Chemodynamics of the Milky Way - I. The first year of APOGEE data

@article{Anders2014ChemodynamicsOT,
  title={Chemodynamics of the Milky Way - I. The first year of APOGEE data},
  author={F. Anders and C. Chiappini and B. Santiago and H. Rocha-Pinto and L. Girardi and L. Costa and M. Maia and M. Steinmetz and I. Minchev and M. Schultheis and C. Boeche and A. Miglio and J. Montalb'an and D. Schneider and T. Beers and K. Cunha and C. Prieto and E. Balbinot and D. Bizyaev and D. E. Brauer and J. Brinkmann and P. Frinchaboy and A. P'erez and M. Hayden and F. Hearty and J. Holtzman and J. Johnson and K. Kinemuchi and S. Majewski and E. Malanushenko and V. Malanushenko and D. Nidever and R. O'Connell and K. Pan and A. Robin and R. Schiavon and M. Shetrone and M. Skrutskie and V. Smith and K. Stassun and G. Zasowski},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2014},
  volume={564}
}
  • F. Anders, C. Chiappini, +38 authors G. Zasowski
  • Published 2014
  • Physics
  • Astronomy and Astrophysics
  • We investigate the chemo-kinematic properties of the Milky Way disc by exploring the first year of data from the Apache Point Observatory Galactic Evolution Experiment (APOGEE), and compare our results to smaller optical high-resolution samples in the literature, as well as results from lower resolution surveys such as GCS, SEGUE and RAVE. We start by selecting a high-quality sample in terms of chemistry ($\sim$ 20.000 stars) and, after computing distances and orbital parameters for this sample… CONTINUE READING
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