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Metallicity data

Anonymous 4 weeks ago updated by Archive Science Group 3 weeks ago 1

Hi,

first of all thank you very much for your awesome work.

I'm new to this data retrieval system and I feel kind of lost in front of it. I'm looking for metallicity data (in particular the [Fe/H] ratio) in the Milky Way bulge: how can I query the various databases for such data?

Thank you very much again!

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Dear user,

   many thanks for your question.

  We suggest you to explore our catalogue facility: https://www.eso.org/qi/ where the content of all catalogues currently in the ESO archive is described. Reading your question, it seems that you may be interested in GAIAESO and AMBRE (but please check thoroughly that this is indeed the case and if there are other surveys that may cover your scientific interest).

  To access the content of the catalogue and to download the corresponding data, we provide a variety of options. For instance for GAIAESO you can:

  • query the Archive Science Portal for GAIAESO here;
  • directly explore the different columns of the catalogue here;
  • have access the data programmatically here;
  • use the phase3 page dedicated to the collection here.

Please let us know if this satisfy your request and/or if you would like to have further assistance.

Best regards from the Archive Science Group!

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Dear user,

   many thanks for your question.

  We suggest you to explore our catalogue facility: https://www.eso.org/qi/ where the content of all catalogues currently in the ESO archive is described. Reading your question, it seems that you may be interested in GAIAESO and AMBRE (but please check thoroughly that this is indeed the case and if there are other surveys that may cover your scientific interest).

  To access the content of the catalogue and to download the corresponding data, we provide a variety of options. For instance for GAIAESO you can:

  • query the Archive Science Portal for GAIAESO here;
  • directly explore the different columns of the catalogue here;
  • have access the data programmatically here;
  • use the phase3 page dedicated to the collection here.

Please let us know if this satisfy your request and/or if you would like to have further assistance.

Best regards from the Archive Science Group!