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Jose Gregorio Fernandez-Trincado

Unveiling the Milky Way through the Besancon galaxy model and large spectroscopic surveys (Gaia + Gaia-ESO + APOGEE + RAVE data)

lundi 27 février 2017, 10h30
séminaire annulé

Jose Gregorio FERNANDEZ-TRINCADO
doctorant à l’ Institut UTINAM

séminaire annulé

Résumé :

In this conference talk I will discuss the new approach of the Besancon galaxy model to the interpretation of large spectroscopic surveys, and its contribution to understand the kinematics properties of canonical components of the Milky Way on the context of formation and evolution. I will also present the more relevant findings (Fernandez-Trincado 2016a, Fernandez-Trincado 2016b in prep.) carried out by our group, through the powerful method of chemical tagging which provide unique imprint in chemical abundance space, combined with accuracy 6D phase space information from Gaia mission and dynamical models we are able to trace the trajectory of stars in order to understand what happened in the Milky Way at earlier epochs.

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Near-infrared spectrum observed by The Apache Point Observatory Galactic Evolution Experiment (APOGEE), one of four Sloan Digital Sky Survey-III (SDSS-III) experiments, and originally catalogued by 2MASS. Figure 1, a J-H-K color compositive taken from the SIMBAD skyserver.

Voir en ligne : GravPot16 : Gravitational Potential of the Milky Way