The first determination of the helium abundances of stellar populations in extragalactic globular clusters.
Lagioia et al. (2019)
The helium content of stellar populations in 58 Galactic globular clusters.
Milone et al. (2018c)
Discovery of multiple populations in Galactic open clusters.
Marino et al. (2018c), Cordoni et al. (2018).
Rotation as responsible for multiple populations in young clusters. The first direct evidence from spectroscopy of the split main sequence of NGC1818.
Marino et al. (2018b).
GAIA investigates the multiple-population phenomenon for the first time.
Milone et al. (2018b).
Towards the understanding of a new globular cluster class: metallicity variations in NGC6934.
Marino et al. (2018a).
The discovery of a new star cluster: GALFOR 1 in the Small Magellanic Cloud
. Details in Milone et al. (2018a).
The first survey of multiple populations and Be stars in young clusters
of the Magellanic Clouds
by Milone et al. (2018a).
RGB bumps of Globular Clusters: the first determination of the helium content
in the multiple populations of a large number of clusters. Lagioia et al. (2018).
The Chromosome Maps
of Globular Clusters: a new revolutionary tool for understanding multiple populations. Milone et al. (2017).