The GALAH survey: Chemical homogeneity of the Orion complex

@article{Kos2021TheGS,
  title={The GALAH survey: Chemical homogeneity of the Orion complex},
  author={Janez Kos and Joss Bland-Hawthorn and Sven Buder and Thomas Nordlander and Lorenzo Spina and Kevin L Beeson and Karin Lind and Martin Asplund and Kenneth C. Freeman and Michael R. Hayden and Geraint F. Lewis and Sarah L. Martell and Sanjib Sharma and Gayandhi M De Silva and Jefferey D. Simpson and Daniel B. Zucker and Toma{\vz} Zwitter and Klemen {\vC}otar and Jonti Horner and Yuan-Sen Ting (丁源森) and Gregor Traven},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2021}
}
Due to its proximity, the Orion star forming region is often used as a proxy to study processes related to star formation and to observe young stars in the environment they were born in. With the release of Gaia DR2, the distance measurements to the Orion complex are now good enough that the 3D structure of the complex can be explored. Here we test the hypothesis that, due to non-trivial structure and dynamics, and age spread in the Orion complex, the chemical enrichment of youngest stars by… 

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