4MOST Consortium Survey 4: Milky Way Disc and Bulge High-Resolution Survey (4MIDABLE-HR)

  title={4MOST Consortium Survey 4: Milky Way Disc and Bulge High-Resolution Survey (4MIDABLE-HR)},
  author={Cristina Chiappini and Ivan Minchev and Else Starkenburg and Friedrich Anders and Nicola Pietro Gentile Fusillo and Ortwin Gerhard and Guillaume Guiglion and Arman Khalatyan and Georges Kordopatis and Bertrand Lemasle and Gal Matijevi{\vc} and Anna B{\'a}rbara de Andrade Queiroz and Axel D. Schwope and Matthias Steinmetz and Jesper Storm and Gregor Traven and P.-E. Tremblay and Marica Valentini and Ren{\'e} Andrae and Anke Arentsen and Martin Asplund and Thomas Bensby and Maria Bergemann and Luca Casagrande and Robin Church and Gabriele Cescutti and Sofia Feltzing and Morgan Fouesneau and Eva K. Grebel and Manuela Kovalev and P. Mcmillan and Giacomo Monari and Jan Rybizki and Nils Ryde and H.-W. Rix and N. Walton and Mingqi Xiang and Deborah R. Zucker},
  journal={The Messenger},
  • Cristina Chiappini, Ivan Minchev, +35 authors Deborah R. Zucker
  • Published 2019
  • Physics, Geology
  • The Messenger
  • The mechanisms of the formation and evolution of the Milky Way are encoded in the orbits, chemistry and ages of its stars. With the 4MOST MIlky way Disk And BuLgE Low-Resolution Survey (4MIDABLE-LR) we aim to study kinematic and chemical substructures in the Milky Way disc and bulge region with samples of unprecedented size out to larger distances and greater precision than conceivable with Gaia alone or any other ongoing or planned survey. Gaia gives us the unique opportunity for target… CONTINUE READING


    Publications referenced by this paper.

    arXiv:1808.08569 Links 1 ESA-Gaia mission: http://sci.esa.int/gaia/ 2 HEALPix: https://healpix.jpl.nasa.gov

    • Schwope, A A, M A62 Valentini
    • 2018