN A. and SHULL J.M.
2004ApJ...617..693D 9 2 56 Cosmic star formation, reionization, and constraints on global chemical evolution. DAIGNE F., OLIVE K.A., VANGIONI-FLAM E., et al.
2004MNRAS.348L..23Z 2 10 61 Low-mass supernovae in the early Galactic halo: source of the double r/s-process enriched halo stars? ZIJLSTRA A.A.
2004MNRAS.350..539R 33 1 101 Reionization, chemical enrichment and seed black holes from the first stars: is Population III important ? RICOTTI M. and OSTRIKER J.P.
2004MNRAS.351..585P 9 18 Self-enrichment of Galactic halo globular clusters: stimulated star formation and consequences for the halo metallicity distribution. PARMENTIER G.
2004PASP..116..103B 7 1 23 The first sources of light. (Invited review). BROMM V.
2004ARA&A..42...79B 243 1 729 The first stars. BROMM V. and LARSON R.B.
2004AN....325..462P 21 0 Unsolved problems in observational astronomy. I. Focus on stellar spectroscopy. PALLAVICINI R. and RANDICH S.
2004MmSAI..75..312N 11 7 Population III supernovae and their nucleosynthesis. NOMOTO K., MAEDA K., UMEDA H., et al.
2004Msngr.117...40C 24 5 The stellar content of the Hamburg/ESO survey. CHRISTLIEB N., REIMERS D. and WISOTZKI L.
2004Msngr.118...55C 12 1 The first stars: what we know and do not know. CAYREL R. and SPITE M.
2004NewA...10..113S 13 1 39 Induced formation of primordial low-mass stars. SALVATERRA R., FERRARA A. and SCHNEIDER R.
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.
2005A&A...436..145R 1 6 20 Self-enrichment in globular clusters. I. An analytic approach. RECCHI S. and DANZIGER I.J.
2005A&A...436..879K 5 2 34 Stochastic chemical enrichment in metal-poor systems. II. Abundance ratios and scatter. KARLSSON T. and GUSTAFSSON B.
2005A&A...439...93K 9 1 29 Stochastic chemical enrichment in metal-poor systems. I. Theory. KARLSSON T.
2005AJ....130.2804R viz 166 34 Estimation of carbon abundances in metal-poor stars. I. Application to the strong G-band stars of Beers, Preston, and Shectman. ROSSI S., BEERS T.C., SNEDEN C., et al.
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.
2005ApJ...622...39M 8 2 49 Low-mass star formation triggered by supernovae in primordial clouds. MACHIDA M.N., TOMISAKA K., NAKAMURA F., et al.
2005ApJ...624..485C 3 1 10 Formation of first stars triggered by collisions and shock waves: prospect for high star formation efficiency and high ionizing photon escape fraction. CEN R.
2005ApJ...626..644S 1 4 19 The polytropic equation of state of primordial gas clouds. SPAANS M. and SILK J.
2005MNRAS.357..471E viz 1 6 26 Calculated spectra for HeH+ and its effect on the opacity of cool metal-poor stars. ENGEL E.A., DOSS N., HARRIS G.J., et al.
2005ARA&A..43..435H 31 8 757 Evolution of asymptotic giant branch stars. HERWIG F.
2005ARA&A..43..481A 24 8 586 New light on stellar abundance analyses : departures from LTE and homogeneity. ASPLUND M.
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.
2005Natur.434..871F 33 5 503 Nucleosynthetic signatures of the first stars. FREBEL A., AOKI W., CHRISTLIEB N., et al.
2005Sci...309..451I 37 2 223 The first chemical enrichment in the Universe and the formation of hyper metal-poor stars. IWAMOTO N., UMEDA H., TOMINAGA N., et al.
2005ARep...49..510K 11 0 Evolution of galaxies and the Tully-Fisher relation. KURBATOV E.P., TUTUKOV A.V. and SHUSTOV B.M.
2006A&A...446.1039K 13 1 26 The winds of hot massive first stars. KRTICKA J. and KUBAT J.
2006A&A...447..623M 26 7 366 The early star generations: the dominant effect of rotation on the CNO yields. MEYNET G., EKSTROEM S. and MAEDER A.
2006A&A...448..665P 4 4 36 The energetics, evolution, and stellar depletion of 6Li in the early Galaxy. PRANTZOS N.
