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By Owen Gingerich (auth.), P. C. van der Kruit, G. Gilmore (eds.)

The notion of Stellar Populations has performed a basic function in astronomy within the previous few many years. It used to be brought by means of Walter Baade after he was once capable of unravel the Andromeda Nebula and its partners into stars while he used red-sensitive plates and realised that there have been essentially assorted Herzsprung-Russell diagrams in our and those within sight galaxies (common stars within the sun local as opposed to globular clusters). This outcome was once released in papers in 1944 in quantity a hundred of the Astrophysical magazine. next learn gave the concept that a miles less attackable foundation and on the well-known Vatican Symposium of 1957 led to a common scheme of the idea that and a operating speculation for idea's at the formation and evolution of the Galaxy. This has been a tenet of experiences of our and different galaxies for many years. a few years in the past it appeared to us applicable to commemorate Baade's seminal paintings in 1994, whilst it'll have its 50-th anniversary, and to check its current prestige and likewise its function in contempory figuring out. whereas we have been in Leiden for an administrative committee, we mentioned the problem back and over beers on October 29, 1991 we made up our minds the take the initiative for an IAU Symposium at the topic through the 1994 IAU common meeting in Den Haag, the Netherlands.

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Among the stars discussed in this paper, the exceptions are the F-type sub dwarfs and a group of A-type stars that appear normal on MK dispersion spectra. Schwarzschild (1952) plotted the high-velocity stars from Miczaika's catalog (1940) on a Bottlinger diagram. 3 ofthe Sun's distance from the galactic center. On the other hand, they are not associated with the spiral arms, readily penetrating the interarm regions. As mentioned above, the spectra of the bright globular cluster giants do not resemble those of any high-velocity star (Baum, 1952; Roman, 1965).

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