If you have used the GALAH DR3 data in your paper, please cite the following papers describing the instruments, survey, and data analysis as appropriate:
- The GALAH DR3 overview: Buder et al (2020). "The GALAH Survey: Data Release 3". Submitted to MNRAS.
- Description of the data reduction pipeline: Kos et al. (2017). "The GALAH survey: the data reduction pipeline". MNRAS, 464(2), 1259–1281
- Description of the radial velocity method used for about 80% of stars: Zwitter et al. (2020). "The GALAH+ Survey: A New Library of Observed Stellar Spectra Improves Radial Velocities and Reveals Motions within M67". Submitted to MNRAS.
- For stars from TESS-HERMES survey ('survey_name' = 'tess_hermes' ): Sharma et al. (2018), "The TESS-HERMES survey: Data Release 1"
- For stars from K2-HERMES survey ('survey_name' = 'k2_hermes' ): Sharma et al. (2020) in prep, "The K2-HERMES survey: Data Release 1".
- The motivation and planned execution of the GALAH survey, and first-light performance of HERMES: De Silva et al. (2015). "The GALAH survey: scientific motivation". MNRAS, 449(3), 2604–2617.
- HERMES description paper: Sheinis et al. (2015). "First light results from the High Efficiency and Resolution Multi-Element Spectrograph at the Anglo-Australian Telescope". Journal of Astronomical Telescopes, Instruments, and Systems, 1(3), 35002.
We also ask that you include the following acknowledgement in your works:
- This work made use of the Third Data Release of the GALAH Survey (Buder et al 2020). The GALAH Survey is based on data acquired through the Australian Astronomical Observatory, under programs: A/2013B/13 (The GALAH pilot survey); A/2014A/25, A/2015A/19, A2017A/18 (The GALAH survey phase 1); A2018A/18 (Open clusters with HERMES); A2019A/1 (Hierarchical star formation in Ori OB1); A2019A/15 (The GALAH survey phase 2); A/2015B/19, A/2016A/22, A/2016B/10, A/2017B/16, A/2018B/15 (The HERMES-TESS program); and A/2015A/3, A/2015B/1, A/2015B/19, A/2016A/22, A/2016B/12, A/2017A/14 (The HERMES K2-follow-up program). We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which the AAT stands, the Gamilaraay people, and pay our respects to elders past and present. This paper includes data that has been provided by AAO Data Central (datacentral.aao.gov.au).
The GALAH Survey relies on the work of the Gaia mission, so please consider including their acknowledgements:
- This work has made use of data from the European Space Agency (ESA) mission Gaia (https://www.cosmos.esa.int/gaia), processed by the Gaia Data Processing and Analysis Consortium (DPAC, https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/gaia/dpac/consortium). Funding for the DPAC has been provided by national institutions, in particular the institutions participating in the Gaia Multilateral Agreement.