volume 13, issue S334, P248-255 2017
DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317007438
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Abstract: Some highlights are given of the IAU Symposium 334, Rediscovering our Galaxy, held in Potsdam, in July 2017: from the first stars fossil records found in the halo, the carbonenhanced metal poor CEMP-no, to the cosmological simulations presenting possible scenarios for the Milky Way formation, passing through the chemo-dynamical models of the various components, thin and thick disks, box/peanut bulge, halo, etc. The domain is experiencing (or will be in the near future) huge improvements with precise and accur…

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