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Synergies between Solar and Stellar Modelling
One of the most dramatic events in the life of a low-mass star is the He flash, which takes place at the tip of the red giant branch (RGB) and is followed by a series of secondary flashes before the star settles into the zero-age horizontal branch (ZAHB). Yet, no stars have been positively identified in this key evolutionary phase, mainly for two reasons: first, this pre-ZAHB phase is very short compared to other major evolutionary phases in the life of a star; and second, these pre-ZAHB starsdoi:10.1007/978-90-481-9198-7_20 fatcat:2olliucbk5hpzkjqzdgk4u2uoq