The K2 Galactic Archaeology Program Data Release 3: Age-abundance Patterns in C1–C8 and C10–C18

@article{Zinn2021TheKG,
  title={The K2 Galactic Archaeology Program Data Release 3: Age-abundance Patterns in C1–C8 and C10–C18},
  author={Joel C. Zinn and Dennis Stello and Yvonne Elsworth and Rafael A. Garc'ia and Thomas Kallinger and Savita Mathur and Beno{\^i}t Mosser and Marc Hon and Lisa Bugnet and Caitlin D. Jones and Claudia Reyes and Sanjib Sharma and Ralph Sch{\"o}nrich and Jack T. Warfield and Rodrigo Luger and Andrew Vanderburg and Chiaki Kobayashi and Marc H. Pinsonneault and Jennifer A. Johnson and Daniel Huber and Sven Buder and Meridith Joyce and Joss Bland-Hawthorn and Luca Casagrande and Geraint F. Lewis and Andrea Miglio and Thomas Nordlander and Guy R. Davies and Gayandhi M. De Silva and William J. Chaplin and V{\'i}ctor Silva Aguirre},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={926}
}
We present the third and final data release of the K2 Galactic Archaeology Program (K2 GAP) for Campaigns C1–C8 and C10–C18. We provide asteroseismic radius and mass coefficients, κ R and κ M , for ∼19,000 red giant stars, which translate directly to radius and mass given a temperature. As such, K2 GAP DR3 represents the largest asteroseismic sample in the literature to date. K2 GAP DR3 stellar parameters are calibrated to be on an absolute parallactic scale based on Gaia DR2, with red giant… 

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