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Roberta M. Humphreys et al 2017 ApJ 848 86

New results on two supernova impostors in NGC 2403 suggest that both survivors are now hot supergiant stars, and their progenitors were evolved massive stars that experienced eruptions or high-mass-loss events.

Souradeep Bhattacharya et al 2017 ApJ 847 138

Analysis of the morphological shape of Berkeley 17, the oldest known open cluster (~10 Gyr), reveals that most massive stars have sunk to the core of the cluster, leaving the lower-mass stars to be stripped away.

David L. Nidever et al 2017 AJ 154 199

The SMASH survey of the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds has put out its first public data release, revealing measurements of 100 million objects and the discovery of a new Milky Way satellite.

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