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The Gaia-ESO Public Spectroscopic Survey

  title={The Gaia-ESO Public Spectroscopic Survey},
  author={Gerard Gilmore and Sofia Randich and Martin Asplund and James Binney and Piercarlo Bonifacio and J E Drew and Sofia Feltzing and Annette M. N. Ferguson and R D Jeffries and Giusi Micela and I. Negueruela and Timo Prusti and Hans–Walter Rix and Antonella Vallenari and Emilio J. Alfaro and Carlos Allende-Prieto and C. Babusiaux and Thomas Bensby and Ronny Blomme and Angela Bragaglia and Ettore Flaccomio and P. François and Michael J. Irwin and Sergey E. Koposov and Andreas Korn and Alessandro C. Lanzafame and E Pancino and Ernst Paunzen and Alejandra Recio-Blanco and Germano Sacco and Rodolfo Smiljanic and Sophie Van Eck and Nicholas A. Walton and Daniel Ad'en and Conny Aerts and L. Affer and J. M. Alcal{\'a} and G. Altavilla and Jo{\~a}o Alves and T. Antoja and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Arenou and Costanza Argiroffi and Andr{\'e}s Asensio Ramos and Coryn A. L. Bailer-Jones and Lola Balaguer-N{\'u}{\~n}ez and Amelia Bayo and Beatriz Barbuy and G. Barisevicius and David Barrado y Navascu{\'e}s and Chiara Battistini and I. Bellas Velidis and Michele Bellazzini and Vasily A Belokurov and Maria Bergemann and Gianpaolo Bertelli and Katia Biazzo and Olivier Bienaym{\'e} and Joss Bland-Hawthorn and Corrado Boeche and Salvador Bonito and Steve Boudreault and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Bouvier and I. M. Brand{\~a}o and Anthony G. A. Brown and Jos H.J. de Bruijne and Matthew R. Burleigh and Jos{\'e} Antonio Caballero and Elisabetta Caffau and Francesco Calura and Roberto Capuzzo-Dolcetta and M. Caramazza and Giovanni Carraro and Luca Casagrande and Sarah L. Casewell and Sandra C. Chapman and Cristina Chiappini and Yuriy Chorniy and Norbert Christlieb and Michele Cignoni and Gabriele Cocozza and Matthew Colless and Remo Collet and Michelle L. M. Collins and Matteo Correnti and Elvira Covino and Denija Crnojevi{\'c} and Mark S. Cropper and Margarida S. Cunha and Francesco Damiani and M. David and Arancha Delgado and Sonia Duffau and Bengt Edvardsson and J. J. Eldridge and Harry Enke and Kjell Eriksson and N. Wyn Evans and Laurent Eyer and Beno{\^i}t Famaey and Michael Fellhauer and Ignacio Ferreras and Francesca Figueras and Giuliana Fiorentino and Chris Flynn and Daniel F. M. Folha and E. Franciosini and A. Frasca and Kenneth C. Freeman and Yves Fr{\'e}mat and Eileen Dolores Friel and Boris T. Gaensicke and J. F. Gameiro and Francisco Garz{\'o}n and Stephan Geier and Douglas Geisler and Ortwin Gerhard and Brad K. Gibson and Andreja Gomboc and Ana E. G{\'o}mez and Carlos Gonzalez-Fernandez and J. I. Gonz{\'a}lez Hern{\'a}ndez and Eric Gosset and Eva K. Grebel and Robert Greimel and Martin A. T. Groenewegen and Frank Grundahl and Mario Giuseppe Guarcello and Bengt Gustafsson and Petr Hadrava and Despina Hatzidimitriou and Nigel C. Hambly and Peter L. Hammersley and Camilla Juul Hansen and M. Haywood and Ulrich Heber and Ulrike Heiter and Enrico V. Held and Amina Helmi and Gerhard Hensler and Artemio Herrero and Vanessa Hill and Simon T. Hodgkin and Nuria Huelamo and Avon P. Huxor and Rodrigo A. Ibata and Richard Jackson and Roelof de Jong and Peter G. Jonker and Stefan Jordan and C. Jordi and Alain Jorissen and Daniel Martin Katz and Daisuke Kawata and Stefan C. Keller and Nina V. Kharchenko and Rainer J. Klement and A. Klutsch and J. K. Knude and Andreas Koch and Oleg Kochukhov and Mary Kontizas and Pavel Koubsk{\'y} and R. Lallement and Patrick de Laverny and Floor van Leeuwen and Bertrand Lemasle and Geraint F. Lewis and Karin Lind and H. E. P. Lindstr{\o}m and A. Lobel and Javier L{\'o}pez Santiago and Philip W. Lucas and Hans-G. Ludwig and Theresa Lueftinger and Laura Magrini and Jes{\'u}s Maı́z Apell{\'a}niz and J. Maldonado and Gianni Marconi and Antonina Marino and Christophe Martayan and Inma Martinez-Valpuesta and Gal Matijevi{\vc} and Richard G. McMahon and Sergio Messina and Martin J. Meyer and Andrea Miglio and {\vS}arūnas Mikolaitis and Ivan Minchev and Dante Minniti and Andr{\'e} Moitinho and Yazan Momany and Lorenzo Monaco and Michael Montalto and M{\'a}rio J. P. F. G. Monteiro and Richard Monier and David Montes and Alcione Mora and Estelle Moraux and Thierry Morel and Nami Mowlavi and Alessio Mucciarelli and U. Munari and Ralf Napiwotzki and Nicolas Nardetto and Tim Naylor and Ya{\"e}l Naz{\'e} and Gijs Nelemans and Shigeru Okamoto and Sergio Ortolani and Giancarlo Pace and Francesco Palla and Jan Palou{\vs} and Richard J. Parker and Jorge Pe{\~n}arrubia and Ignazio Pillitteri and Giampaolo Piotto and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Posbic and L. Prisinzano and E. Puzeras and Andreas Quirrenbach and Simone Ragaini and Justin I. Read and Mike A. Read and C{\'e}line Reyl{\'e} and Joris De Ridder and Noel Robichon and Annie C. Robin and Siegfried Roeser and Donatella Romano and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Royer and Gregory R. Ruchti and Adam Rů{\vz}i{\vc}ka and Sean G. Ryan and Nils Ryde and Nuno C. Santos and Jorge Sanz Forcada and L. M. Sarro Baro and Luca Sbordone and Elena Schilbach and Stefan Schmeja and Olivier Schnurr and Ralph Schoenrich and R. Scholz and George Seabroke and Sanjib Sharma and G. M. de Silva and M. C. Smith and Enrique Solano and Rosanna Sordo and C. Soubiran and S{\'e}rgio G. Sousa and Alessandro Spagna and M. Steffen and Matthias Steinmetz and Beate Stelzer and Eric Stempels and H. M. Tabernero and Gra{\vz}ina Tautvai{\vs}ienė and F. Th{\'e}venin and Jordi Torra and Monica Tosi and Eline Tolstoy and Cl{\`a}udia Turon and Matthew G. Walker and Joachim Wambsganss and C. C. Worley and Kim A. Venn and Jorick S. Vink and R. F. G. Wyse and Simone Zaggia and Werner W. Zeilinger and Manuela Zoccali and Juan Zorec and Db B. Zucker and Toma{\vz} Zwitter},
  journal={The Messenger},
The Gaia-ESO Public Spectroscopic Survey has begun and will obtain high quality spectroscopy of some 100000 Milky Way stars, in the field and in open clusters, down to magnitude 19, systematically ... 

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