The GALAH Survey: using galactic archaeology to refine our knowledge of TESS target stars

Jake T. Clark*, Mathieu Clerté, Natalie R. Hinkel, Cayman T. Unterborn, Robert A. Wittenmyer, Jonathan Horner, Duncan J. Wright, Brad Carter, Timothy D. Morton, Lorenzo Spina, Martin Asplund, Sven Buder, Joss Bland-Hawthorn, Andy Casey, Gayandhi De Silva, Valentina D'Orazi, Ly Duong, Michael Hayden, Ken Freeman, Janez KosGeraint Lewis, Jane Lin, Karin Lind, Sarah Martell, Sanjib Sharma, Jeffrey Simpson, Dan Zucker, Tomaz Zwitter, Christopher G. Tinney, Yuan Sen Ting, Thomas Nordlander, Anish M. Amarsi

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