Proc. IAU volume 13, issue S334, P94-97 2017 DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317008183 View full text
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Gabriele Cescutti, Cristina Chiappini, Raphael Hirschi

Abstract: Recently the search for the oldest stars have started to focus on the Bulge region. The Galactic bulge hosts extremely old stars, with ages compatible with the ages of the oldest halo stars. The data coming from these recent observations present new chemical signatures and therefore provide complementary constraints to those already found in the halo. So, the study of the oldest bulge stars can improve dramatically the constraints on the nature of first stars and how they polluted the pristine ISM of our Gala…

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