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Hubble Space Telescope Near-Ultraviolet Spectroscopy Of The Bright CEMP-No Star BD+44 Degrees 493
We present an elemental-abundance analysis, in the near-ultraviolet (NUV) spectral range, for the extremely metal-poor star BD+44 degrees 493 a ninth magnitude subgiant with [Fe/H] = -3.8 and enhanced carbon, based on data ...
Detection of the Second r-Process Peak Element Tellurium in Metal-Poor Stars
Using near-ultraviolet spectra obtained with the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph on board the Hubble Space Telescope, we detect neutral tellurium in three metal-poor stars enriched by products of r-process nucleosynthesis, ...
New Detections Of Arsenic, Selenium, And Other Heavy Elements In Two Metal-Poor Stars
We use the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph on board the Hubble Space Telescope to obtain new high-quality spectra covering the 1900 <= lambda <= 2360 angstrom wavelength range for two metal-poor stars, HD 108317 and ...
The Chemical Abundances Of Stars In The Halo (CASH) Project. II. A Sample Of 14 Extremely Metal-Poor Stars
We present a comprehensive abundance analysis of 20 elements for 16 new low-metallicity stars from the Chemical Abundances of Stars in the Halo (CASH) project. The abundances have been derived from both Hobby-Eberly Telescope ...
New Hubble Space Telescope Observations of Heavy Elements in Four Metal-Poor Stars
Elements heavier than the iron group are found in nearly all halo stars. A substantial number of these elements, key to understanding neutron-capture nucleosynthesis mechanisms, can only be detected in the near-ultraviolet. ...
The Hobby-Eberly Telescope Chemical Abundances Of Stars In The Halo (CASH) Project. I. The Lithium-, s-, And r-Enhanced Metal-Poor Giant HKII 17435-00532
We present the first detailed abundance analysis of the metal-poor giant HKII 17435-00532. This star was observed as part of the University of Texas long-term project Chemical Abundances of Stars in the Halo ( CASH). A ...