2006A&A...451...19E 1 6 23 The most metal-poor damped Lyman α system at z <3: constraints on early nucleosynthesis. ERNI P., RICHTER P., LEDOUX C., et al.
2006A&A...451.1065G 74 89 Na, Mg and Al abundances as a population discriminant for nearby metal-poor stars. GEHREN T., SHI J.R., ZHANG H.W., et al.
2006A&A...455.1059M 5 8 84 CS 30322-023: an ultra metal-poor TP-AGB star? MASSERON T., VAN ECK S., FAMAEY B., et al.
2006ApJ...638L..17F 9 3 54 The oxygen abundance of HE 1327-2326. FREBEL A., CHRISTLIEB N., NORRIS J.E., 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...640...31V 2 3 17 The radiative transport of dust in primordial galaxies and second-generation star formation. VENKATESAN A., NATH B.B. and SHULL J.M.
2006ApJ...640...41H 7 0 Early cosmic chemical evolution: relating the origin of a diffuse intergalactic medium and the first long-lived stars. HARTWICK F.D.A.
2006ApJ...641....1T 40 2 163 Chemical evolution in hierarchical models of cosmic structure. I. Constraints on the early stellar initial mass function. TUMLINSON J.
2006ApJ...641L..41K 40   K                 5 38 Primordial stellar feedback and the origin of hyper-metal-poor stars. KARLSSON T.
2006ApJ...641L..81V 1 2 6 A cosmic milestone: constraints from metal-poor halo stars on the cosmological reionization epoch. VENKATESAN A.
2006ApJ...644L.121C 132 T K                 2 81 The chemical compositions of the extreme halo stars
HE 0107-5240 and HE 1327-2326 inferred from three-dimensional hydrodynamical model atmospheres.
2006ApJ...647..773D 4 4 39 Hierarchical growth and cosmic star formation: enrichment, outflows, and supernova rates. DAIGNE F., OLIVE K.A., SILK J., et al.
2006MNRAS.366..247J 36 2 147 The cooling of shock-compressed primordial gas. JOHNSON J.L. and BROMM V.
2006MNRAS.371..444S 11 2 44 On the first generation of stars. SILK J. and LANGER M.
2006LAstr.120..216C 11 0 Les premieres etoiles ne sont plus la... CAYREL R.
2006S&T...111e..30B 3 2 Out of the dark ages : the first stars. BROMM V.
2006NewAR..50...64S 2 2 Constraining the /session define format EPOCH1 = of very massive star formation. SCHNEIDER R.
2006RPPh...69.2823C 5 5 The oldest stars in the Milky Way. CAYREL R.
2006ApJ...652.1585F viz 1775 155 Bright metal-poor stars from the Hamburg/ESO survey. I. Selection and follow-up observations from 329 fields. FREBEL A., CHRISTLIEB N., NORRIS J.E., et al.
2006A&A...459..125S 1 28 64 First stars X. The nature of three unevolved carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. SIVARANI T., BEERS T.C., BONIFACIO P., et al.
2006ApJ...653..285S 8 2 32 The spatial distribution of the galactic first stars. I. High-resolution N-body approach. SCANNAPIECO E., KAWATA D., BROOK C.B., et al.
2006ApJ...653..300P 4 8 68 From first stars to the Spite plateau: a possible reconciliation of halo stars observations with predictions from Big Bang nucleosynthesis. PIAU L., BEERS T.C., BALSARA D.S., et al.
2007A&A...461..261M 7 10 150 A non-LTE study of neutral and singly-ionized calcium in late-type stars. MASHONKINA L., KORN A.J. and PRZYBILLA N.
2007A&A...461..571H 23 5 233 Very low-metallicity massive stars. Pre-SN evolution models and primary nitrogen production. HIRSCHI R.
2007ApJS..168..128B viz 15       D               1852 38 Broadband UBVRCIC photometry of horizontal-branch and metal-poor candidates from the HK and Hamburg/ESO surveys. I. BEERS T.C., FLYNN C., ROSSI S., et al.
2007ApJ...655..492A viz 2 70 376 Carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. I. Chemical compositions of 26 stars. AOKI W., BEERS T.C., CHRISTLIEB N., et al.
