The SAGA so far: Reading the history of the Galaxy with asteroseismology

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The SAGA so far : Reading the history of the Galaxy with asteroseismology. / Casagrande, Luca; Aguirre, Victor Silva; Serenelli, Aldo M.; Stello, Dennis; Feltzing, Sofia; Schlesinger, Katharine J.

I: EPJ Web of Conferences, Vol. 101, 03001, 23.09.2015.

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Casagrande, L., Aguirre, V. S., Serenelli, A. M., Stello, D., Feltzing, S., & Schlesinger, K. J. (2015). The SAGA so far: Reading the history of the Galaxy with asteroseismology. EPJ Web of Conferences, 101, [03001]. https://doi.org/10.1051/epjconf/201510103001

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Casagrande, Luca ; Aguirre, Victor Silva ; Serenelli, Aldo M. ; Stello, Dennis ; Feltzing, Sofia ; Schlesinger, Katharine J. / The SAGA so far : Reading the history of the Galaxy with asteroseismology. I: EPJ Web of Conferences. 2015 ; Vol. 101.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - The SAGA so far

T2 - Reading the history of the Galaxy with asteroseismology

AU - Casagrande, Luca

AU - Aguirre, Victor Silva

AU - Serenelli, Aldo M.

AU - Stello, Dennis

AU - Feltzing, Sofia

AU - Schlesinger, Katharine J.

PY - 2015/9/23

Y1 - 2015/9/23

N2 - Asteroseismology has the capability of delivering stellar properties which would otherwise be inaccessible, such as radii, masses and thus ages of stars. When this information is coupled with classical determinations of stellar parameters, such as metallicities, effective temperatures and angular diameters, powerful new diagnostics for stellar and Galactic studies can be obtained. The ongoing Strömgren survey for Asteroseismology and Galactic Archaeology (SAGA) is pursuing such a goal, by determining photometric stellar parameters for stars with seismic oscillations measured by the Kepler satellite. As the survey continues and expands in sample size, SAGA will provide an unprecedented opportunity to constrain theories of the evolution of the Milky Way disc.

AB - Asteroseismology has the capability of delivering stellar properties which would otherwise be inaccessible, such as radii, masses and thus ages of stars. When this information is coupled with classical determinations of stellar parameters, such as metallicities, effective temperatures and angular diameters, powerful new diagnostics for stellar and Galactic studies can be obtained. The ongoing Strömgren survey for Asteroseismology and Galactic Archaeology (SAGA) is pursuing such a goal, by determining photometric stellar parameters for stars with seismic oscillations measured by the Kepler satellite. As the survey continues and expands in sample size, SAGA will provide an unprecedented opportunity to constrain theories of the evolution of the Milky Way disc.

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U2 - 10.1051/epjconf/201510103001

DO - 10.1051/epjconf/201510103001

M3 - Article

AN - SCOPUS:84960171653

VL - 101

JO - EPJ Web of Conferences

JF - EPJ Web of Conferences

SN - 2100-014X

M1 - 03001

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