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EAGLE Spectroscopy of Resolved Stellar Populations Beyond the Local Group

  • Chris Evans (a1), Yanbin Yang (a2), Mathieu Puech (a2), Matthew Lehnert (a2), Michael Barker (a3), Annette Ferguson (a3), Jean-Gabriel Cuby (a4), Simon Morris (a5), Gérard Rousset (a6), François Assémat (a6) and Hector Flores (a2)...

Abstract

We give an overview of the science case for spectroscopy of resolved stellar populations beyond the Local Group with the European Extremely Large Telescope (E-ELT). In particular, we present science simulations undertaken as part of the EAGLE Phase A design study for a multi–integral-field-unit, near-infrared spectrograph. EAGLE will exploit the unprecedented primary aperture of the E-ELT to deliver AO-corrected spectroscopy across a large (38.5 arcmin2) field, truly revolutionising our view of stellar populations in the Local Volume.

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