APOGEE Chemical Abundance Patterns of the Massive Milky Way Satellites

@article{Hasselquist2021APOGEECA,
  title={APOGEE Chemical Abundance Patterns of the Massive Milky Way Satellites},
  author={Sten Hasselquist and Christian R. Hayes and Jianhui Lian and David H. Weinberg and Gail Zasowski and Danny Horta and Rachael Beaton and Diane K. Feuillet and Elisa R. Garro and Carme Gallart and Verne V. Smith and Jon A. Holtzman and Dante Minniti and Ivan Lacerna and Matthew D. Shetrone and Henrik J{\"o}nsson and Maria-Rosa L. Cioni and Sean P. Fillingham and Katia Cunha and Robert W. O’Connell and Jos'e G. Fern'andez-Trincado and Ricardo R. Mu{\~n}oz and Ricardo P. Schiavon and Andr'es Almeida and Borja Anguiano and Timothy C. Beers and Dmitry Bizyaev and Joel R. Brownstein and Roger E. Cohen and Peter M. Frinchaboy and D. A. Garc'ia-Hern'andez and Douglas Geisler and Richard R. Lane and Steven R. Majewski and David L. Nidever and Christian Nitschelm and Joshua Povick and Adrian. M. Price-Whelan and Alexandre Roman-Lopes and Margarita Rosado and Jennifer S. Sobeck and Guy S. Stringfellow and O. Valenzuela and Sandro Villanova and Fiorenzo Vincenzo},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={923}
}
The SDSS-IV Apache Point Observatory Galactic Evolution Experiment (APOGEE) survey has obtained high-resolution spectra for thousands of red giant stars distributed among the massive satellite galaxies of the Milky Way (MW): the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds (LMC/SMC), the Sagittarius Dwarf Galaxy (Sgr), Fornax (Fnx), and the now fully disrupted Gaia Sausage/Enceladus (GSE) system. We present and analyze the APOGEE chemical abundance patterns of each galaxy to draw robust conclusions about… 

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