R-process enhancements of Gaia-Enceladus in GALAH DR3

@article{Matsuno2021RprocessEO,
  title={R-process enhancements of Gaia-Enceladus in GALAH DR3},
  author={Tadafumi Matsuno and Yutaka Hirai and Yuta Tarumi and Kenta Hotokezaka and Masaomi Tanaka and Amina Helmi},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
The dominant site of production of $r$-process elements remains unclear despite recent observations of a neutron star merger. Observational constraints on the properties of the sites can be obtained by comparing $r$-process abundances in different environments. The recent Gaia data releases and large samples from high-resolution optical spectroscopic surveys are enabling us to compare $r$-process element abundances between stars formed in an accreted dwarf galaxy, Gaia-Enceladus, and those… 

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