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Upcoming Issue No. 85

Abstracts received since the publication of Issue # 84 (1st February 2022)

E. Carretta, A. Bragaglia  (April 10 2022)
The in situ origin of the globular cluster NGC 6388 from abundances of Sc, V, and Zn of a large sample of stars

R. Asa'd, S. Hernandez, A. As'ad, and 4 co-authors  (March 29 2022)
Detailed Chemical Abundances of Star Clusters in the Large Magellanic Cloud

R. Asa'd, P. Goudfrooij, A. M. As'ad  (March 21 2022)
On the precision of full-spectrum fitting of simple stellar populations. IV. A systematic comparison with results from colour-magnitude diagrams

V. V. Kravtsov, S. Dib, F. Calderon, J. A. Belinchon  (March 20 2022)
Stellar collisions in globular clusters: the origin of multiple stellar populations

R. Blomme, S. Daflon, M. Gebran, and 44 co-authors  (February 18 2022)
The Gaia-ESO Survey: The analysis of the hot-star spectra

F. Dinnbier, R. I. Anderson, P. Kroupa  (February 15 2022)
On the dynamical evolution of Cepheids in star clusters

F. Dinnbier, P. Kroupa, L. Šubr, T. Jeřábková  (February 15 2022)
Estimating the ages of open star clusters from properties of their extended tidal tails

F. Dinnbier, P. Kroupa, R. I. Anderson  (February 15 2022)
Do the majority of stars form as gravitationally unbound?

G.M. Eadie, J.J. Webb, J.S. Rosenthal  (February 9 2022)
Bayesian Inference of Globular Cluster Properties Using Distribution Functions

J.J. Webb, J. Bovy  (February 9 2022)
Variation in the stellar mass function along stellar streams

N. El-Falou, J.J. Webb  (February 9 2022)
The effect of dwarf galaxies on the tidal tails of globular clusters

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