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Paper: Preliminary Results of the Be Stars Proportion in LMC Open Clusters and Application to the NGC 1850 Star Formation Region
Volume: 491, Fifty Years of Wide Field Studies in the Southern Hemisphere: Resolved Stellar Populations in the Galactic Bulge and the Magellanic Clouds
Page: 330
Authors: Aguayo, G.; Martayan, C.; Baade, D.; Garrido, H.; Rivinius, T.; Stefl, S.; Mennickent, R.; Fabregat, J.
Abstract: Using the ESO Wide Field Imager in its slitless spectroscopic mode, we show the preliminary results of the Be stars proportion in various LMC open clusters compared to the SMC and the Galaxy. We also report on the populations of emission-line stars (ELS) found in the LMC cluster NGC 1850 and its vicinity. Those results combined with some photometric data show a possible spatial mass segregation of the various populations of ELS, probably related to the star formation history in this region of the LMC.
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