2006MmSAI..77..834G 2 0 The evolution of primordial Super-AGB stars. GARCIA-BERRO E., GIL-PONS P. and GUTIERREZ J.
2007AJ....133.1193B 1 10 28 Near-infrared spectroscopy of carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. I. A SOAR/OSIRIS pilot study. BEERS T.C., SIVARANI T., MARSTELLER B., et al.
2007ApJ...657L..77T 5 10 100 The connection between gamma-ray bursts and extremely metal-poor stars: black hole-forming supernovae with relativistic jets. TOMINAGA N., MAEDA K., UMEDA H., et al.
2007ApJ...658..367K viz 15       D               1 122 103 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.
2007ApJ...658..534F 2 10 43 Chemical abundance analysis of the extremely metal-poor star HE 1300+0157. FREBEL A., NORRIS J.E., AOKI W., et al.
2007A&A...464..667G 45           X         1 2 32 The late stages of the evolution of intermediate-mass primordial stars: the effects of overshooting. GIL-PONS P., GUTIERREZ J. and GARCIA-BERRO E.
2007ApJ...658.1203J viz 15       D               69 54 A search for nitrogen-enhanced metal-poor stars. JOHNSON J.A., HERWIG F., BEERS T.C., et al.
2007A&A...466..327B 3 5 39 Non-LTE Balmer line formation in late-type spectra: effects of atomic processes involving hydrogen atoms. BARKLEM P.S.
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.
2007MNRAS.377.1520H 1258     A S   X C       32 2 0 Evolutionary models for two hyper-iron-poor low-mass stars. HARRIS G.J., PORTER R., LYNAS-GRAY A.E., et al.
2007A&A...469..687C 31 3 191 Three-dimensional hydrodynamical simulations of surface convection in red giant stars. Impact on spectral line formation and abundance analysis. COLLET R., ASPLUND M. and TRAMPEDACH R.
2007MNRAS.378..563L 490   K A D     X C       13 2 12 Carbon-rich extremely metal poor stars: signatures of Population III asymptotic giant branch stars in binary systems. LAU H.H.B., STANCLIFFE R.J. and TOUT C.A.
2007ApJ...665.1361T 49   K                 2 49 Carbon-enhanced hyper-metal-poor stars and the stellar IMF at low metallicity. TUMLINSON J.
2007ApJ...666..955N 31 4 253 Evolution of dust in primordial supernova remnants: can dust grains formed in the ejecta survive and be injected into the early interstellar medium? NOZAWA T., KOZASA T., HABE A., et al.
2007ApJ...667.1206S 3 2 14 Evolution of low-mass population III stars. SUDA T., FUJIMOTO M.Y. and ITOH N.
2007MNRAS.381..647S 173           X C       3 3 139 Cosmic stellar relics in the Galactic halo. SALVADORI S., SCHNEIDER R. and FERRARA A.
2007Sci...317.1527G 20 2 81 Lighting the Universe with filaments. GAO L. and THEUNS T.
2007ApJ...670..774N 1114       D     X C       29 7 193 HE 0557-4840: ultra-metal-poor and carbon-rich. NORRIS J.E., CHRISTLIEB N., KORN A.J., et al.
2007Natur.450.1020C 66 4 530 Two stellar components in the halo of the Milky Way. CAROLLO D., BEERS T.C., LEE Y.S., et al.
2008MNRAS.384.1533L 39           X         1 3 10 Single and binary evolution of Population III stars and their supernova explosions. LAWLOR T.M., YOUNG T.R., JOHNSON T.A., et al.
2008ApJ...677..572V 776     A     X C       20 20 30 Could the ultra-metal-poor stars Be chemically peculiar and not related to the first stars? VENN K.A. and LAMBERT D.L.
2008ApJ...678.1351A 39           X         1 27 106 Carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. III. Main-sequence turnoff stars from the SDSS SEGUE sample. AOKI W., BEERS T.C., SIVARANI T., et al.
2008ApJ...679....6K 41           X         1 14 95 Uncovering the chemical signature of the first stars in the universe. KARLSSON T., JOHNSON J.L. and BROMM V.
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.
2008ApJ...684..588F 299           X C       6 2 140 HE 1327-2326, an unevolved star with [Fe/H]←5.0. II. New 3D-1D corrected abundances from a very large telescope UVES spectrum. FREBEL A., COLLET R., ERIKSSON K., et al.
