Milky Way Dwarf Galaxies: A Search for Stellar Substructure
The Milky Way and its satellite population provides the nearest laboratory for the study of galaxy formation and evolution. As a result, it is the subject of detailed analysis, in order to better understand both the formation history of our own galaxy, as well as galaxy formation in the cosmological context. The dwarf galaxy population is of particular interest due to its perceived high dark matter content inferred from velocity dispersion measurements, making...[Show more]
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