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The Helium Flash "After a star of Population II
has evolved away from the main sequence of the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram and become a red giant star, a remarkable 'thermal runaway' occurs deep in its interior.
was the intermating population N70-1400 (Burton and Brim, 1981).
On the other hand, the less luminous reddish stars typical of Population II
are abundant toward the center of the system, in Sagittarius.
was a 98-chromosome hybrid that originated from a cross that involved an unreduced L.
19365-3 is a small, red dry bean developed from an interspecific Population II
(Florida 6-19/Pc-46) using a modified bulk selection of 10 plants for three continuous generations.
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If its existence is confirmed, perhaps this locally delayed generation of very-low-metallicity stars should be called Population 0, since Population I stars are metal-rich stars and Population II
stars are moderately metal-poor.
This led to his discovery, published in 1944, of two "populations" of stars--Population I, comprised of relatively young stars and clusters confined to the galactic plane, especially the spiral arms, and Population II
, consisting of relatively old stars and clusters that occupy a spherical halo around the galactic center.
2 percent as much mass as its galaxy's central bulge--the galaxy's spherical or ellipsoidal concentration of old, yellow, Population II
stars (S&T: October 2000, page 28).
Since dwarf galaxies are dominated by old, reddened Population II
stars, Freeman points out, this result is not surprising.
For example, not until Walter Baade recognized two distinct stellar populations in M31 - the young, blue stars of Population I in the disk versus the old, yellow stars of Population II
in the hub - did it become possible to understand the Milky Way's own spiral structure.