volume 13, issue S334, P21-24 2017
DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317008109
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Haining Li, Wako Aoki, Gang Zhao, Takuma Suda, Satoshi Honda, Norbert Christlieb, Tadafumi Matsuno

Abstract: AbstractVery metal-poor (VMP) stars preserve chemical signatures of early generations of stars, and are crutial to understand the early nucleosynthesis and first stars. Millions of stellar spectra obtained by LAMOST provide an unprecedented chance to enlarge the currently limited VMP star sample. Since 2014, a joint project on searching for VMP stars has been conducted based on the LAMOST survey and Subaru follow-up observations. So far, the project has obtained chemical abundances for about 250 VMP stars and …

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