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Angular momentum evolution of cool stars: Toward a synthesis of observations and theory before and after the ZAMS

Abstract : The coexistence of fast and slowly rotating cool stars in ZAMS clusters - forming distinct sequences in the color vs. rotation period plane - is providing clues to differences in their pre main-sequence angular momentum evolution. This Cool Stars 17 splinter was dedicated to a discussion of new observational and theoretical results that may help discriminate between proposed mechanisms for early angular momentum regulation and help us explain the observed ZAMS dichotomy.
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S. Meibom, S. A. Barnes, K. Covey, R. D. Jeffries, S. Matt, et al.. Angular momentum evolution of cool stars: Toward a synthesis of observations and theory before and after the ZAMS. ASTRONOMISCHE NACHRICHTEN, 2013, 334, pp.168. ⟨10.1002/asna.201211777⟩. ⟨insu-03621066⟩

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