2007PASJ...59..771S 8 2 35 Magnetorotational collapse of population III stars. SUWA Y., TAKIWAKI T., KOTAKE K., 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...688.1382T 78           X         2 4 28 Injection of short-lived radionuclides into the early solar system from a faint supernova with mixing fallback. TAKIGAWA A., MIKI J., TACHIBANA S., et al.
2008AN....329..625V 152           X         4 1 2 Low-temperature primordial gas in merging halos. VASILIEV E.O. and SHCHEKINOV Yu.A.
2008ARep...52..985T 8 3 The formation and evolution of the most massive stars. TUTUKOV A.V. and FEDOROVA A.V.
2009AJ....137..272R viz 114           X         3 737 45 Chemical inhomogeneities in the Milky Way stellar halo. ROEDERER I.U.
2008MmSAI..79..317B 38           X         1 2 1 Model atmospheres: bridging models and observations. BESSELL M.S.
2009ApJ...690..526T 116           X   F     2 13 74 Aspherical properties of hydrodynamics and nucleosynthesis in jet-induced supernovae. TOMINAGA N.
2009ApJ...691..441S 69           X         1 2 126 Three modes of metal-enriched star formation in the early universe. SMITH B.D., TURK M.J., SIGURDSSON S., et al.
2009MNRAS.392L..50F 84           X         2 3 51 The minimum stellar metallicity observable in the Galaxy. FREBEL A., JOHNSON J.L. and BROMM V.
2009ApJ...694.1577K 38           X         1 11 14 Early-age evolution of the Milky Way related by extremely metal-poor stars. KOMIYA Y., SUDA T. and FUJIMOTO M.Y.
2009ApJ...696L..79K 40           X         1 3 12 Hierarchical formation of the galactic halo and the origin of hyper metal-poor stars. KOMIYA Y., HABE A., SUDA T., et al.
2008ARA&A..46..241S 49           X         1 30 695 Neutron-capture elements in the early galaxy. SNEDEN C., COWAN J.J. and GALLINO R.
2009ApJ...698..410K 40           X         1 3 14 HE 1327-2326, an unevolved star with [Fe/H] < -5.0. III. Does its atmosphere reflect its natal composition? KORN A.J., RICHARD O., MASHONKINA L., et al.
2009MNRAS.396.1046L 78           X         2 7 35 The evolution of low-metallicity asymptotic giant branch stars and the formation of carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. LAU H.H.B., STANCLIFFE R.J. and TOUT C.A.
2009ApJ...702.1575O 38           X         1 6 8 Quark-novae, cosmic reionization, and early r-process element production. OUYED R., PUDRITZ R.E. and JAIKUMAR P.
2009A&A...507..817S 117           X         3 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.
2010ApJ...709...11J 698           X C F     16 4 102 The nucleosynthetic imprint of 15-40 m primordial supernovae on metal-poor stars. JOGGERST C.C., ALMGREN A., BELL J., et al.
2009MNRAS.398.1782R 281       D     X   F     7 11 22 Influence of population III stars on cosmic chemical evolution. ROLLINDE E., VANGIONI E., MAURIN D., et al.
2009PASJ...61..909N 834           X C       21 13 13 Oxygen and light-element synthesis by neutron-capture reactions in metal-free and extremely metal-poor AGB stars. NISHIMURA T., AIKAWA M., SUDA T., et al.
2010AJ....139.1051P viz 38           X         1 136 17 A search for unrecognized carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars in the Galaxy. PLACCO V.M., KENNEDY C.R., ROSSI S., et al.
2010A&A...509A..93M viz 168       D     X         5 181 196 A holistic approach to carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. MASSERON T., JOHNSON J.A., PLEZ B., et al.
2010A&A...513A..72B 40           X         1 13 70 Three carbon-enhanced metal-poor dwarf stars from the SDSS. Chemical abundances from CO5BOLD 3D hydrodynamical model atmospheres. BEHARA N.T., BONIFACIO P., LUDWIG H.-G., et al.
2010AN....331..474F viz 4 14 134 Stellar archaeology: Exploring the Universe with metal-poor stars. FREBEL A.
