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# GizmoAnalysis: Read and analyze Gizmo simulations

@inproceedings{Wetzel2020GizmoAnalysisRA,
title={GizmoAnalysis: Read and analyze Gizmo simulations},
author={Andrew R. Wetzel and Shea Garrison-Kimmel},
year={2020}
}
• Published 1 February 2020
• Computer Science
11 Citations
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The In Situ Origins of Dwarf Stellar Outskirts in FIRE-2
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Extended, old, and round stellar halos appear to be ubiquitous around high-mass dwarf galaxies (108.5 < M ⋆/M ⊙ < 109.6) in the observed universe. However, it is unlikely that these dwarfs have
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The Astrophysical Journal
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In hierarchical structure formation, metal-poor stars in and around the Milky Way (MW) originate primarily from mergers of lower-mass galaxies. A common expectation is therefore that metal-poor stars