4MOST Consortium Survey 3: Milky Way Disc and Bulge Low-Resolution Survey (4MIDABLE-LR)

Cristina Chiappini, Ivan Minchev, Else Starkenburg, Friedrich Anders, Nicola Gentile Fusillo, Ortwin Gerhard, Guillaume Guiglion, Arman Khalatyan, Georges Kordopatis, Bertrand Lemasle, Gal Matijevic, Anna Barbara de Andrade Queiroz, Axel Schwope, Matthias Steinmetz, Jesper Storm, Gregor Traven, Pier-Emmanuel Tremblay, Marica Valentini, Rene Andrae, Anke ArentsenMartin Asplund, Thomas Bensby, Maria Bergemann, Luca Casagrande, Ross Church, Gabriele Cescutti, Sofia Feltzing, Morgan Fouesneau, Eva K. Grebel, Mikhail Kovalev, Paul McMillan, Giacomo Monari, Jan Rybizki, Nils Ryde, Hans-Walter Rix, Nicholas Walton, Maosheng Xiang, Daniel Zucker, 4MIDABLE-Lr Team

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    The mechanisms of the formation and evolution of the Milky Way are encoded in the orbits, chemistry and ages of its stars. With the 4MOST MIlky way Disk And BuLgE Low-Resolution Survey (4MIDABLE-LR) we aim to study kinematic and chemical substructures in the Milky Way disc and bulge region with samples of unprecedented size out to larger distances and greater precision than conceivable with Gaia alone or any other ongoing or planned survey. Gaia gives us the unique opportunity for target selection based almost entirely on parallax and magnitude range, hence increasing the efficiency in sampling larger Milky Way volumes with well-defined and effective selection functions....
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)30-34
    Number of pages5
    JournalThe Messenger
    Publication statusPublished - Mar 2019


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