2010MmSAI..81..151M 15 1 Supernova nucleosynthesis and stellar population in the early Universe. MAEDA K., TOMINAGA N., UMEDA H., et al.
2010A&A...515A.102C 347           X         9 3 24 The effects of stellar winds of fast-rotating massive stars in the earliest phases of the chemical enrichment of the Galaxy. CESCUTTI G. and CHIAPPINI C.
2010ApJ...717..542K 41           X         1 4 25 Formation history of metal-poor halo stars with the hierarchical model and the effect of interstellar matter accretion on the most metal-poor stars. KOMIYA Y., HABE A., SUDA T., et al.
2010MNRAS.405..177S 236           X C F     4 3 46 Evolution of low- and intermediate-mass stars with [Fe/H] ≤ - 2.5. SUDA T. and FUJIMOTO M.Y.
2010ApJ...722L.104N 40           X         1 13 56 An extremely carbon-rich, extremely metal-poor star in the Segue 1 system. NORRIS J.E., GILMORE G., WYSE R.F.G., et al.
2010ApJ...723.1632N viz 191           X C       4 282 153 Chemical enrichment in the faintest galaxies: the carbon and iron abundance spreads in the Bootes I dwarf spheroidal galaxy and the Segue 1 system. NORRIS J.E., WYSE R.F.G., GILMORE G., et al.
2010ApJ...724..341H viz 267     A     X C       5 5 530 Nucleosynthesis and evolution of massive metal-free stars. HEGER A. and WOOSLEY S.E.
2010A&A...521A..30M 235           X C       5 6 79 Are C-rich ultra iron-poor stars also He-rich? MEYNET G., HIRSCHI R., EKSTROEM S., et al.
2010PABei..28..404W 10 2 New metal-poor star candidates from Guo Shou-jing Telescope (LAMOST) commissioning observations. WU Y., LUO A.-L., SHI J.R., et al.
2011MNRAS.412..843S viz 169       D     X         5 148 109 The stellar abundances for galactic archaeology (SAGA) data base – II. Implications for mixing and nucleosynthesis in extremely metal-poor stars and chemical enrichment of the galaxy. SUDA T., YAMADA S., KATSUTA Y., et al.
2011MNRAS.412.1047C 45           X         1 5 77 A carbon-enhanced metal-poor damped Lyα system: probing gas from population III nucleosynthesis? COOKE R., PETTINI M., STEIDEL C.C., et al.
2011A&A...528A...9S 100     A     X         3 55 39 First stars. XIV. Sulfur abundances in extremely metal-poor stars. SPITE M., CAFFAU E., ANDRIEVSKY S.M., et al.
2011MNRAS.413.2987V 154             C F     5 8 14 Cosmic chemical evolution with an early population of intermediate-mass stars. VANGIONI E., SILK J., OLIVE K.A., et al.
2011ApJ...736...73K 38           X         1 3 5 Extremely metal-poor stars and a hierarchical chemical evolution model. KOMIYA Y.
2011AJ....142..188P viz 39           X         1 11 27 Searches for metal-poor stars from the Hamburg/ESO survey using the CH G-band. PLACCO V.M., KENNEDY C.R., BEERS T.C., et al.
2009PNAOC...6..167W 2 0 Statistics of effective temperatures and spectral types of carbon-enhanced metal-poor (CEMP) stars in the SDSS-DR7. WANG F.-F., LUO A.-L., ZHANG J.-N., et al.
2011PABei..29..387Z 12 0 Progress of the study about R-process nucleosynthesis in metal-poor stars. ZHANG J., CUI W.-Y. and ZHANG B.
2012ApJ...744..195C 40           X         1 35 134 Carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars in the inner and outer halo components of the Milky Way. CAROLLO D., BEERS T.C., BOVY J., et al.
2012ApJ...751...14M 15       D               1 50 38 Lithium abundances in carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars. MASSERON T., JOHNSON J.A., LUCATELLO S., et al.
2012ApJS..199...38L viz 50           X         1 4 95 Presupernova evolution and explosive nucleosynthesis of zero metal massive stars. LIMONGI M. and CHIEFFI A.
2012ApJ...753..150N 193           X         5 6 11 The oxygen abundance of the ultra-metal-poor star He 0557-4840. NORRIS J.E., CHRISTLIEB N., BESSELL M.S., et al.
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