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Copertina volume box-s-2


Volume 94, n. 2, 2023

P. Bonifacio and P. MolaroForeword

Margherita’s work and legacys

P. SelvelliMargherita Hack: a life for science
P. MolaroThe problem of Lithium and the other Light Elements Deuterium, Beryllium and Boron
S. FerlugaThe strange Case of Epsilon Aurigae
G. Umbriaco, A. Bianchini, A. Pizzella, A. et al.Margherita Hack’s Astrophysics at the Asiago Astrophysical Observatory
M. MesserottiSolar radio observations in Trieste contributed to avert a nuclear war in 1967
G. CatanzaroAm Stars: Abundances, ages, pulsations, and binarity
P. Bonifacio, L. MonacoFeige 86: Gaia confirms its Horizontal Branch nature
A. WolterA statue for Margherita

Galactic archeology and formation of chemical elements

E. CaffauSearching for metal-poor stars
J. I. González Hernández, D. S. Aguado, C. Allende-Prieto et al.Early phases of the Galaxy from the chemical imprint on the iron-poor stars J0815+4729 and J0023+0307
I.Vanni, S. Salvadori, Á . SkúladóttirAre all metal-poor stars of second-generation?
A. Bressan, G. Costa, S. Goswami, V. Grisoni, K. G. Shepherd, L. Silva, F. Addari, P. MarigoVery massive stars chemical enrichment in extremely metal-poor galaxies
L. LombardoCERES survey: Stellar parameters and chemical abundances of selected elements
F.-K. Thielemann, K. Farouqi, S. Rosswog, K.-L. KratzSources of r-Process Abundances
M. Molero, D. Romano, M. Reichert,F. et al.Chemical evolution of Sagittarius: the heavy elements Eu and Ba
A. Vasini, F. Matteucci, E. SpitoniChemical evolution of radioactive elements in the Milky Way
F. MatteucciThe chemical evolution of the Milky Way: a problem of Galactic archaeology
E. Spitoni, F. MatteucciThe [α/Fe] bimodality in the Milky Way disc with chemical evolution models
S. Taibi, G. Battaglia, R. Leaman et al.Radial metallicity gradients of red giant stars in Local Group dwarf galaxies
F. Z. MajidiCharacterization of YSOs with XSHOOTER
A. HerreroA personal perspective on the history of massive OB stellar spectroscopy
G. Costa, C. T. NguyenRotating stellar populations in NGC 1866: New PARSECv2.0 tracks with rotation
A. Mucciarelli, D. MassariThe assembly history of the Local Group: the case of the Large Magellanic Cloud

Exoplanets discovery and characterization

A. SozzettiPlanetary Systems Demographics: The View from High-Resolution Spectroscopy
K. Biazzo & the GAPS TeamCharacterization of exoplanet hosting stars within the GAPS program
S. Benatti, S. Desidera & the GAPS Young Objects TeamUnderstanding the evolution of planetary systems with GAPS2
L. Silva, R. Bevilacqua, L. Biasiotti, E. et al.Climate and atmospheric models of rocky planets: habitability and observational properties

Extragalactic Astronomy: Tracing the baryons- First Galaxies and their growth

C. PérouxThe Baryon Cycle
S. Salvadori, V. D’Odorico, A. Saccardi, Á . Skúladóttir, I. VanniFirst stars signatures in high-z absorbers
A. GrazianThe contribution of high-z AGN to the Ionizing UV background
O. Cucciati, G. De Lucia, F. Fontanot, G. Zamorani, B.C. Lemaux, L. LubinGalaxy and structure formation before the cosmic noon. The perspective with galaxy spectroscopic surveys
B.Vulcani, B. M. Poggianti, A. et al.Integral field spectroscopy allows us to distinguish among the different physical mechanisms affecting galaxies in the different environments
R. Tripodi, C. Feruglio, F. Fiore, et al.ALMA unveils an outflow and a stellar bulge in an isolated z ∼ 6 QSO
S. MaitraHigher order clustering of Lyα forest

Cosmology and fundamental physics

S. Cristiani, K. Boutsia, G. Calderone, G. et al.Spectrographs and spectroscopists for the Sandage test
M. Signorini, G. Risaliti, A. Sacchi, E. Lusso, E. NardiniBuilding the high-redshift Hubble Diagram with quasars
P. Monaco on behalf of the Euclid ConsortiumMapping the Universe with slitless spectroscopy
D. Milaković, C.C. Lee, P. Molaro, J.K. WebbMethods for quasar absorption system measurements of the fine structure constant in the 2020s and beyond

Breakthrough science enabled by future spectrographs

S. Covino, S. Cristiani, J. M. Alcal´a, et al.CUBES: a UV spectrograph for the future
C. NeinerUV spectropolarimetry: a new tool for breakthrough science