HAYDN -- High-precision AsteroseismologY of DeNse stellar fields

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HAYDN -- High-precision AsteroseismologY of DeNse stellar fields. / Miglio, Andrea; Girardi, Leo; Grundahl, Frank; Mosser, Benoit; Bastian, Nate; Bragaglia, Angela; Brogaard, Karsten; Buldgen, Gael; Chantereau, William; Chaplin, Bill; Chiappini, Cristina; Dupret, Marc-Antoine; Eggenberger, Patrick; Gieles, Mark; Izzard, Rob; Kawata, Daisuke; Karoff, Christoffer; Lagarde, Nadege; Mackereth, Ted; Magrin, Demetrio; Meynet, Georges; Michel, Eric; Montalban, Josefina; Nascimbeni, Valerio; Noels, Arlette; Piotto, Giampaolo; Ragazzoni, Roberto; Soszynski, Igor; Tolstoy, Eline; Toonen, Silvia; Triaud, Amaury; Vincenzo, Fiorenzo.

In: Experimental Astronomy, Vol. 2021, 26.03.2021, p. 1-39.

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Miglio, A, Girardi, L, Grundahl, F, Mosser, B, Bastian, N, Bragaglia, A, Brogaard, K, Buldgen, G, Chantereau, W, Chaplin, B, Chiappini, C, Dupret, M-A, Eggenberger, P, Gieles, M, Izzard, R, Kawata, D, Karoff, C, Lagarde, N, Mackereth, T, Magrin, D, Meynet, G, Michel, E, Montalban, J, Nascimbeni, V, Noels, A, Piotto, G, Ragazzoni, R, Soszynski, I, Tolstoy, E, Toonen, S, Triaud, A & Vincenzo, F 2021, 'HAYDN -- High-precision AsteroseismologY of DeNse stellar fields', Experimental Astronomy, vol. 2021, pp. 1-39. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10686-021-09711-1

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Miglio, A., Girardi, L., Grundahl, F., Mosser, B., Bastian, N., Bragaglia, A., Brogaard, K., Buldgen, G., Chantereau, W., Chaplin, B., Chiappini, C., Dupret, M-A., Eggenberger, P., Gieles, M., Izzard, R., Kawata, D., Karoff, C., Lagarde, N., Mackereth, T., ... Vincenzo, F. (2021). HAYDN -- High-precision AsteroseismologY of DeNse stellar fields. Experimental Astronomy, 2021, 1-39. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10686-021-09711-1

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Miglio A, Girardi L, Grundahl F, Mosser B, Bastian N, Bragaglia A et al. HAYDN -- High-precision AsteroseismologY of DeNse stellar fields. Experimental Astronomy. 2021 Mar 26;2021:1-39. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10686-021-09711-1

Author

Miglio, Andrea ; Girardi, Leo ; Grundahl, Frank ; Mosser, Benoit ; Bastian, Nate ; Bragaglia, Angela ; Brogaard, Karsten ; Buldgen, Gael ; Chantereau, William ; Chaplin, Bill ; Chiappini, Cristina ; Dupret, Marc-Antoine ; Eggenberger, Patrick ; Gieles, Mark ; Izzard, Rob ; Kawata, Daisuke ; Karoff, Christoffer ; Lagarde, Nadege ; Mackereth, Ted ; Magrin, Demetrio ; Meynet, Georges ; Michel, Eric ; Montalban, Josefina ; Nascimbeni, Valerio ; Noels, Arlette ; Piotto, Giampaolo ; Ragazzoni, Roberto ; Soszynski, Igor ; Tolstoy, Eline ; Toonen, Silvia ; Triaud, Amaury ; Vincenzo, Fiorenzo. / HAYDN -- High-precision AsteroseismologY of DeNse stellar fields. In: Experimental Astronomy. 2021 ; Vol. 2021. pp. 1-39.

