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Title: Stellar Archaeology with Gaia: The Galactic White Dwarf Population
Authors: Gaensicke, B.
Tremblay, P.-E.
Barstow, M.
Bono, G.
Burleigh, Matthew Roger
Casewell, S.
Dhillon, V.
Farihi, J.
Garcia-Berro, E.
Geier, S.
Gentile-Fusillo, N.
Hermes, J. J.
Hollands, M.
Istrate, A.
Jordan, S.
Knigge, C.
Manser, C.
Marsh, T.
Nelemans, G.
Pala, A.
Raddi, R.
Tauris, T.
Toloza, O.
Veras, D.
Werner, K.
Wilson, D.
First Published: Mar-2015
Presented at: 'Multi-Object Spectroscopy in the Next Decade' conference in La Palma, March 2015
Publisher: Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Citation: Multi-Object Spectroscopy in the Next Decade: Big Questions, Large Surveys, and Wide Fields, 2016, 507, pp. 159-164
Abstract: Gaia will identify several 1e5 white dwarfs, most of which will be in the solar neighborhood at distances of a few hundred parsecs. Ground-based optical follow-up spectroscopy of this sample of stellar remnants is essential to unlock the enormous scientific potential it holds for our understanding of stellar evolution, and the Galactic formation history of both stars and planets.
ISBN: 9781583818985
Links: http://www.aspbooks.org/a/volumes/article_details/?paper_id=37860
http://hdl.handle.net/2381/39861
Version: Post-print
Type: Conference Paper
Rights: Copyright © 2016, Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Deposited with reference to the publisher’s open access archiving policy.
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