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The Gaia-ESO Public Spectroscopic Survey

@article{Gilmore2012TheGP,
  title={The Gaia-ESO Public Spectroscopic Survey},
  author={G. Gilmore and S. Randich and M. Asplund and J. Binney and P. Bonifacio and J. Drew and S. Feltzing and A. Ferguson and R. Jeffries and G. Micela and I. Negueruela and T. Prusti and H. Rix and A. Vallenari and E. Alfaro and C. Allende-Prieto and C. Babusiaux and T. Bensby and R. Blomme and A. Bragaglia and E. Flaccomio and P. François and M. Irwin and Sergey E. Koposov and A. Korn and A. Lanzafame and E. Pancino and E. Paunzen and A. Recio-Blanco and G. Sacco and R. Smiljanic and S. Eck and N. Walton and D. Ad'en and C. Aerts and L. Affer and J. Alcala' and G. Altavilla and J. Alves and T. Antoja and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Arenou and C. Argiroffi and A. Ramos and C. Bailer-Jones and L. Balaguer-N{\'u}{\~n}ez and A. Bayo and B. Barbuy and G. Barisevicius and D. B. Y. Navascu{\'e}s and C. Battistini and I. B. Velidis and M. Bellazzini and V. Belokurov and M. Bergemann and G. Bertelli and K. Biazzo and O. Bienaym{\'e} and J. Bland-Hawthorn and C. Boeche and S. Bonito and S. Boudreault and J. Bouvier and I. Brand{\~a}o and Anthony G. A. Brown and J. Bruijne and M. Burleigh and J. Caballero and E. Caffau and F. Calura and R. Capuzzo-Dolcetta and M. Caramazza and G. Carraro and L. Casagrande and S. Casewell and S. Chapman and C. Chiappini and Y. Chorniy and N. Christlieb and M. Cignoni and G. Cocozza and M. Colless and R. Collet and M. Collins and M. Correnti and E. Covino and D. Crnojevi{\'c} and M. Cropper and M. Cunha and F. Damiani and M. David and A. Delgado and S. Duffau and B. Edvardsson and J. Eldridge and H. Enke and K. Eriksson and N. Evans and L. Eyer and B. Famaey and M. Fellhauer and I. Ferreras and F. Figueras and G. Fiorentino and C. Flynn and D. Folha and E. Franciosini and A. Frasca and K. Freeman and Y. Fr{\'e}mat and E. Friel and B. Gaensicke and J. Gameiro and F. Garz{\'o}n and S. Geier and D. Geisler and O. Gerhard and B. Gibson and A. Gomboc and A. G{\'o}mez and C. Gonz{\'a}lez-Fern{\'a}ndez and J. Hern{\'a}ndez and E. Gosset and E. Grebel and R. Greimel and M. Groenewegen and F. Grundahl and M. Guarcello and B. Gustafsson and P. Hadrava and D. Hatzidimitriou and N. Hambly and P. Hammersley and C. Hansen and M. Haywood and U. Heber and U. Heiter and E. Held and A. Helmi and G. Hensler and A. Herrero and V. Hill and S. Hodgkin and N. Hu{\'e}lamo and A. Huxor and R. Ibata and R. Jackson and R. D. Jong and P. Jonker and S. Jordan and C. Jordi and A. Jorissen and D. Katz and D. Kawata and S. Keller and N. Kharchenko and R. Klement and A. Klutsch and J. Knude and A. Koch and O. Kochukhov and M. Kontizas and P. Koubsk{\'y} and R. Lallement and P. D. Laverny and F. V. Leeuwen and B. Lemasle and G. Lewis and K. Lind and H. Lindstr{\o}m and A. Lobel and J. Santiago and P. Lucas and H. Ludwig and T. Lueftinger and L. Magrini and J. M. Apell{\'a}niz and J. Maldonado and G. Marconi and A. Marino and C. Martayan and I. Martinez-Valpuesta and G. Matijevi{\vc} and R. McMahon and S. Messina and M. Meyer and A. Miglio and {\vS}. Mikolaitis and I. Minchev and D. Minniti and A. Moitinho and Y. Momany and L. Monaco and M. Montalto and M. F. G. Monteiro and R. Monier and D. Montes and A. Mora and E. Moraux and T. Morel and N. Mowlavi and A. Mucciarelli and U. Munari and R. Napiwotzki and N. Nardetto and T. Naylor and Y. Naz{\'e} and G. Nelemans and S. Okamoto and S. Ortolani and G. Pace and F. Palla and J. Palou{\vs} and R. Parker and J. Pe{\~n}arrubia and I. Pillitteri and G. Piotto and H. Posbic and L. Prisinzano and E. Puzeras and A. Quirrenbach and S. Ragaini and J. Read and M. Read and C. Reyl{\'e} and J. Ridder and N. Robichon and A. Robin and S. Roeser and D. Romano and F. Royer and G. Ruchti and A. Rů{\vz}i{\vc}ka and S. Ryan and N. Ryde and N. Santos and J. S. Forcada and L. S. Baro and L. Sbordone and E. Schilbach and S. Schmeja and O. Schnurr and R. Schoenrich and R. Scholz and G. Seabroke and Sanjib Sharma and G. D. Silva and M. Smith and E. Solano and R. Sordo and C. Soubiran and S. Sousa and A. Spagna and M. Steffen and M. Steinmetz and B. Stelzer and E. Stempels and H. Tabernero and G. Tautvai{\vs}ienė and F. Th{\'e}venin and J. Torra and M. Tosi and E. Tolstoy and C. Turon and M. Walker and J. Wambsganss and C. Worley and K. Venn and J. Vink and R. Wyse and S. Zaggia and W. Zeilinger and M. Zoccali and J. Zorec and D. Zucker and T. Zwitter},
  journal={The Messenger},
  year={2012},
  volume={147},
  pages={25-31}
}
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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