Bibtex

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title = "HAYDN -- High-precision AsteroseismologY of DeNse stellar fields",
abstract = "In the last decade, the Kepler and CoRoT space-photometry missions have demonstrated the potential of asteroseismology as a novel, versatile and powerful tool to perform exquisite tests of stellar physics, and to enable precise and accurate characterisations of stellar properties, with impact on both exoplanetary and Galactic astrophysics. Based on our improved understanding of the strengths and limitations of such a tool, we argue for a new small/medium space mission dedicated to gathering high-precision, high-cadence, long photometric series in dense stellar fields. Such a mission will lead to breakthroughs in stellar astrophysics, especially in the metal poor regime, will elucidate the evolution and formation of open and globular clusters, and aid our understanding of the assembly history and chemodynamics of the Milky Way{\textquoteright}s bulge and a few nearby dwarf galaxies.",
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author = "Andrea Miglio and Leo Girardi and Frank Grundahl and Benoit Mosser and Nate Bastian and Angela Bragaglia and Karsten Brogaard and Gael Buldgen and William Chantereau and Bill Chaplin and Cristina Chiappini and Marc-Antoine Dupret and Patrick Eggenberger and Mark Gieles and Rob Izzard and Daisuke Kawata and Christoffer Karoff and Nadege Lagarde and Ted Mackereth and Demetrio Magrin and Georges Meynet and Eric Michel and Josefina Montalban and Valerio Nascimbeni and Arlette Noels and Giampaolo Piotto and Roberto Ragazzoni and Igor Soszynski and Eline Tolstoy and Silvia Toonen and Amaury Triaud and Fiorenzo Vincenzo",
note = "Acknowledgements: AM, JM and FV acknowledge support from the European Research Council Consolidator Grant funding scheme (project ASTEROCHRONOMETRY, G.A. n. 772293, http://www. asterochronometry.eu). AM, BM and LG are grateful to the International Space Science Institute (ISSI) for support provided to the asteroSTEP ISSI International Team. AM and WJC acknowledge the support of the UK Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC). GB is sponsored by the Swiss National Science Foundation (project number 200020 − 172505). WC acknowledges funding from the Swiss National Science Foundation under grant P400P2 183846. We thank G. R. Davies for providing the power spectra used in Fig. 1. N.L. acknowledges financial support from “Programme National de Physique Stellaire” (PNPS) of CNRS/INSU, France. CC acknowledges partial support from DFG Grant CH1188/2-1 and from the ChETEC COST Action (CA16117), supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology). White paper submitted in response to Voyage 2050 long-term plan in the ESA Science Programme, now published in Experimental Astronomy, see https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10686-021-09711-1",
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month = mar,
day = "26",
doi = "10.1007/s10686-021-09711-1",
language = "English",
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AU - Miglio, Andrea

AU - Girardi, Leo

AU - Grundahl, Frank

AU - Mosser, Benoit

AU - Bastian, Nate

AU - Bragaglia, Angela

AU - Brogaard, Karsten

AU - Buldgen, Gael

AU - Chantereau, William

AU - Chaplin, Bill

AU - Chiappini, Cristina

AU - Dupret, Marc-Antoine

AU - Eggenberger, Patrick

AU - Gieles, Mark

AU - Izzard, Rob

AU - Kawata, Daisuke

AU - Karoff, Christoffer

AU - Lagarde, Nadege

AU - Mackereth, Ted

AU - Magrin, Demetrio

AU - Meynet, Georges

AU - Michel, Eric

AU - Montalban, Josefina

AU - Nascimbeni, Valerio

AU - Noels, Arlette

AU - Piotto, Giampaolo

AU - Ragazzoni, Roberto

AU - Soszynski, Igor

AU - Tolstoy, Eline

AU - Toonen, Silvia

AU - Triaud, Amaury

AU - Vincenzo, Fiorenzo

N1 - Acknowledgements: AM, JM and FV acknowledge support from the European Research Council Consolidator Grant funding scheme (project ASTEROCHRONOMETRY, G.A. n. 772293, http://www. asterochronometry.eu). AM, BM and LG are grateful to the International Space Science Institute (ISSI) for support provided to the asteroSTEP ISSI International Team. AM and WJC acknowledge the support of the UK Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC). GB is sponsored by the Swiss National Science Foundation (project number 200020 − 172505). WC acknowledges funding from the Swiss National Science Foundation under grant P400P2 183846. We thank G. R. Davies for providing the power spectra used in Fig. 1. N.L. acknowledges financial support from “Programme National de Physique Stellaire” (PNPS) of CNRS/INSU, France. CC acknowledges partial support from DFG Grant CH1188/2-1 and from the ChETEC COST Action (CA16117), supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology). White paper submitted in response to Voyage 2050 long-term plan in the ESA Science Programme, now published in Experimental Astronomy, see https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10686-021-09711-1

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KW - astro-ph.GA

KW - Stars: low-mass

KW - Asteroseismology

KW - Galaxy: bulge

KW - Globular clusters

KW - Galaxies: dwarf

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