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Paper: Recent CoRoT Achievements in Stellar Physics
Volume: 479, Progress in Physics of the Sun and Stars
Page: 461
Authors: Baglin, A.; Michel, E.; Noels, A.
Abstract: The CoRoT (Convection Rotation and Planetary Transits) satellite has spent almost six years in space. We present here a global overview of observations already made and then focus on some of the important results which are not described extensively elsewhere in these proceedings. It is a compilation of different investigations, not yet assembled into a global vision. It is probably too early to form a global overview, as it generally takes two or three years from the release of data before early physical interpretations can be made!
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