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Solar-like oscillations in open cluster stars
Communications in Asteroseismology
Asteroseismology of stellar clusters is potentially a powerful tool. The assumption of a common age, distance, and chemical composition provides constraints on each cluster member, which significantly improves the asteroseismic output. Driven by this great potential, we carried out multi-site observations aimed at detecting solar-like oscillations in the red giant stars in the open cluster M67 (NGC 2682) (Stello et al. 2006). Here we present the first analysis of our data, which show evidencedoi:10.1553/cia150s149 fatcat:47w4di2rsjgkdhce7eajaazewu