The Star Clusters Young & Old Newsletter

A newsletter devoted to star cluster research.

Edited by: Giovanni Carraro, Martin Netopil, and Ernst Paunzen

 

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Abstracts received since the publication of Issue No 75 (4th March 2018)

G. Duchene, S. Lacour, E. Moraux, S. Goodwin, and J. Bouvier  (May 4 2018)
Is stellar multiplicity universal? Tight stellar binaries in the Orion Nebula Cluster

J. Alonso-Santiago, A. Marco, I. Negueruela, et al.  (May 3 2018)
NGC 3105: a young open cluster with low metallicity

S. Martocchia, F. Niederhofer, E. Dalessandro, et al.  (April 13 2018)
The search for multiple populations in Magellanic Cloud Clusters IV: Coeval multiple stellar populations in the young star cluster NGC 1978

P. Goudfrooij  (April 9 2018)
Dissolved Massive Metal-Rich Globular Clusters can cause the Range of UV Upturn Strengths found among Early-Type Galaxies

A. E. Piatti  (March 24 2018)
On the physical nature of globular cluster candidates in the Milky Way bulge

C. Ma, R. de Grijs, and L. C. Ho  (March 5 2018)
Connections between star cluster populations and their host galaxy nuclear rings