DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317007116
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Abstract: Although a stellar age accuracy of about 10 % seems to be a reasonable requirement to draw a time line in the evolution of our Galaxy as well as in the formation and evolution of exo-planetary systems, theoretical stellar models are at present still too imperfect to really achieve this goal. Asteroseismic observations are definitely of invaluable assistance, especially if individual pulsation frequencies are available, which is still far from common. Large stellar samples are now in the spotlight with two diff… Show more

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